Several times a week, for a 20-minute period, SPARK students engage in Student-Selected Mindfulness Time. In this clip, a fourth-grade SPARK student and an MLFTC teacher candidate describe the activities students engage in and how they make their choices.
As part of their preparation for a mock trial, students at SPARK School prepared interview questions for a community member who is an attorney. Hear from a teacher candidate about the value of having community members share their expertise with students.
Copper Trails principal Stacy E. Ellis explains how her role as a school administrator has shifted to becoming more of an instructional leader as her teams have adopted Next Education Workforce models.
Mountain View School kindergarten lead teacher Danielle Ashenbrener shares how her team, which includes MLFTC teacher candidates, built common planning times into their schedule and describes how they use this time.
Justin Wing, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources at Mesa Public Schools, shares three benefits of Next Education Workforce models — educator retention, educator leadership opportunities, and student learning.