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Our mission is to dramatically improve teaching through the study of exceptional teachers. By sharing what we learn, we aim to help schools create classrooms that are radically better for children, especially in communities where systemic inequities and discrimination have left students with limited access to a high quality education.

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An Excerpt from Reconnect: Building School Culture for Meaning Purpose and Belonging

As many of you know I’ve got a new book out, co-written with Denarius Frazier, Hilary Lewis, and Darryl Williams.  It’s called Reconnect: Building School Culture for Meaning Purpose and Belonging and it’s a book about where we are now as schools and what to do about it. The theme, you could argue, is belonging: what…

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A Group of Cognitive Scientists and Teachers Go To A Wine Tasting And….

  It sounds like the first line of a joke: “A group of cognitive scientists go to a wine tasting…” but it actually happened. The punch line “and then they end up having a discussion about the role of knowledge in perception and learning” isn’t ideal from a humor POV but from a teaching POV it…

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The “Radical” Coaching Approach of Christian Lavers

Recently I attended a coaching symposium (thanks to Tim Bradbury and ENYYSA) where Christian Lavers delivered a “radical” session for players on the principles of defending. I use the word radical because it was, IMHO, radically good–probably the best coaching session that I can remember seeing for youth athletes from a teaching point of view—but also,…

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