The Glossary section provides a list of terms that are used throughout the T-STEM Academy Design Blueprint. As you meet with other academy leaders and T-STEM Coaches, attend professional development events, and speak with the T-STEM Centers, the terms listed in this section will be used frequently. To ensure clarity of the terms, a brief definition accompanies each of the words listed. In addition, some hyperlinks have been added as additional resources for some of the terms listed. If there is a term not listed that you would like further clarification on, please feel free to contact us.
Relational knowing (Gallego et al., 2001; Hollingsworth et al., 1993) is another important feature of urban teaching practice that leads to the concept of “we”. That is, the ability to “know-in-relationship” (Hollingsworth et al., 1993), to understand the meaning of the interactions between self and others, supported some teachers in feeling more efficacious in their teaching. Relational knowing helps teachers to learn from the many interactions and collaborations that are part of daily teaching.
Data showing performance levels, trends, and relevant comparisons for key measures and indicators of organizational performance.