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Follow the Questions: When Teacher Research Becomes School Culture

2021_PD_OnDemand_Blog_KeeneS1What happens when an entire school embraces not knowing as part of their culture—and evaluation system? In this clip from Follow the Questions: Using Action Research to Make Meaningful Change by Ellin Keene, we have a chance to hear from Cohort 1 Heinemann Fellow Sascha Robinett and teachers Hortensia Toledo and Modesta Urbina at PUC Milagro Charter School in Los Angeles, California. 

 

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Topics: Ellin Keene, Heinemann Fellows, On-Demand Courses, Sascha Robinett, Professional Development

Date Published: 07/28/21

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