This district’s teachers model those characteristics and behaviors. They create dynamic classroom activities in which students sense the value of their own talents — as extensions of the society in which they are a significant part.
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67. Barriers Reviewed — Challenges Presented
The new learning infrastructure depends on districts with the courage to do the right thing. To take positive action in building programs that work best for students and their communities.
64. Team Building and the New Learning Infrastructure
Prior to COVID, up to 40 percent of new teachers left the profession within five years. The reasons they left varied widely.
63. Breaking Stereotypical Perspectives
They believe one way to improve performance is to encourage all teachers to be more like pedagogical stars. A pervasive belief that overlooks conditions in which no one has control.
34. Subject Area Mastery and Modifying Mindsets
The curiosity of young students is almost limitless. The challenge is to help them use observation and language to explore their expanding world, draw accurate conclusions, and describe what they learn.
19. Mastery and Relevance in the New Learning Infrastructure
One irrefutable statistic is that 77% of American teachers are women. No definitive research has been conducted about the social class in which most of them grow up.
12. Overcoming Feelings of Inadequacy Through the Pursuit of Quality Learning
Intuition teachers use to solve a student learning problem is psychologically intricate and emotionally sensitive.
2. A New Learning Infrastructure
Creating a new learning infrastructure will mean a dramatic change in the way we think about teachers and teaching, schools and districts.