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The Center On Culture, Race & Equity: A Case Study On Systemic Change, Veronica Benavides, Lisa Gordon, Faith Lamb-Parker Nov 2018

The Center On Culture, Race & Equity: A Case Study On Systemic Change, Veronica Benavides, Lisa Gordon, Faith Lamb-Parker

All Faculty and Staff Papers and Presentations

This video offers a look at the Bank Street Center on Culture, Race & Equity’s partnership with District of Columbia Public Schools to address educational disparities for African American boys. The center’s work focused on helping school staff examine their own implicit biases, stereotypes, and microaggressions and learn to shift from deficit- to strengths-based attitudes to support system level change.


Implementing Nh Child: A Comprehensive Approach To Professional Learning To Reach All New Haven Early Childhood Educators, Emily Sharrock, Courtney Parkerson Nov 2018

Implementing Nh Child: A Comprehensive Approach To Professional Learning To Reach All New Haven Early Childhood Educators, Emily Sharrock, Courtney Parkerson

All Faculty and Staff Papers and Presentations

New Haven Children’s Learning District (NH ChILD) envisions a city where all children have access to high quality early learning experiences. In order to turn this vision into reality for the 14,800 children ages 0-8 living in New Haven, NH ChILD is working to increase the number of spaces in high quality programs while simultaneously improving the quality of early learning experiences in existing programs. The following paper outlines NH ChILD’s beliefs, commitments, and plan for action with respect to NH ChILD’s citywide efforts for in-service professional learning.


Bringing Joy To Uninspired Teachers Of Math, Hal Melnick Nov 2018

Bringing Joy To Uninspired Teachers Of Math, Hal Melnick

All Faculty and Staff Papers and Presentations

This publication explores how to inspire teachers to find the joy in math so they can help their students do the same. Through a variety of tools, techniques, and helpful hints, the resource illustrates what high quality math instruction looks like and how teachers can reframe their own thinking about math to create deeper learning opportunities for their students.


Ceteal News, November/December 2018, Ceteal, Coastal Carolina University Nov 2018

Ceteal News, November/December 2018, Ceteal, Coastal Carolina University

CeTEAL Newsletter

  • Critical Thinking Elements Map to Final Disciplinary Projects
  • Professional Development Opportunities
  • Source Evaluation Through Lateral Reading
  • Implementing Critical Thinking in Your Classes
  • Contingency Instruction: Critical Thinking Module


Educational Videos About Restraint And Seclusion, Jodie Hall Nov 2018

Educational Videos About Restraint And Seclusion, Jodie Hall

Poster Presentations

The Coalition Against Restraint and Seclusion (C.A.R.S.) is a group of stakeholders whose mission is to prevent the overuse of restraint and seclusion within the educational setting. As part of Jodie Hall’s training with the New Hampshire-Maine LEND Program, she worked with C.A.R.S. to update their resources and parent education materials. This poster presentation reports on the outcome of her work and the development of a series of short informational videos which may be accessed via the internet.


Coaching: How A Focus On Adult Development Leads To Improvements In Student Learning, Jessica Charles, Milenis Gonzalez, Emily Sharrock Oct 2018

Coaching: How A Focus On Adult Development Leads To Improvements In Student Learning, Jessica Charles, Milenis Gonzalez, Emily Sharrock

All Faculty and Staff Papers and Presentations

The Bank Street Education Center partners with schools and districts across the country to help improve teaching and learning at scale. This publication documents the professional learning processes, tools, and activities used by Bank Street facilitators in their coaching work with teachers and leaders and brings to light what strengths-based, developmentally meaningful teaching and learning looks like for both adults and children.


Infographic: Educators Share Advice On Communication, Dominique Russell Oct 2018

Infographic: Educators Share Advice On Communication, Dominique Russell

Teacher infographics

The 2018 Teacher reader survey asked educators to share a piece of advice with their peers. One of the topics to emerge was communication. In this infographic, we look at some of your responses on the theme.


Infographic: Wise Words On Change, Dominique Russell Oct 2018

Infographic: Wise Words On Change, Dominique Russell

Teacher infographics

Our annual reader survey is open now and we’re asking educators: ‘If you could share one piece of advice with your peers, what would it be?’ One of the themes to emerge is ‘change’. Here are some of the responses we’ve received so far on the topic.


Exploring Teaching And Learning (Ghc), Sherry Green, Randy Green, J. Sean Callahan Oct 2018

Exploring Teaching And Learning (Ghc), Sherry Green, Randy Green, J. Sean Callahan

Education Grants Collections

This Grants Collection for Exploring Teaching and Learning was created under a Round Eleven ALG Textbook Transformation Grant.

Affordable Learning Georgia Grants Collections are intended to provide faculty with the frameworks to quickly implement or revise the same materials as a Textbook Transformation Grants team, along with the aims and lessons learned from project teams during the implementation process.

