Andrew Wayne

Andrew Wayne, a managing researcher at AIR, is a researcher and policy expert on K-12 education. He leads projects to design, improve, scale, and test the impact of K-12 educational policies and programs, especially those focused on teachers and teaching. His current work is funded through grants from the U.S. Department of Education’s Educational Innovation and Research grants program and the Institute of Education Sciences. He recently completed an eight-district randomized-controlled trial on the impact of providing performance feedback to teachers and principals. He has published in such journals as Educational Leadership, Educational Researcher, and Review of Educational Research.

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Coaching with impact: Enacting partnership principles through the Jim Knight coaching model

By Jim Knight, Amy Musante, Andrew Wayne and Debbie Davidson-Gibbs | January 25, 2022

In this webinar, Jim Knight shares the partnership principles that form the foundation of his coaching model.

Partnerships for effective coaching series: My Teaching Partner-Secondary

By Andrew Wayne, Destiny Shantell Woodbury, Meg Ryan and Ed Heisig | October 5, 2021

This webinar focuses on sharing information on the partnership with Learning Forward, American Institute for Research (AIR), and Teachstone to bring an evidence-based coaching model to districts across the country.

My Teaching Partner: Proven strengths-based coaching model that raises student achievement and engagement

By Andrew Wayne, Meg Ryan, Betty Underwood and Destiny Shantell Woodbury | October 28, 2020

Learn about the elements that make MTP coaching unique: a focus on classroom interactions, a strengths-based approach to engaging teachers, and use of video clips as a focus for reflection. This webinar will feature an expert panel followed by an extended Q&A period to encourage robust discussion. The 90-minute format will ensure all your questions are answered.