Two new studies on school management and teacher cadre management, released by Save the Children, have revealed interesting insights into how schools can be made better and how the quality of teachers needs to be treated as a serious issue.
Learning Forward is heading to Princeton, New Jersey! Join us Oct. 6-7 as we bring our experts to you for intensive learning and valuable networking. Transforming Professional Learning: Applying Proven Strategies and Tools to Elevate Educator Practice and Student Results Learning-focused...
Continuing education is a very important aspect of every teacher's career. Teachers that are lifelong learners and are engaged in developing their area of expertise are often better teachers while also setting an example that encourages...
Some education systems around the world have developed structured opportunities for teachers to move into leadership positions. In places like Ontario, Canada, and Singapore where teacher retention rates are over 90%, teachers have clear...
In Jim Knight's book, "Focus on Teaching: Using Video For High-Impact Instruction," he writes, "When we record ourselves doing our work, we see that reality is very different from what we think. As a result, we are often disappointed by what we see." Knight goes on to write,...
The end of summer marks the beginning of a new school year across the country. For returning teachers, it is often a time to start with a clean slate and a new outlook on the year ahead. For those who are new to the profession or new to their school or classroom assignment,...
At Wildwood IB World Magnet School, in Chicago, teacher collaboration fosters a supportive professional culture, lessens teacher conflict, and provides students with schoolwide best practices. Teachers share work products on a common drive. Preparation time is aligned by...
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