Sustainable improvement happens when individuals change their educational practices.
Actively working with peers to observe and reflect on quality teaching and learning can lead participants to expect more of themselves and their colleagues. Often participants share positive experiences and innovative ideas that grow out of the process.
The creating quality process also builds advocacy for new strategies and practices that can reach administrators, school and institutional boards, and even local governments.
Read more to use what you've learned through this process to make meaningful changes for students.