POTOMAC, M.D. (Jan. 21, 2021) – The Center for Transformative Teaching & Learning (CTTL) is proud to announce that Far Hills Country Day School is the first PK-8 school in the United States to become Level I credentialed by The CTTL in Mind, Brain, and Education Science through completion of all 12 Neuroteach Global micro-courses.
Neuroteach Global is The CTTL’s web-based, self-paced professional learning platform that helps educators bring the science of learning into their classrooms. Its 12 micro-courses are centered on creating effective learning environments, curriculum design, pedagogy and assessment tools, and student success and well-being, all through a research-informed lens.
The investment of Far Hills Country Day School’s leadership and faculty in integrating Mind, Brain, and Education Science in their professional development, and the inclusion of research-informed teaching practices, began several years ago. This accomplishment demonstrates their ongoing commitment to understanding how the student’s brain learns and, with that knowledge, to help their students realize their full potential.
Next week, Far Hills will share their student success stories at an NJAIS Workshop. Click here to learn more about the session and register.
Click here to read the press release from Far Hills.
We are excited about our continued relationship with the educators and leadership at Far Hills, and look forward to celebrating many more milestones with them.
The Center for Transformative Teaching & Learning (CTTL) is the leading pre-collegiate, school-based research center in the United States designing and delivering Mind Brain Education (MBE) science research-informed professional development programming around the world. Founded in 2011, it serves teachers and school leaders in public, charter, international, and private schools, as well as Teach for America (DC Region). To support its work as an MBE translational hub, the CTTL has existing collaborations with faculty from Stanford University School of Education, the Science of Learning Institute at Johns Hopkins, the Department of Psychology and Brain Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis, and Harvard’s Graduate School of Education. Through conferences, presentations, and professional development workshops, the CTTL has presented to, collaborated with, trained and shared its resources with over 30,000 teachers and school leaders.
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