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School Design

Teacher Collaboration

Organize teachers and teams to maximize student and teacher learning.

What is the opportunity?

In a typical system, teachers work in isolation with minimal access to content-specific expert support. Teacher teams do not examine student work and other data consistently to improve instruction, and most professional learning happens outside the context of teachers' daily work.

With Strategic School Design, teacher collaboration is the engine for school improvement and the way to lighten teacher load. Teaching teams, led by instructional experts (often teacher leaders) meet regularly to plan and adjust instruction based on student data. Content-specific experts support team meetings, observe and coach teachers, and collaborate to improve their own effectiveness as coaches.

NEW GUIDE: Using ESSER Funds for Professional Learning & Collaboration for Teachers

Enabling professional learning and collaboration for educators creates the foundation to successfully and sustainably implement most other improvement strategies. This school year and beyond will be shaped by the capacity of educators. See how you can build capacity in your district. See how you can build capacity in your district with our new ESSER spending, staffing, and scheduling guide.




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