Teaching Sprints Process

The Teaching Sprints Process consists of three phases: Prepare, Sprint and Review.

During ‘Prepare’, teams engage in rich dialogue about their practice and consider relevant research to identify a precise focus for improvement work.

They then go into the ‘Sprint’ phase, where they test out their new learning through short, manageable cycles of teaching in the classroom.

A Teaching Sprint ends with explicit ‘Review’, involving the analysis of impact evidence and consideration of how to transfer new pedagogical knowledge and skills into future practice.