Traditional investments in teacher learning have not consistently yielded results for students. Creating transformative schools and classrooms where all students develop agency and efficacy requires a new approach to how teachers help them learn and engage.
The Leadership Guide for K-12 Teacher Professional Learning is for leaders in classrooms, schools and school systems who want coherent, authentic, sustainable, and effective teacher learning aimed at improving outcomes for students.
This multipart guide provides practical guidance for leaders, whether they are making the case for transforming teacher learning in their setting, implementing a sustainable approach, or seeking support for scaling and extending effective practices.
This insights survey from the University of Washington Center for Educational Leadership captures the diverse viewpoints of teachers and leaders on their experiences with teacher professional learning efforts in their school systems.
This guidance brief from the University of Washington Center for Educational Leadership reflects our current thinking of teacher professional learning as being a key driver to creating transformative classrooms.
For myriad reasons, many schools and school districts benefit from engaging with an outside partner in their improvement efforts. This partnership prospectus describes how CEL can support your teacher professional learning initiatives.
What does transformative teacher professional learning look and sound like? This case example illustrates how a shift in beliefs is key to advancing access and equity for students.
This guidance brief from the University of Washington Center for Educational Leadership presents practical recommendations on how to structure ongoing, sustainable and effective professional learning.
(Coming Summer 2019)