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.
School systems implementing Next Education Workforce models bring together teams of educators with distributed expertise to deepen and personalize learning for students. They also empower educators by developing new opportunities […]
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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.
Dive deeper into one of the big ideas highlighted in the Elements of the Next Education Workforce: deeper and personalized learning. This brief asks three questions: “What does this element […]
Dive deeper into one of the big ideas highlighted in the Elements of the Next Education Workforce: specializations and advancement pathways. This brief asks three questions: “What does this element […]
Dive deeper into one of the big ideas highlighted in the Elements of the Next Education Workforce: teams of educators with distributed expertise. This brief asks three questions: “What does […]
The educator team at SPARK School at Kyrene de las Manitas co-plans project-based units that support deeper learning. The 10 tips appearing in this document are drawn from their approach […]
Clinical Assistant Professor and Senior Program Strategist Kelly Owen shares two pieces of advice for educators interested in adopting a team-based approach.
In an effort to help teams, schools or districts self-assess their readiness to embark on this sort of work, we created this document to capture a common set of conditions […]
This organizer breaks down aspects of how teachers experience their roles, starting with workday, collaboration, and duties. These aspects are the result of decisions about school system elements, or “levers.” This framing allows teachers and leaders to discuss how those decisions about school levers create aspects of the teacher experience that are enabling or constraining.
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.