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  • AMPLIFYING THE TEACHER LEADER VOICE: HOW TEACHERS OF THE YEAR ARE IMPACTING POLICY AND PRACTICE AT THE STATE LEVEL

    Written by Karen / 4 days ago / 1 Comment

    Categories: Videos, About SCEE/CCSSO, Topical Meetings, Members to Mention, Leadership

    How are our state teachers of the year making a difference in their roles in representing the best of the profession, particularly at the state level?  Many of them are!  This blog is highlighting one of these outstanding educators.

    As a very busy and distinguished 3rd grade teacher at Keith Elementary School in the Walled Lake Schools, Melody Arabo, Michigan's 2014 Teacher of the Year, is actively involved as a teacher leader.  She has taught for 13 years and only at the 3rd grade level, which provides the Michigan Department of Education a wonderful resource when it comes to Common Core ..

  • CEEDAR Announces Five New States to Receive Intensive Technical Assistance

    Written by Site / 11 days ago / 0 Comments

    Categories: Preparation

    Intro

    The CEEDAR Center (Collaboration for Effective Educator Development, Accountability and Reform) has added five new states to those taking part in its intensive technical assistance services. .  The five states are Montana, Utah, Georgia, Ohio and New Hampshire.

    CEEDAR is a national technical assistance center funded by the Office of Special Education Programs at the U.S. Department of Education and is dedicated to supporting states in their efforts to develop teachers and leaders who can successfully prepare students with disabilities to achieve college and career ready standards. Intensive TA involves the CEEDAR Center developing ongoing relationships and providing products and services ..

  • Evaluating Teacher Preparation Programs

    Written by Site / on 10/15/2014 / 0 Comments

    Categories: Equity, Data, Assessment

    Intro

    The main goal of any teacher preparation program is to prepare highly effective teachers for all students. However, there is a lot of variation in the quality of teacher preparation programs and even more debate on what makes some programs better than others and how to improve on them. Even tougher is deciding how to assess and evaluate teacher preparation programs; should the focus be on program features, program outputs and outcomes, or graduates of that program and their path in the education workforce?

    Angela Minnici, the Director for the Center on Great Teachers and Leaders, discusses just that in her ..

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