MBE for Educational Equity

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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EdSurge: Using Neuroscience to Launch a Research-Informed School Schedule
St. Andrew’s teachers joined educators from around the country to take a deep dive into Mind, Brain, and Education Science (MBE) research at the CTTL’s Science of Teaching and School Leadership Academy in July 2019.

EdSurge: Using Neuroscience to Launch a Research-Informed School Schedule

This article by Glenn Whitman, Director of the CTTL, was originally published Feb. 20, 2019 in EdSurge. Check out an excerpt here, or visit EdSurge to read the article in…

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#CTTLACADEMY Reflection: Sophia Wills
Sophia Wills, a junior at St. Andrew’s Episcopal School in Potomac, Md., gives teachers and school leaders her student speed pitch July 22, 2019 at the Science of Teaching and School Leadership Academy.

#CTTLACADEMY Reflection: Sophia Wills

This past summer, more than 200 public, charter and private school teachers and leaders from 19 states and eight countries attended the third annual Science of Teaching and School Leadership…

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Build Your Students’ Learning Capacity With One High-Impact, Low-Cost Strategy
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Build Your Students’ Learning Capacity With One High-Impact, Low-Cost Strategy

At the CTTL, we’re focused on using the best of Mind, Brain, and Education Science research to help teachers maximize their effectiveness and guide students toward their greatest potential. Doing…

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