Flipping for the sake of flipping is not enough to move the dial of learning. In this co-authored blog between Peter DeWitt and John Hattie, they discuss the reason why true learning in school needs collaborative leadership.
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When presidents and leaders of developed countries talk about how their education system is doing in comparison to other systems around the world, they use PISA as the data for the discussion, but many educators know very little about PISA. What is PISA?
September 08, 2015
Within-school variability, when it comes to teachers expertise, is an issue in most schools. Here are a few ways that the flipped faculty meeting can help build teacher efficacy, and minimize the within-school variability.
May 03, 2015
Nowhere in the US is education more of a political hotbed than in NY State. The Senate is getting ready to hold meetings around Annual Professional Performance Review (APPR), but will the Governor listen?
April 20, 2015
The opt out movement is massive across the country, but are we open to learn what the movement is teaching us?
April 02, 2015
In NY State high stakes testing is quickly approaching and it seems that we have hit High Noon. On one side are those who want to opt out and on the other stands the state education department and funding.
March 25, 2015
In the 2nd in a series of guest posts by Larry Ainsworth, he helps teachers unlock the standards.
February 12, 2015
Data comes to us both "hard" and "soft," and both can help us improve learning and our school climates.
January 22, 2015
Educational reform means to make changes to make something better, and it's gotten a bad reputation over the years. It's time we change that.
January 16, 2015
Assessment literacy would do us all a bit of good...especially those leaders at the top.