Sharing New Ideas Has Two-Way Benefits

Sharing New Ideas Has Two-Way Benefits

Peer learning has a big impact on teaching: 99% of TPN teacher leaders see the benefit of sharing new ideas with other teachers to improve both their own and their colleagues’ practice.

 

Source: The Center for the Future of Teaching and Learning (2017) TPN Teacher Leader Survey, Spring 2017

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The Center for the Future of Teaching & Learning at WestEd advances teacher growth and innovation to improve student success, building a brighter future for all learners. At The Center we believe the key to unlocking student success is by growing teachers’ skill, knowledge and voice, creating the conditions for them to thrive, and amplifying their great work.

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