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.
In this clip, MLFTC Resident Jordan Dick describes what she sees as the benefits of working on a team of educators with distributed expertise.
Here, educators share how SPARK School leverages teams of educators with distributed expertise in combination with an innovative learning space in order to deepen and personalize student learning.
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 […]
SPARK School at Kyrene de las Manitas has shifted from teacher-owned conferences to a student-led approach. This change supports the educator team’s goal of creating a student-centered learning environment in […]
In an effort to shift the ownership of learning from educator to student, SPARK School at Kyrene de las Manitas has implemented a system for students to reflect on their […]
Here, MLFTC Resident Jordan Dick describes three benefits of teaming for Teacher Candidates placed in Next Education Workforce models.