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November 07, 2013

Standards Adoption vs. Adaptation: Consider the Costs and Benefits

As educators at the state level consider whether to adopt the existing Standards for Professional Learning or adapt them, Stephanie Hirsh offers these questions to avoid delaying the important work of changing practice so that student results improve.

October 29, 2013

New Workbook Offers Step-by-Step Guidance for Planning Transformational Professional Learning

In this era of major reforms in education, professional learning often falls short in transforming educator practice due to insufficient planning for professional learning.

October 25, 2013

The Missing Link in Teacher Evaluation

New forms of teacher evaluation are taking root throughout the country, but a new report from the Southern Regional Education Board unintentionally reveals the initiatives' serious limitations when it comes to transitioning teachers from objects of evaluation to engaged learners.

October 22, 2013

The Big Aha: Conditions for Effective Professional Learning

A recent discussion with the Standards Board Committee in Ohio led to a big "aha" moment linking the seven Standards for Professional Learning with the conditions necessary for effective professional learning.

October 11, 2013

All Educators Have a Role to Play in Emphasizing Impact

Practitioners have varying degrees of power or responsibility in determining the big picture for professional learning, but regardless of where they sit, all educators have a role to play in emphasizing impact. Here are some examples of how you can emphasize impact in your role.

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