When a child enrolls at Jefferson Elementary, they are assigned to a community circle composed of at least one child from each grade level. Explore this resource to learn more about the program and its impact on learning for students and for staff.
Two to four times per week, Skyline High School teacher academy students assume the role of community educator at their feeder school, Stevenson Elementary.
To gain an understanding of a variety of medical conditions and how they affect the people who face them, the 4–6 grade teaching team assembled ten community educators to participate in interviews with their students.
How Paulo Freire’s team of educators grouped and regrouped 68 middle school students over the course of a day.
At Kyrene de las Manitas, teams of educators incorporate dynamic student groupings into a shared roster of students.
Explore some of the ways an educator team grouped and regrouped 100 students over the course of a single day.
These five tips will help community educators prepare and feel ready to enter any learning space, have a successful experience and make lasting, meaningful connections with learners. This resource expands on helpful tips around translating industry expertise, managing the learning space, working with students during the visit and more.
Educators in Next Education Workforce models are more satisfied, collaborate more and believe they have better teacher-student interactions than educators in traditional staffing models.
Explore how educator teams use cloud-based spreadsheets to fluidly and transparently group students by interest and skill.