The key to any improvement effort is being able to stay focused on the goal, and maintaining that focus requires clear, consistent communication.


New technology innovations have the power to provide educators with the information, resources, and feedback they need to improve their practice and face their greatest challenges.


How three subsystems interact to influence teacher learning.


The goals we want for students must be considered in the learning designs we create for adults.


In this era of educator effectiveness, schools and school systems must pay attention to the evaluation of leaders, as well as to their professional learning.


The Standards for Professional Learning should guide the evaluation of technology tools claiming to improve teaching effectiveness.


A good conference provides a learning experience that continues long after you return home.


We need better teacher evaluation systems, but they are not the panacea for challenges in our classroom.


We must enact policies that ensure deep learning continues even after individual teachers leave the profession.


Technology has the power to expand collaboration that's focused on richer learning for educators and students.


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