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In @j_stocklin English classroom, student to student feedback is a daily habit. How did she get there? #FishmanPrize owl.li/T4Qqf
Brooklyn teacher uses Google Docs to hack the writing process. @GoogleForEdu #FishmanPrize tntp.org/publications/v… pic.twitter.com/jzbeFBAXoL
The value of home visits: students are less likely to miss school, more likely to read at grade level. @FlamboyanDC owl.li/T5exr
Here's how one #FishmanPrize finalist motivated her English students to take ownership over their words & voices. owl.li/T4NEG
Encouraging academic ownership in the classroom helped one Fishman Prize finalist give students a sense of responsibility over their writing.
Arne Duncan's efforts will have a lasting impact.
A response to a recent critique of The Mirage.
Giving students center stage in the classroom.
Starting school fully staffed in San Francisco.
Few people bother to ask this simple question.
What do alternative classroom environments look like?
The benefits of remaining grounded to schools.
True improvement is hard and requires honest reflection.
The advantages of a collaborative staffing process.
The mirage of teacher improvement remains hazy.
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.