The CTTL, led by Glenn Whitman, co-author of the book Neuroteach: Brain Science and the Future of Education
, gathers the latest in Mind, Brain, and Education Science and works to put that research into the hands of teachers. By doing so, teachers can better construct their classes to the benefit of every student. This means more students can become high achievers and students with multiple AP classes can get their work done more efficiently. Every student and teacher at St. Andrew's benefits from the CTTL on a daily basis. St. Andrew’s teachers use research informed whole-class and personalized strategies to help each student become more confident, efficient, and independent learners throughout his or her learning journey. As of spring 2017, the CTTL has collaborated with, presented to, trained and hosted more than 9,000 teachers from 200 schools in five countries. In the fall of 2016, it was honored by the International Mind, Brain, and Education Society with its Mission Award. To learn more about the CTTL, visit its website by clicking here.