Resource collections

What is the Next Education Workforce? What does it look like in action? When is a school ready to transition to a new model?

Arizona State University’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College developed these resources to help teams, schools and districts answer those questions and build effective Next Education Workforce models.

What is the Next Education Workforce?

To build the Next Education Workforce, MLFTC works with schools and other partners to 1) provide all students with deeper and personalized learning by building teams of educators with distributed expertise, and 2) empower educators by developing new opportunities for role-based specialization and advancement. View the collection to learn more about the elements of Next Education Workforce models.

Teaming in a pandemic

Inspired by conversations with our partners, MLFTC created these resources to support schools as they explore teaming and deeper and personalized learning in a remote context. View the collection for recommendations for how teams might distribute expertise in a virtual environment, remote-friendly roles for teacher candidates and more.

Teams with teacher candidates

At our partner schools, MLFTC teacher candidates work as a part of a team of educators. We believe the approach, which replaces the prevalent one-teacher candidate, one-mentor model, has benefits for students, teacher candidates and educators. View the collection to learn more about our approach to this work.

Deeper and personalized learning

The transition to deeper and personalized learning for students is a journey. MLFTC created resources to help you on your way. View the collection to access our curated lists of reliable resources, recommended strategies and more.

Community educators

Community educators are adults from the community who bring additional capacity, insight, talent and expertise to learning environments, and they are a critical component of the Next Education Workforce. View the collection to learn about our approach to this work.

Elementary instructional blueprints

Elementary instructional blueprints suggest ways teams of educators with distributed expertise might deploy themselves to better deepen and personalize student learning. View the collection to explore how teams leverage industry experts to provide students with differentiated opportunities for practice and application and more.