Hope Required when Growing Roses in Concrete with Jeff Duncan Andrade
This professional development session is focused on developing educators that are better equipped to create educational environments that understand and respond to the social toxins that emerge from racism and poverty, through the context of a new technology for feedback delivery.
Learn about how TEN creates a dynamic teacher feedback loop by providing teachers direct and consistent feedback from their client and other key stakeholders. This tool organizes the research on excellence in urban teaching into three key domains of effective pedagogy and uses a five-step process to provide teachers access to a tool and a network that improves their classroom practice.
Duncan-Andrade draws from his 20 years as an urban educator to explore the concept of hope, as essential for nurturing urban youth. All urban educators are welcome!