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Faculty members reflect on the process of changing coursework to help future teachers better understand the science of learning.
When faculty collaborate, they create better experiences for teacher-candidates.
It can be lonely as leaders move up the ranks. For Dr. Trent Gould, becoming an Impact Academy fellow provided a rare opportunity to connect.
At the University of Missouri—St. Louis, faculty are using learning science to connect coursework to clinical experiences, creating a more cohesive experience for future teachers.
Usually, coaches are the experts dispensing strategy and advice. But sometimes, they need someone in their corner too.
What will it take to provide high-impact tutoring to more than a million students in Texas?
Educator-preparation programs have a critical role to play in ensuring that novice educators can identify and internalize HQIM to support equitable student learning.
The visionary leader is strategizing how to empower faculty and staff to make equity-minded changes to courses in the school of education at the University of St. Thomas.
Effortful-thinking questions are like scuba-diving gear for learners. They provide the means by which to “dive deep” on a new concept or idea.
After participating in coursework centered on learning science, these teacher-candidates have changed their approach to instructional decision-making.