Rethinking Early Education

August 2017
Vol. 38 No. 4

Rethinking early education: professional learning from pre-K to 2nd grade.

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FOCUS

 Teacher perceptions of professional learning

Corwin, Learning Forward, and the National Education Association recently released a report from their State of Professional Learning Survey. The report, based on responses from more than 6,300 educators, illuminates teachers’ perceptions of their professional learning experiences and how they align with Learning Forward’s Standards for Professional Learning. The survey featured Learning Forward’s Standards Assessment...

 Preschool is school

Early childhood educators need relevant, collaborative, and aligned learning.

 Teach, Watch, Learn

Early education program pairs college courses with video coaching.

 A Foundation Of Learning

D.C. program addresses achievement gap for 3- and 4-year-olds.

 Rethinking Early Education

Specialized professional learning is key to high-quality early education.

TOOLS

IDEAS

 Principal communities of practice inspire learning in Texas district

Communities of practice for principals find success in focusing on a shared problem of practice.

 Unlocking the secrets of agency in a teacher induction program

New Teacher Induction Program empowers educator-centered growth in Arlington, Texas.

RESEARCH

 Essentials

Research on principal support, teacher coaching, and early childhood education.

 Research Review

Research on teacher leadership shows promise but insufficient empirical evidence.

VOICES

David I. Steinberg

Voices

 What I've Learned

Tom Manning

Voices

 Ask

Elizabeth Foster

Voices

 Our Take

Stephanie Hirsh

Voices

 Call To Action

Shannon Bogle

Voices

 Member Spotlight

Eric Celeste

Voices

 Here We Go

Regen Fearon

Voices

 I Say

Scott Laurence

Voices

 Being Forward

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