A Note to Our Community of Educators and Partners

Being silent is not an option. Yes, we believe that there is injustice and inequity in this country—as it relates to education and more broadly as it relates to the systems and structures that hold people back for no reason other than who they are. Yes, this is not acceptable. This moment, though, is not…

Feeding Forward with Video for Teacher Professional Learning

This is a guest post authored by Amy Tepper and Patrick Flynn. Authors of Learner-Focused Feedback and Feedback to Feed Forward, Amy and Patrick draw on their own experience as classroom teachers and school district leaders. More info on their work and free resources can be found at Tepper and Flynn. We had to reimagine…

Resources for Teachers & Instructional Coaches – May 2020

Learning-from-home has become the new normal, and educators are starting to plan for this to continue to be the reality for the next academic year.    Now, more than ever, educators need professional development about how to plan for the next academic year in the distance learning format. Here are some resources and articles for…

3 Ways to Improve Digital Instruction During Coronavirus

As school systems nationwide remain closed and there is a feeling of uncertainty from Covid-19, simple interventions and strategies may be the most effective ways to support students. Many educators are feeling the burden of providing quality online instruction. It is a daunting responsibility to ensure that students do not fall irreparably behind during months-long…