By Felicia Darling
Author of Teachin’ It! Breakout Moves That Break Down Barriers for Community College Students
This article was originally published as an Innovation Abstracts, Volume XLII, No. 25, July Read More
By Janet Story Sauer and Zachary Rossetti, authors, Affirming Disability
During the last few months since the COVID-19 outbreak hit the United States, it has become Read More
By Dr. Ann M. Ishimaru, author, Just Schools
As I write this, over 50 million children are now at home with their families due to school Read More
Professional development should be done by teachers, not done to them. It works best when it comes from the inside out, not from the top down. This idea is not new, and it is well-supported in research. However, teachers’ professional development is often provided, rather than supported. Why is this?