Search and download resources developed by Arizona State University’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College. These PDFs, videos, slides and more support teams, schools, districts and educators seeking to learn about or help build the Next Education Workforce.
What’s normal in education is broken. Nationally, teacher preparation programs have long seen declining enrollment. Teachers switch careers or retire early. They receive less pay and enjoy less social status […]
Hear from MLFTC Dean Carole Basile about why Next Education Workforce models are critically important, especially today.
Clinical Assistant Professor and Senior Program Strategist Kelly Owen shares two pieces of advice for educators interested in adopting a team-based approach.
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.
In this clip, MLFTC Resident Jordan Dick describes what she sees as the benefits of working on a team of educators with distributed expertise.
Clinical Assistant Professor and Senior Program Strategist Will Butler shares recommendations for creating healthy, stable and sustainable teams.
Hear from Stevenson Elementary School students about the school’s approach to student-centered learning, including student voice and choice in learning paths.
Mountain View School kindergarten lead teacher Danielle Ashenbrener describes how a team-based approach has helped her to get to know her students better and to target student learning to meet […]
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 […]
Principled Innovation emboldens us to be able to ask the question, “We can, but should we?” This video, created by MLFTC’s Principled Innovation Team, introduces Next Education Workforce models and […]