Learning from Great Teachers

By Education Next 02/15/2011

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Doug Lemov, author of Teach Like a Champion, and Steven Farr, author of Teaching as Leadership, talk with Education Next about their efforts to identify what great teachers are doing in the classroom and to share these techniques with new teachers.

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A transcript of the interview is available here.

For a review of Doug Lemov’s Teach Like a Champion, please see “Tools for Teachers” by Robert Pondiscio.
For a review of Steven Farr’s Teaching as Leadership, please see “Relentless Relentlessness” by Robert Pondiscio.

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  • Donna says:

    I appreciate the premise of your action. Many teachers are tired of hearing “new” strategies. We know what we have been doing and we know what works! If we build the capacity of the teachers who are already in the classroom and use them as a resource then we will get more collaboration

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