BY T. KEUNG HUI UPDATED FEBRUARY 01, 2023 11:37 AM North Carolina leaders who want to change how teachers are paid released a new report Monday showing that teacher experience appears to have less influence on student learning than educator effectiveness. Student performance dropped across all groups in the 2020-21 school year, but the state […]
Meghan Lockwood To make an impact on learning, teacher data-inquiry teams need the right kinds of support. Top-performing education systems such as Japan, Singapore, and British Columbia use teacher-led collaborative inquiry cycles—in which small groups of teachers study and address a problem of practice—as the cornerstone of their professional development (Jensen et al., 2016). Driven […]
Steven Lamkin and Todd Nesloney Two principals share advice on cultivating teacher-led video reflection for professional growth. There is nothing worse than sitting through professional development that has nothing to do with what I’m doing in my classroom.” This sentiment, expressed by a 4th grade teacher in Maryland, is a valid and collectively shared lament […]
Michelle Bauml When teachers plan lessons together, the benefits are many. Long before Stephen Covey pointed out that effective people practice the habit of beginning with the end in mind, teachers were already in the know. When it comes to teaching effective lessons, we know that if you fail to plan, then you plan to […]
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