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Welcome to the future of collaborative, embedded professional learning and development.


Foundations of Teaching Sprints


This dynamic 1-day workshop provides school and teacher leaders with a thorough understanding of the Teaching Sprints approach to collaborative teacher professional learning. Numerous research studies confirm that teaching quality has the largest in-school influence on student learning, and that high-quality professional learning can lead to improvements in student achievement.

In this practical workshop, participants will be introduced to the Teaching Sprints process and leave equipped with the knowledge of what makes for successful team and school implementation.


  • Examine the importance of enhancing adaptive teaching expertise and the need for schools to support teachers to engage in deliberate practice

  • Provide a systematic overview of the Teaching Sprints approach to collaborative teacher learning and practice improvement

  • Upskill leaders to understand each phase of the Teaching Sprints process

  • Show how robust and relevant research evidence can be used to inform practice improvement efforts

  • Give practical guidance on how to successfully implement Teaching Sprints within their unique educational context

  • Demonstrate how to connect the Teaching Sprints process with teacher, team and school-level plans for improvement


School and teacher leaders who would like an in-depth overview of the Teaching Sprints approach.


“The session was amazing! As a classroom teacher I felt that it was not only beneficial to be a part of the sprints but also important for me to understand how to lead a sprint with my team.

“An inspirational professional learning day that empowers others to make changes to impact teacher expertise leading to improved learning.


Teaching Sprints Collective Impact

5 WORKSHOPS + optional embedded school implementation coaching

The Teaching Sprints Collective Impact Program supports schools to embed the Teaching Sprints process in their schools over a 6-9 month period.

By engaging in the program, schools can build a sustainable ongoing routine for teacher learning and continuous practice improvement.

The program achieves this by:

  1. Supporting schools to define an area of focus for their Teaching Sprints that is tied to their improvement plan

  2. Establishing a process in schools that builds routines for evidence-informed teacher collaboration and practice improvement

  3. Providing school and middle leaders with the leadership skills and knowledge they need to facilitate the process on an ongoing basis

  4. Ensuring that evidence of teacher practice improvement and student progress are captured during the program and built into a review of impact at the end of the program

Consistent with the Teaching Sprints approach, the program is designed to be highly practical, collaborative and job-embedded.