All good teachers know that learning is how teaching gets better. It’s not about whether you’re in a union or not, whether you have tenure or not, what subject you teach, or what the grade level is; better teaching requires learning. All good teachers also know that better teaching is what improves student learning and student performance. Here’s the point: Teaching quality is multiplied by what teachers learn. And, when teaching quality is multiplied, student learning increases too! This blog is one source for teachers who value learning and spend time learning, not because their evaluations require them to do so or because of students’ standardized test scores, but because they are professionals. Welcome to an online extension of your professional learning community!


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