The Teaching Trust Alumni Network’s two-day Get Better Faster training, featuring national education thought-leader Paul Bambrick-Santoyo, was widely successful in equipping educators with tools to accelerate new teachers’ effectiveness in the classroom. The training brought together 450+ educators, hailing from over 130 schools across 8 districts/charter networks throughout the state, who are now better equipped to train teachers and accelerate their impact.
The goals of the Teaching Trust sponsored training were to teach school leaders and instructional coaches how to effectively observe new teachers and provide in the moment-feedback to strengthen their instructional competence.
The ability to connect over 450 educators who are working to boost student achievement illustrates the Teaching Trust Alumni Network’s focus on collaboration, peer-to-peer learning, and sharing best practices.
This was the most recent opportunity for Texas educators to experience Bambrick-Santoyo's training. Teaching Trust has partnered with Bambrick-Santoyo since our inception and are proud that Teaching Trust leaders were featured in his most recent book and that he wanted to host this new training here in DFW.
Bambrick-Santoyo reflected, “I can count on one hand the number of high-quality programs making a difference in educational leadership—Teaching Trust is one of three programs in this country doing this level of work. That is why I keep coming back.”
The Teaching Trust Alumni Network plans to facilitate more opportunities for hundreds of North Texas educators to collaborate and learn together this year, including the second annual Leading to Impact Summit on February 4th, school visits, and the Reaching Rigor professional development series.