Teachers Teaching Teachers, September 2010, Vol. 6, No. 1
Collective responsibility makes all teachers the best
By Stephanie Hirsh
Explore how a deeper understanding and commitment to collective responsibility for student success can prepare a school to answer parents' concerns about teacher quality while enlisting parental advocates for collaborative professional learning.
Tools: Explore collective responsibility with others
Engage a team of educators in a discussion about your school's commitment to collective responsibility and aspirations for the future.
Teachers leading: NSDC is Learning Forward
By Joellen Killion
Changing our name from NSDC to Learning Forward provides an opportunity to reflect on the meaning of names -- for both Learning Forward and those in teacher leader roles. Consider several actions that encourage educators to examine and recommit to teacher leadership.
A coach's dilemma: The clang of dissonance can signal a paradigm shift
By Valerie von Frank
Tony Winger is a social studies teacher and instructional coach in Littleton, Colo. Read how he uses cognitive dissonance to get teachers to reconceptualize established frameworks and embrace differentiation so all students can achieve.