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Do you think your approach to professional development works? Awesome. How do you know it's working? #MiragePD owl.li/RL4nW
One month after #MiragePD, it’s clear there’s still confusion about the challenges of teacher development. owl.li/RL3Vm
How did principal Sheila Harrity turn around a failing school? Rigor and support. #Voices4Ed hechingerreport.org/failing-high-s… pic.twitter.com/7LcmS8QoUx
Politics aside, teacher & public support for national standards remains strong. @BrookingsInst brookings.edu/blogs/brown-ce… pic.twitter.com/ELqKrkLmP3
While it’s been inspiring to see The Mirage garner attention in the last month, it’s also clear that there is still confusion about the challenges of teacher development.
Real improvement in our public schools is possible.
Capturing who we are and how we work.
Valuing the community's perspective of progress.
Let's get to the root of the problem.
Building sustainable change in large districts.
A classroom craftsman with a passion for improvement.
After The Mirage, what's next for TNTP?
Tough conversations about what we can all do better.
Introducing our new report on teacher development.
Passionate science instruction and transformative results.
The existing research on how teachers improve.
How one teacher earned the nickname "Ms. Sunshine."
Relying on engaging instruction to maintain classroom order.
Setting the bar high for employees pushes them to grow.
Can virtual coaching help support teachers?
What motivates a Fishman winner?
Reflecting on TNTP’s infancy and maturation.
What do the words "Common Core" really mean to parents?