Tapping Teachers’ Intrinsic Motivation to Develop School Improvements | MindShift | KQED News

A theory of action connects the action of a teacher to the expected effect on students. Four of the theories were whole-school changes — things like having high expectations and positive relationships, focusing on inquiry and building curiosity, protocols for what teachers are working on and what students should be learning — and the other six were teacher-specific changes (things like framing higher-order questions, connecting feedback and data, and committing to assessment for learning).

Source: Tapping Teachers’ Intrinsic Motivation to Develop School Improvements | MindShift | KQED News

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