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Ariel Sacks

November 18, 2015

The Intersection of Teacher Teams, Professional Learning, and Teacher Retention


I argued that our solution to the problem of missing homework was a demonstration of how teacher-created policies work better for teachers and students than top-down ones do. Looking back, I also recognize this as an example of the kind of professional learning that happens when teachers have time, support, and enough autonomy to work together in teams.

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Bill Ferriter

November 10, 2015

Five Thinkers Every New Teacher Should Follow


Months ago, a good friend named Jen Hasler-Troutman asked me to whip up a list of folks that I think all new teachers should follow -- either in Twitter or on their blogs.  She's a mentor this year and wanted to give her mentees a starting point for swimming in the digital soup.  I FINALLY got a few spare minutes to put that list together for Jen and thought you might like seeing it, too.

Five Thinkers Every New Teacher Should Follow:

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Jessica Cuthbertson

November 9, 2015

Lights, Camera, Action, Reflection: Using Video to Transform Your Teaching


Want to take your practice and PLC to the next level? Swallow your fears, get over that initial dismay when you hear how your voice really sounds to your students, and let the camera roll.


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Renee Moore

November 9, 2015

Is Professional Development for Teachers a Waste of Time (and Money)?


For the next two weeks, bloggers here in the CTQ Collaboratory will explore the theme: How Do Teachers [Really] Learn? We invite you all to join us with your thoughts and questions here on the blogs or on social media at #Love2Learn.

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