With brief online modules and precise practice methods, you can bridge the gap between seeing a technique and using it confidently in your classroom.
With short, digestible online modules and carefully crafted practice methods, you can bridge the gap between seeing a technique and being able to use it confidently and consistently in your classroom.
Designed for busy teachers, each 15-minute module follows a proven four step-approach.
Observe the technique in action with teachers and students.
Analyze additional footage to learn how to execute the technique.
Observe a TLAC Member modeling the technique, then script and record your practice to gain confidence.
Review your practice and share with others for feedback.
Founded by Doug Lemov, Teach Like a Champion is part of Uncommon Schools' commitment to share teaching insights that enable all students to achieve at high levels. TLAC Online provides a flexible, accessible and proven way to access and learn effective teaching techniques.
Follow these step-by-step directions to get your team using the platform.Download PDF
Use this at-a-glance guide to align observations within the Get Better Faster framework to TLAC Online modules.Download PDF
Learn how you can benefit from Texas TLAC Online.
Practice highly effective and researched based pedagogical moves that can be translated to any campus context even without a classroom to practice in. Submit video recordings of your practice to the leader of your program for feedback.
Watch teachers model research based practices in their own classrooms, dissect the moves they’re making to implement these strategies, and work with your mentee to replicate the strategy and the results in their own classroom.
Assign modules to teachers that you coach as independent work, then have them send you their final practice right in the platform. Plan a professional development for your whole staff or a group of teachers in which you work through a module, culminating in group practice.
Sign into your own user profile at any time. Learn new techniques to use with your students and practice them on your own schedule. Send your practice to a trusted mentor or colleague for feedback and then start using your new skills in your own classroom.
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