Clyburn, Graham Share Action Research Journeys at ACTFL

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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St. Andrew’s and the CTTL Awarded Second EE Ford Leadership Grant

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School and the Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning (CTTL) have been awarded a $250,000 EE Ford Educational Leadership Grant, becoming the first school to ever receive…

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Read more about the article 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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Read more about the article #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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Presenting as a Way to Grow as Educators

Clyburn said she wanted to give this talk to start a dialogue among foreign language teachers on “how we can be better teachers if we better understand how the brain works.”

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