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This policy brief, developed by Audrey Lucero through the SERN Midcareer Fellows Program, discusses the support that educators will need as new ethnic studies standards are implemented in Oregon K-12 schools.
This policy brief, developed by Elan C. Hope through the SERN Midcareer Fellows Program, describes the need to diversify the North Carolina educator workforce and the opportunity to create pathways into education careers for students who may otherwise leave college without a degree.
This policy brief, developed by Tehia Starker Glass through the SERN Midcareer Fellows Program, explains the need to increase teachers' racial literacy and the opportunity to set a standard for both pre-service and in-service teachers by integrating racial literacy criteria into the North Carolina Teacher Evaluation Rubric.
This professional learning presentation provides a high-level overview of the research on belonging-supportive learning environments; includes examples of what belonging-supportive learning environments look like in practice; and connects participants with existing resources for applying insights from the research. The presentation is customizable and is designed to be relevant for a range of audiences in K-12 education in the United States, including teachers, school and district leaders, teacher educators, and intermediary organization staff. The presentation contains up to three hours of presentation and activity time.
This interpretive summary by Nicole Williams brings together insights from 10 early career scholars, two faculty contributors, and a network of senior scholars who served as mentors in the Inclusive Mathematics Environments Early Career Fellowship. Research insights are mapped onto the Building Equitable Learning Environments (BELE) framework and levers for systems change are suggested. The summary identifies new possibilities for deﬁning, recognizing, and eliciting success in mathematics environments.
This research report summarizes results from interviews and focus groups conducted by Student Experience Research Network with teacher preparation stakeholders who are integrating research on the social psychology of motivation into the training of pre-service educators. Across four key areas of insight, the report describes how this research is currently being integrated into programs and identifies challenges and opportunities for more widespread integration.
This infographic describes how teachers can create learning environments that can support growth-oriented messages.