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Publications

E.g., 2018-09
Tools & Infographics

Engaging with Communities for Education Equity

Frank Adamson, Oakland Public Education Network (OPEN), Educators for Democratic Schools (EDS), other community-based organizations

Infographic author Frank Adamson writes that “Oakland has faced many educational challenges over the years from a variety of sources; this work both outlines the extent of the impact on the school system and identifies important information for community members as they seek to regain and retain control of education decision making in the district.”

Reports & Report Series

Advancing a New Focus on Teaching Quality: A Critical Synthesis

Elizabeth Leisy Stosich , Travis J. Bristol

Quality teaching depends on a wide array of personal and contextual factors. An emerging and s quality by examining how teachers’ abilities to influence student achievement change over the course of their career and how these changes are influenced by the context in which they work.

Reports & Report Series

SCOPE Study–Teachers’ Time: Collaborating for Teaching, Learning, and Leading

Jon Snyder, Soung Bae, Dion Burns

This study examined four U.S. schools—that organize and structure teacher time and work so that teachers are encouraged to collaborate with one another in their efforts to enrich teaching and learning:

Reports & Report Series

Teachers’ Time: Collaborating for Learning, Teaching, and Leading–Report & Brief

Jon D. Snyder, Soung Bae

Teachers’ Time: Collaborating for Learning, Teaching, and Leading​ are the report and research brief that are part of a larger study of four public schools across the United States that organized teacher time and work in innovative ways.

How Time Is Used to Support Teaching and Learning at The International High School at Laguardia Community College

Jacqueline Ancess

How Time Is Used to Support Teaching and Learning at The International High School at Laguardia Community College, looks at The International High School, Long Island City, New York, and how it organizes teacher time and work in innovative ways.

Reports & Report Series

Pagosa Springs Elementary School: A Study of Teachers’ Collaborative Use of Time

Mary Jo Reinhard

Pagosa Springs Elementary School: A Study of Teachers’ Collaborative Use of Time looks at the Pagosa Springs Elementary School located in the Town of Pagosa Springs, and how it organizes teacher time and work in innovative ways.

Reports & Report Series

“The Kids Benefit From It, So It’s Worth It”: Time for Teaching and Learning at SMASH

Dion Burns, Soung Bae, Jon D. Snyder

“The Kids Benefit From It, So It’s Worth It”: Time for Teaching and Learning at SMASH, looks at looks at the Santa Monica Alternative School House (SMASH) in the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District, and how it organizes teacher time and work in innovative ways.

Reports & Report Series

Focused on Learning: Student and Teacher Time in a Singapore School

Ee Ling Low, A. Lin Goodwin, Jon Snyder

In this study, we examine how one school within the Singapore system organizes and allocates student and teacher time within the school day and how that allocation and use of time contributes to the growth and development of students and the growth and development of teachers' capacity to support their students.

Books

Teaching, Learning and Living

Ann Lieberman

Ann Lieberman's new book reflects on how her career of inquiry into teachers and research has progressed and changed over the last fifty years.

Reports & Report Series

Lessons for Developing School and District Capacity to Transform Literacy Instruction: The Canterbury Learning Collaborative

Ann Jaquith

This retrospective study chronicles the progression of the Canterbury Learning Collaborative (CLC), a small group of educators who came together over a period of 10 years to learn with and from one another about how to strengthen their school leadership and teaching practices in order to improve student literacy.

Reports & Report Series

Redesigning State Policy for Meaningful and Equitable Learning: Lessons from California, Iowa, New Hampshire, and Vermont

Soung Bae, Elizabeth Leisy Stosich

How do differences in the policymaking process influence state policies and the implications for redesigning educational systems to achieve more meaningful and equitable learning opportunities for all children?

Reports & Report Series

It’s About Time: Organizing Schools for Teacher Collaboration and Learning

Soung Bae

It’s About Time: Organizing Schools for Teacher Collaboration and Learning, looks at Hillsdale High School, a large, comprehensive high school located in San Mateo, California, organizes teacher time and work in innovative ways.

Books

How to Create the Conditions for Learning

Ann Jaquith

SCOPE Associate Director, Ann Jaquith, PhD, presents a framework for how to understand and build instructional capacity, based on her original research in schools and districts and ideas drawn from the literature on resourcing and social learning.

Articles & Chapters

Educators - How are you managing multiple initiatives and shifting policies?

Elizabeth Leisy Stosich

SCOPE researcher looks at approaches to strengthening educator leadership.

Briefs

International Teacher Policy Study - Country Briefs

Linda Darling Hammond, Dion Burns, Carol Campbell, A. Lin Gooodwin, Karen Hammerness, Ee Ling Low, Ann McIntyre, Mistilina Sato, Kenneth Zeichner

Five policy briefs summarize the identified strategy components used in high-performing countries to ensure all students have high-quality professional teachers.

Briefs

International Teacher Policy Study - Policy Briefs

Linda Darling Hammond, Dion Burns, Carol Campbell, A. Lin Gooodwin, Karen Hammerness, Ee Ling Low, Ann McIntyre, Mistilina Sato, Kenneth Zeichner

Five policy briefs summarize the identified strategy components used in high-performing countries to ensure all students have high-quality professional teachers.

Books

Empowered Educators: How High-Performing Systems Shape Teaching Quality Around the World

Linda Darling-Hammond, Dion Burns, Carol Campbell, A. Lin Goodwin, Karen Hammerness, Ee-Ling Low, Ann McIntyre, Mistilina Sato, Ken Zeichner

An international comparative study of teacher and teaching quality in the world’s top-performing education systems. 

Articles & Chapters

How Do States Integrate Performance Assessments Into Their Systems of Assessment?

Elizabeth Leisy Stosich, Jon D. Snyder, Katherine L. Wilczak

The strategies that 12 states used to integrate performance assessment into state systems of assessment. 

 

Books

The Internal Coherence Framework: Creating the Conditions for Continuous Improvement in Schools

Michelle L. Forman, Elizabeth Leisy Stosich, Candice Bocala, Foreword by Richard F. Elmore

This book presents research-based practices for assessing and developing conditions that support student and adult learning in schools.

 

Articles & Chapters

Joint Inquiry: Teachers’ Collective Learning About the Common Core in High-Poverty Urban Schools

Elizabeth Leisy Stosich, Ira Lit

This article examines the nature of teachers’ collaborative work around common core standards and the conditions that support this work.

 

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