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Anthony Armstrong

anthony.armstrong@learningforward.org

Anthony Armstrong is senior vice president, marketing & communications at Learning Forward. He advances Learning Forward’s vision and mission through his work on marketing, website, and outgoing communications. His background is grounded in writing, literature, and design. Anthony previously served as editor-in-chief for The Nurses Lounge magazine and taught for several years at local colleges in Dallas, Texas. He has a bachelor’s degree in Literary Studies and a master’s degree in Arts and Humanities from the University of Texas at Dallas. A native of Texas, he is passionate about using Learning Forward’s global reach to bring meaningful impact to educators and students around the world.

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Tool: Word-for-word record 2: How do the students respond?

By Anthony Armstrong | June 1, 2011

Use this tool concurrently with Word-for-word record 1: What questions does the teacher ask?

Tool: Word-for-word record 1: What does the teacher ask?

By Anthony Armstrong | June 1, 2011

Examine the types of questions teachers can ask and how they affect student engagement and learning with parts one and two of this tool.

Tool: Preparing for the research lesson

By Anthony Armstrong | June 1, 2011

Plan every detail of a lesson for lesson study observation, including teacher actions, intended and unintended student behaviors, teacher interventions, etc. for group lesson study observations.

Lesson study puts a collaborative lens on student learning

By Anthony Armstrong | June 1, 2011

Lesson study puts a collaborative lens on student learning.

This newsletter was made possible with the generous support of MetLife Foundation. All articles available to the public.

Not just another test: Common Core Standards assessments bring uncommon opportunity

By Anthony Armstrong | May 1, 2011

This newsletter was made possible with the generous support of MetLife Foundation. All articles are available to the public.

The new catalog: An evolution of professional development

By Anthony Armstrong | February 1, 2011

The new catalog: An evolution of professional development