By trusting his teachers and providing them with the opportunity to choose their instructional materials through TpT School Access, Superintendent Denecker is empowering his teachers to provide the best instruction that they can for their students. As a result, we heard and observed that BEVSD teachers are:
More motivated to be creative in their teaching.
75% of the teachers we spoke with across the district shared that they were able to be more creative because their administrators provided them with the power to choose instructional materials. Specifically, the materials they select impact the ways in which they deliver content and engage with students.
Better able to use instructional materials to respond to student interests and thus build relationships with their students.
BEVSD teachers said that, because of the choice they’re provided, they’re able to ensure that the content they present to their students resonates with them. Of the teachers we spoke with, 69% talked about being responsive to their students’ interests with the instructional materials they select, which helps them develop relationships with their students.