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 […]
Jim Knight Why educators frequently turn away from opportunities to learn, and what we can do about it. Who dares to teach must never cease to learn. —John Cotton Dana The world is rich with learning opportunities, especially for educators. Teachers can learn from video recordings of their lessons, instructional coaching, conversations with their principals […]
Hilary Dack and Carol Ann Tomlinson These four steps can help teachers become more aware of the cultures within their classrooms so they can help all learners succeed. A speech-language pathologist who was conducting research in an Inuit school in Canada asked the principal, who was not Inuit, to give her the names of students […]
Sarah E. Fiarman Deep-rooted biases hinder our best intentions. Learn how to recognize and address them. An experience as a teacher one year brought me up short and taught me an important lesson. When I complained about a few students having frequent side conversations during lessons in my class, a black colleague pointed out that […]
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