The transformative professional learning design that advances equity in your school!
How do we make educational equity a reality, lesson by lesson? This compelling book is a call to action, focused on observation-based professional learning to elevate teaching practice.
Learn how to bring team observation into the classroom to test, refine and transform instruction so that students of all backgrounds achieve. Ideal for classroom teachers, grade-level team facilitators, department chairs, and all education leaders, this guide shows how to:
- Create a culture of deep collaboration that closes opportunity gaps among students
- Effectively redesign instruction to reach culturally and linguistically diverse learners, using observation data and shared best practices
- Center instructional conversations on developing students’ skills for college and career success, including hard-to-assess skills
Including video clips of actual teams, Tonya Ward Singer’s powerful and practical book promises to become a catalyst that will inspire educators as leaders of positive change.
"This exceptionally valuable book provides a clear process I can use to engage with my colleagues around learning. I appreciated the ideas and practical information that will ensure that my professional learning group focuses on student learning as evidenced in real lessons. The tools that Tonya Singer provides are useful and relevant, not to mention tried and true.”
—Douglas Fisher, Professor
San Diego State University, CA
“I recommend this book without hesitation. . . Gone are the days for teachers to be working ‘behind closed doors’ . . . Go forth and TEACH like the world works––collaboratively with teams!”
—Harriet Gould, Adjunct Professor
Concordia University, Lincoln, NE