Neuroteach Global Pilot Access Program
Free Science of Learning Program for Teachers to help accelerate COVID-19 learning recovery
The CTTL is offering three online professional development micro-courses for cohorts of public school teachers free of charge. The goal is to help schools and districts accelerate learning recovery and address unfinished learning caused by the academic, social, and emotional impact of COVID-19. Elevating a teacher’s understanding of the Science of Learning enhances their ability to adapt, adjust, and accelerate learning for students as they work toward meeting defined outcomes.
The Neuroteach Global Pilot Access Program provides a professional learning experience for teachers informed by Mind, Brain, and Education Science (MBE). There is a wealth of research and strategies around how a student’s brain learns, changes, and thrives. These micro-courses support teachers in translating this research into specific classroom practices that elevate teacher effectiveness, student achievement, and the whole child’s school experience – whether in distance, hybrid, or in-person school settings. Neuroteach Global is designed to align with best practices and research on diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.
Through the Pilot Access Program, the CTTL provides cohorts of public school teachers with individual one-year licenses to a Neuroteach Global track (three micro-courses) at no cost.
The benefits to schools and teachers who participate in the program include:
- Ability to bring the most promising research and strategies in the Science of Learning to the school or district
- Flexibility in identifying and selecting a track that aligns best with your school’s overall learning and academic objectives, priorities, goals, or challenges
- Maintain the continuity of professional development conveniently and safely with this mobile-friendly online learning experience
- Ability to track learner progress and growth
- Asynchronous professional development that can be done anytime and anywhere
- Master teacher feedback on six research-to-classroom practice missions
- Connection to a global network of teachers for support and sharing classroom practices based on how the brain learns.
- Ability to earn 7.5 hours of certified professional learning experiences or a micro-credential that can be applied to state or district CEU requirements
Learn more about Neuroteach Global
The program is geared toward middle, high school, and community college teachers in public schools or districts in the United States. Schools or districts who want to participate agree to:
- Recruit 25-40 educators who can commit to completing one track (three micro-courses ~ 10 hours) in Neuroteach Global over a one-year period.
- Launch this professional learning experience with a 30-minute webinar
- Take a 10-minute NeuroEducation Confidence Diagnostic as a pre- and post-measurement of MBE research, strategies, and confidence to translate it to their classroom work with individual students.
- Collaborate with the CTTL team to review pre- and post- diagnostic reports and evaluate the impact on teachers and students.
- Conclude this professional learning experience with a reflective webinar on the experience.
The CTTL will support all pilot program participants by:
- Offering data-informed guidance on selecting courses based on personal, school, or district-wide goals and strategic initiatives
- Providing a free one-year license to course content for pilot participants
- Leading a free virtual workshop to launch participants into their Neuroteach Global micro-courses
- Providing consistent client support to keep participants on track to course completion
- One-on-one individual support and feedback from master teachers with credentials in MBE
- Delivering free resources and solutions created by The CTTL to further elevate teacher effectiveness
- Collecting analyzing and reporting on data for progress updates
- Support on communicating the school or district’s commitment to innovative, research-informed professionals to elevate student achievement and well-being
About Neuroteach Global
Neuroteach Global’s 12 micro-courses present research-informed strategies for mitigating learning loss and deepening learning over 7.5 hours of spaced practice for the adult learner. The research areas cover building metacognition and executive function skills; using formative assessments; multiple-modality instruction; interleaving and spaced practice for long-term memory consolidation; knowledge transfer; and prioritizing students’ social and emotional needs, and identity validation, to better engage them in the learning process among others.
To request additional information about the pilot program, or for a guided demo of Neuroteach Global, please complete this form and a member of our team will follow up with you. You can also email specific questions to Chavonne Primus, Director of Client Services and Operations, at firstname.lastname@example.org.