Advancing Teaching-Improving Learning

The Advancing Teaching, Improving Learning (ATIL) team’s efforts are grounded in the urgent and practical issues of improvement that confront America’s educational leaders. ATIL is funded by the Institute for Education Sciences.

As a part of this work, Carnegie has enlisted a panel of distinguished scholars to address key questions and challenges that the developers of teacher evaluation systems face in designing and implementing systems that use value-added measures of teacher performance. The online Carnegie Knowledge Network provides education policymakers and practitioners with timely, authoritative research and recommendations on the use of value-added methodologies in teacher evaluation systems.

In addition, the ATIL team has been engaged in rapid turnaround studies of key education issues (known as 90-Day Cycles) to generate new learning and promote innovation through a rapid and disciplined inquiry process.

ATIL RESOURCES

Using Evidence to Advance Teaching: The Promise of Improvement Science in Networks
Meeting Summary
September 3, 2014

Policy for Improvement Expert Convening
Meeting Summary
June 6, 2014

Quality Improvement in the Classroom: A Webinar with the School District of Menomonee Falls
Webinar Materials
May 28, 2014

Continuous Improvement Methods Expert Convening
Meeting Summary
January 23–24, 2014

Quality Reading Instruction Expert Convening
Meeting Summary
June 27-28, 2013

Continuous Improvement Expert Convening
Meeting Summary
May 9-10, 2013

Revisiting Teacher Evaluation: A Leadership Forum on Using Data to Improve Teaching and Learning
Meeting Summary
September 20-21, 2012

Carnegie Value-Added Knowledge Network
Assessing-Teaching Improving-Learning Convening IV – Meeting Summary
April 25-26, 2012

Data for Improving Human Capital System
Assessing-Teaching Improving-Learning Convening III – Meeting Summary
January 5-6, 2012

Critical Issues for Inquiry and Development in Teacher Assessment
Assessing-Teaching Improving-Learning Convening II – Meeting Summary
October 20-21, 2011

R&D Agenda Development
Assessing Teaching Collaboratory Convening I – Meeting Summary
May 24-25, 2011