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By 11/02/2017 9:22 AM EDT
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New advice on building a culture of feedback and making it meaningful for teachers
By Matt Weber 06/01/2016 3:33 PM EDT
How To Give Good Feedback
How can those in education deliver feedback in a constructive way?
By Matt Weber, Bari Walsh 04/28/2016 11:01 AM EDT
 The Principal Challenge
Taking a closer look at an iconic profession — and what it takes to succeed.
By Leah Shafer 01/04/2016 2:26 PM EST
Should I Be Worried?
The deceptive nature of proficiency as a measure of student progress — and how to fix the funhouse mirror
By Jill Anderson 12/09/2015 11:47 AM EST
Tom Tomberlin
First as a Strategic Data Project fellow, then as a mentor, Tom Tomberlin, Ed.M.’06, Ed.D.’14, mines data to help school districts improve.
By Leah Shafer 10/22/2015 3:27 PM EDT
Pause and Reflect
New video tools to enhance teachers’ powers of self-reflection.
By Jill Anderson 10/15/2015 2:04 PM EDT
Ivy
The five-year award will support a research partnership between the Tennessee Department of Education (TDOE) and researchers at Brown University, Vanderbilt University, and Harvard Graduate School of Education.
By Leah Shafer 10/07/2015 3:04 PM EDT
A Toolkit for Video in the Classroom
How classroom-based, teacher-controlled video can improve the observation process.
By News editor 03/09/2015 4:23 PM EDT
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Four points on what works, and what doesn’t, in evaluating education policy.
By Bari Walsh 12/10/2014 10:11 AM EST
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Can teacher-controlled video cameras transform the classroom observation process?

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