How do you solve big problems in education in a way that honors the knowledge and expertise of educators in a methodologically rigorous way? How can what’s working in individual classrooms and schools be used to address problems on a larger scale? Educator Networks, or Networked Improvement Communities, are groups of educators who assemble to focus on a high-leverage problem. By starting very small and working in ever larger groups to develop hypotheses, test, monitor, learn, and revise, large-scale improvements become possible.
In Core Education’s most recent issue brief, we explore research, commentary, and resources related to educator networks. You can read the issue brief here: http://us5.campaign-archive1.com/?u=a4ae2b1b129b9f8a29d50b80f&id=08be64cc22&e=60969abf82
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