Who We Are

The Core Collaborative Learning Network specializes in

job-embedded, 

 learner-centered, professional learning for schools and systems.

What We Do

Our goal is to strengthen systems to be more grounded, connected, focused and authentic.Our aim is to produce holistic results in ways that raise the collective standard.

 

What We Believe

We believe in social justice. We believe that when we learn together we can make a difference in the lives of ALL students.We believe that compassion drives performance.

 

Current Offerings

Clarity for Virtual Teaching and Learning, Belonging National Book Study, #CoreChat weekly twitter chats, and monthly Masterclass webinars… just to name a few!

Recent Blog Posts from The Core Communiqué

Core Collaborative Authors

Impact Teams
Belonging Through a Culture of Dignity
Hacking Assessment
Peer Power
Peace Patrol Workbook
Clarity for Learning
Hacking Questions
Peer Feedback in the Classroom
From Teacher to Leader
The Power of Questioning
The EmpowerED Learner Toolkit
Partnering With Students
Leading School Teams
Guiding Teams
How to Teach ELL
Social Network Theory
Rigorous PBL by Design
The New Art and Science of Teaching Mat
Everyday Instructional Coaching

Our Impact

Together we can make an even bigger difference

Learn about our impact globally! Our learner-centered approach to professional learning expands student ownership and agency. Visit our YouTube channel, where you can:

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  • Watch Impact Teams in action

  • Observe how students take ownership of their learning

  • Learn about our IMPACT on student learning

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Hot Off the Press

Belonging through a Culture of Dignity: The Keys to Successful Equity Implementation

Schools and districts continue to struggle with equity initiatives that actually work. Far too often, they take action that reinforces a vicious cycle of failure. In Belonging through a Culture of Dignity, Cobb and Krownapple contend that this failure is largely because educators fail to grasp and use the keys to equity success: dignity, belonging, and inclusion. Cobb and Krownapple unpack these concepts and offer them within a practical framework for creating schools that work for every student. This book is for districts, schools, and educators who want to get it right when it comes to educational equity!

Authors: Dr. Floyd CobbJohn Krownapple

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