The Mind, Brain, and Education (MBE) research-informed principles and whole-child approach that have guided the CTTL’s work up until this point feel simultaneously more important than ever — and not yet enough. It is a time to reflect on the truth of what we already know, and examine where we, as teachers, leaders, and supporters of learning communities, need to do better to create change for equitable learning and school experiences.
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The Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning emphasizes applying Mind, Brain, and Education Science principles as a journey for teachers. The same goes for developing, conducting, and evaluating an action…
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