Documents are in .pdf format, with a separate .docx (Word) version available for download. Each collection contains the following materials:

  • Linked Syllabus
  • Initial Proposal
  • Final Report


Learning To Look, Looking To Learn, Karen Rothschild, Marvin Cohen, Babette Babette Moeller, Barbara Dubitsky, Nesta Marshall, Matt Mcleod Oct 2018

Learning To Look, Looking To Learn, Karen Rothschild, Marvin Cohen, Babette Babette Moeller, Barbara Dubitsky, Nesta Marshall, Matt Mcleod

All Faculty and Staff Papers and Presentations

In order to plan and implement lessons that will be effective for a wide variety of learners, teachers must assess what students know and how they know it. They must also know students’ academic strengths, challenges, and preferences. Careful observation of what students do and say as they work provides a rich source of data about both their knowledge and ways of learning. We highlight three strategies we use to help teachers refine their understanding of individual students:

(a) building teachers’ skills in observing without making judgements; (b) teaching teachers to use a shared, neurodevelopmental framework through which to view ...


Infographic: Teacher Training In Student Career Guidance, Dominique Russell Sep 2018

Infographic: Teacher Training In Student Career Guidance, Dominique Russell

Teacher infographics

In a new working paper published by the OECD, results from a survey of teachers conducted in PISA 2015 are presented. Teachers were asked if training in student career guidance and counselling was included in their initial teacher education or in their professional development activities during the last 12 months.


September 2018 Cafe Newsletter, Center For Advancing Faculty Excellence Sep 2018

September 2018 Cafe Newsletter, Center For Advancing Faculty Excellence

CAFE Faculty Newsletters

No abstract provided.


Ceteal News, September/October 2018, Ceteal, Coastal Carolina University Sep 2018

Ceteal News, September/October 2018, Ceteal, Coastal Carolina University

CeTEAL Newsletter

No abstract provided.


2018-2019 New Faculty Handbook, Center For Advancing Faculty Excellence Aug 2018

2018-2019 New Faculty Handbook, Center For Advancing Faculty Excellence

Campus Resources for Faculty

Welcome to Missouri S&T!

We are delighted that you are here. Missouri S&T is committed to helping you succeed. In this Handbook you will find the resources that will not only help you become familiar with the campus, but also will enhance your teaching, research, and service endeavors.

The following pages identify resources ranging from a map of the campus and a directory of contact information for key offices on campus to the schedule of Early Career Faculty Forum events for the academic year and some helpful tips on teaching. Some of the offices identified in the handbook ...


Infographic: The Career Intentions Of Early Career Teachers, Jo Earp Jul 2018

Infographic: The Career Intentions Of Early Career Teachers, Jo Earp

Teacher infographics

The latest Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) report on initial teacher education includes survey data about the career intentions of teachers with one to five years' teaching experience.


Ceteal News, July/August 2018, Ceteal, Coastal Carolina University Jul 2018

Ceteal News, July/August 2018, Ceteal, Coastal Carolina University

CeTEAL Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Evaluating Classroom-Based, Online, Blended And Laboratory Teaching Interactions, University Of Missouri Intercampus Faculty Council Jun 2018

Evaluating Classroom-Based, Online, Blended And Laboratory Teaching Interactions, University Of Missouri Intercampus Faculty Council

Campus Resources for Faculty

No abstract provided.


Gap Analysis On Faculty Development At Missouri University Of Science And Technology, Center For Advancing Faculty Excellence Jun 2018

Gap Analysis On Faculty Development At Missouri University Of Science And Technology, Center For Advancing Faculty Excellence

Campus Resources for Faculty

The most critical element in the first year of the Center for Advancing Faculty Excellence (CAFE) has been the completion of a gap analysis regarding campus support of faculty development. What has Missouri S&T done well and where has the campus fallen short? What should CAFE do to enhance the performance of faculty?

This report, a response to those questions, is based largely upon 80 interviews. Thirty-one of the interviews were with those who assess faculty performance, ranging from University of Missouri President Mun Choi, Missouri S&T Interim Chancellor Chris Maples, and Provost Robert Marley down through deans ...


Lorraine Grace Libby Bowdoin Interview, Susie R. Bock Jun 2018

Lorraine Grace Libby Bowdoin Interview, Susie R. Bock

Lorraine Grace Libby Bowdoin Papers

Lorraine Grace Libby Bowdoin, Gorham State Teacher's College '59. A Portland native, she attended King Middle School and Portland High School. Mrs. Bowdoin taught for several school districts during her long teaching career and advocated tirelessly for mental health and elder issues.

Lorraine Grace Libby Bowdoin's physical papers are expansive and cover her entire life and career, including items from her attendance at Camp Laughing Loon as a child and young teen, her school assignments from elementary through graduate school, photos of her family and friends, items from her run as a Maine house representative, and several meticulously ...


District-Wide Instructional Initiative Framework, Jessica Charles, Tracy Fray Oliver, Doug Knecht, Emily Sharrock Jun 2018

District-Wide Instructional Initiative Framework, Jessica Charles, Tracy Fray Oliver, Doug Knecht, Emily Sharrock

All Faculty and Staff Papers and Presentations

Describes the Bank Street Education Center's District-wide Instructional Initiative Framework, a tool that guides the Center's partnership work with school districts who are engaged in a process of instructional improvement. The Framework was developed out of research on district improvement, organizational development, school leadership, and professional learning, as well as the Center's own experience implementing large-scale district reform in the largest school district in the nation: New York City.


