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.
Brent Maddin talks with Dr. Nicole Thompson, Division Director of Teacher Preparation at Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, about equity, paid teacher candidate residency models, and Principled Innovation. 0:59: Nicole […]
This collection of implementation briefs is a companion piece to Teacher Preparation and the Next Education Workforce (Thompson et al., 2020) and goes deeper into several facets of the initial […]
Teaching in online and hybrid settings presents both new challenges and new opportunities for distributing expertise across educator teams. Community educators, teacher candidates, paraprofessionals, and existing non-instructional staff may be […]
In this resource, you’ll find several recommendations for how all-remote teams might deploy their educators to best meet the needs of students.
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 […]
The second-grade team at Copper Trails School in Goodyear, Arizona, comprises one lead teacher, one certified teacher, and three teacher candidates. Together, they support 75 students total across two learning […]
This white paper describes how a new teacher-preparation residency program piloted by Arizona State University’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College with two Arizona school districts addressed the workforce design problem […]
In this clip, Washington Elementary School District Director of Human Resources Justin Wing shares two pieces of budgetary advice for districts considering moving to Next Education Workforce models.
Here, Kelly Owen, Clinical Assistant Professor and Senior Program Strategist, describes the impact of Next Education Workforce models on Lead Teachers, Teacher Candidates and students.
Here, MLFTC Resident Jordan Dick describes three benefits of teaming for Teacher Candidates placed in Next Education Workforce models.
Westwood High School addressed unmet needs by partnering with MLFTC to deploy teacher candidates in new ways. In this document, you’ll get an overview of MLFTC’s approach to teacher candidate […]