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The WW Academy seeks to be a vehicle for transforming teacher education and school leader policy and practice at scale.

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Video: Challenge-Based Curriculum

The Woodrow Wilson Academy of Teaching and Learning’s degree program has a challenge-based curriculum. Instead of taking courses, WW Academy candidates complete a series of challenges. With each challenge, candidates are confronted with real-world issues …

President and New Class Announced at WW Academy

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2018 Teacher Candidate Bios (PDF) NEWS RELEASE FOR RELEASE: Tuesday, May 29, 2018 CONTACT: Patrick Riccards (@Eduflack) | [email protected]  |  (703) 298-8283 Woodrow Wilson Academy Names Nationally Recognized Education Innovator As First President of Cutting-Edge Graduate School

Q&A with the MIT Integrated Learning Initiative

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Rupal Jain, the WW Academy's Director of Clinical Practice and Student Support, recently spoke with the MIT Integrated Learning Initiative (MITili) about the new master's degree program. Ms. Jain discussed the history of the …

Job Opportunity: Assistant Director of Clinical Practice and Student Support

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The Woodrow Wilson Academy of Teaching and Learning is reimagining teacher education by offering a competency-based, time-variable master's in education. A major component of the program is the rich clinical experience which fully integrates with …

Design Year Fun: Assessment Carnival

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One of the key elements of the Woodrow Wilson Academy of Teaching and Learning is examining and creating effective forms of assessments, both for master’s candidates and the students they will teach. Leading that effort …

Who is a WW Academy Candidate?

Design Fellows

The Woodrow Wilson Academy recently asked some of its Design Fellows—the 10 future educators helping to refine the program—who they thought would make the idea WW Academy master’s candidate. Design Fellow (DF) Mustafa Abdul-Rahim thinks …

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