Ceteal News, May/June 2018, Ceteal, Coastal Carolina University May 2018

Ceteal News, May/June 2018, Ceteal, Coastal Carolina University

CeTEAL Newsletter

No abstract provided.


May 2018 Cafe Newsletter, Center For Advancing Faculty Excellence Apr 2018

May 2018 Cafe Newsletter, Center For Advancing Faculty Excellence

CAFE Faculty Newsletters

No abstract provided.


S.T.O.R.I.E. Time, Spring Semester 2018, University Of Northern Iowa. Human Relations: Awareness And Applications (Spring 2018) Apr 2018

S.T.O.R.I.E. Time, Spring Semester 2018, University Of Northern Iowa. Human Relations: Awareness And Applications (Spring 2018)

S.T.O.R.I.E. Time

Seniors Teach Others Real Intergenerational Experiences (S.T.O.R.I.E.)

Teacher Education Majors at the University of Northern Iowa are matched with senior adults residing at Western Home Communities. During their ten one-hour meetings, the students and residents are guided in their discussions by the book Gratitude: Affirming One Another through Stories (2013) written by UNI Emeritus Faculty, Dr. Len Froyen. Through conversations and stories, the seniors of both generations are enhancing their understanding, compassion and acceptance of each other. S.T.O.R.I.E. Time gives the seniors a chance to choose a story together that ...


Following The Money: Exploring Residency Funding Through The Lens Of Economics, Karen Demoss Apr 2018

Following The Money: Exploring Residency Funding Through The Lens Of Economics, Karen Demoss

All Faculty and Staff Papers and Presentations

Following the Money digs into how the system for funding teacher preparation fuels a host of shortcomings: subpar routes to teaching, inadequate practice before entering the classroom, shortages in high need areas, underprepared teachers. Following the Money finds that financial barriers limit our ability to grow to a universally high-quality teacher preparation system, calling for a stronger knowledge base about the economics of teacher preparation to understand how we can realize the quality we need.


Learning To Teach: Observing And Reflecting, Nancy Nager Apr 2018

Learning To Teach: Observing And Reflecting, Nancy Nager

All Faculty and Staff Papers and Presentations

This video series, “Learning to Teach,” provides a platform for professional development in early childhood education. It introduces viewers to compelling early childhood classroom footage accompanied by facilitated discussions about observations and teaching practices. You will get a hands-on look at how beginning teachers learn to closely observe children and engage in reflective conversations about children, materials, the classroom environment and themselves.


Educational Videos About Restraint And Seclusion, Jodie Hall Apr 2018

Educational Videos About Restraint And Seclusion, Jodie Hall

Poster Presentations

The Coalition for Restraint and Seclusion (C.A.R.S.) is a group of stakeholders whose mission is to prevent the overuse of restraints and seclusion within the educational setting. As part of my training with the New Hampshire-Maine Leadership in Education in Neurodevelopmental Related Disabilities Program (LEND), I have been working with C.A.R.S. to update their resources and parent education materials. We created a series of short informational videos which will be accessed via the internet, in order to provide materials which are easily digestible and accessible for parents. My poster will provide descriptions of the ...


Spring 2018 Otl Newsletter, Terri Johnson, University Of Denver, Office Of Teaching And Learning Apr 2018

Spring 2018 Otl Newsletter, Terri Johnson, University Of Denver, Office Of Teaching And Learning

Office of Teaching and Learning Newsletters

Spring 2018 Newsletter from the University of Denver, Office of Teaching and Learning. The newsletter highlights events, workshops, software updates, and resources for faculty.


2018 Research & Scholarship Schedule, University Of Southern Maine Mar 2018

2018 Research & Scholarship Schedule, University Of Southern Maine

1st Annual USM Research & Scholarship Symposium

Symposium schedule and workshop descriptions.


April 2018 Cafe Newsletter, Center For Advancing Faculty Excellence Mar 2018

April 2018 Cafe Newsletter, Center For Advancing Faculty Excellence

CAFE Faculty Newsletters

No abstract provided.


Usd Teacher Residency Program Impact: Culturally Responsive Pedagogy, Ben Schaap, Amy Schweinle, Karen J. Kindle Mar 2018

Usd Teacher Residency Program Impact: Culturally Responsive Pedagogy, Ben Schaap, Amy Schweinle, Karen J. Kindle

School of Education Research Center

USD’s yearlong Teacher Residency Program involves teacher candidates in a full year of teaching experience incorporated into their four-year program. This report examines the effect of two semesters of student teaching over a traditional one-semester model on teacher candidates’ confidence in culturally responsive pedagogy. Students reported much greater preparedness both to design and to implement instruction that incorporates students’ readiness, background, and culture, among other factors.