About the Visit
In 2016, the Urban Assembly School for Applied Math & Science’s (09X241) founding principal (Kenneth Baum) and current principal (David Krulwich) published The Artisan Teaching Model for Instructional Leadership, which describes on paper theory and practices that have defined their school for years.
During this visit, participants will learn more about how teaming and collaboration serve both to capitalize on teachers’ experience and to support teachers’ development, as well as how teams have collaborated to advance student literacy through curriculum and common approaches to text and text-based responses, including attention to culturally responsive teaching. Participants will learn from Principal Krulwich, visit a team meeting and classrooms, converse with teachers, and explore ways to further the theory and practices back at their own school.
This visit is particularly well-suited for educators who play a leadership role in their schools (as teachers or administrators) and ties most directly to Quality Review indicators 4.1 (Teacher Support & Supervision) and 4.2 (Teacher Teams & Leadership Development), with strong connections to QR indicators 1.1 (Curriculum), 1.2 (Pedagogy), and 5.1 (Monitoring & Revising Systems), as well as all four Danielson domains.
*Please see the most recent MSQI newsletter for registration information.
Subway: 1 to 137 St.-City College; A, D to 145 St.; B, C to 135 St.
Bus: Bx15, Bx19, Bx33, M10, M100, M101, M104, M11, M3, M4, M5
Driving: Limited street parking
Wheelchair Accessible: No