As the Staff Developer for a district focused on implementing high effect size instructional strategies we created an effective Learning Targets rubric to help teachers self-assess! We follow the work of John Hattie, and knew that the most effective practice was student co-creation of the rubrics and targets, but we weren't sure what that even looked like. During a classroom visit, I saw a teacher actually co-creating the Learning Target with students and a lightbulb went off in my head, "THAT's what it looks like!" So, I asked if we might videotape her routine so that other teachers might see it as an exemplar. She agreed. We created it. Our public relations manager assisted in formatting it and publishing it. Then, I was able to use it to train at the next training session. The response? Teachers were immediately trying it the very next day, and sharing their attempts! The video example gave them just what they needed, from a colleague right in their district, and made it feel very "do-able"!