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Archived Webinar

Using Additional Teacher Collaboration Time to Improve Student Achievement

Recorded on May 26, 2011

Would you like to know more about using additional teacher collaboration time effectively to improve instruction and accelerate student achievement?

In this archived webinar, Ben Lummis, Vice President for the National Center on Time & Learning (NCTL), and Sarah Gallagher, Program Associate at NCTL, share how more time can be best used to improve teacher collaboration and professional development.

The webinar explores the essential components of productive teacher time through examples of effective practices at both elementary and high schools.

The key principles for effectively expanding learning time are highlighted:

  • Add significantly more learning time for all students
  • Make every minute count
  • Capitalize on increased learning time by using data to individualize instruction and provide tiered support
  • Provide more time with quality teaching when allocating resources

This is the 4th webinar in a series covering Expanded Learning Time.

Webinar Presenter(s):

Ben Lummis Ben Lummis Vice President, National Center on Time & Learning
Sarah Gallagher Sarah Gallagher Program Associate, Vice President for the National Center on Time & Learning

Materials from the Webinar