Bruce Joyce Shares Insights about the New Edition of Models of Teaching

Bruce Joyce Shares Insights about the New Edition of Models of Teaching

As an educational leader, it is likely that you have searched for research to support the development of professional learningexperiences for educators and to inform policy design work. Professional developers will immediately recognize the name Bruce Joyce.  Publications by Drs. Bruce Joyce and Beverly Showers, particularly their findings on the…

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New Hanover Report: Minority Teacher Deficit Continues To Widen

This blog by Deb Hansen, Senior Policy Analyst, West Wind Education Policy, was written for the Council of Chief State School Officers’ (CCSSO) State Consortium on Educator Effectiveness (SCEE). To view the original post on the SCEE Collaboration Site go HERE. This two-part blog series provides information about Recruiting and Retaining Diverse Personnel, a…

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How to Thank a Teacher

How to Thank a Teacher

I just tweeted my thanks to teachers for this years’ Teacher Appreciation Week. Reflecting on the various blogs, tweets, and articles in the news that comment on the importance of teachers and praised teachers for their professionalism and dedication, I found them to be a bit de rigueur. I agree…

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Say Thank You — Or Else

Say Thank You — Or Else

Yesterday during our elementary school’s annual “Chalk the Walk” to thank our teachers, my nine year-old son drew this picture near the school entrance. I must admit I was a little nervous when he started drawing the man with the funny teeth. I know he loves his teachers, but he…

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National Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to the 2014 Teacher of the Year, Sean McComb, a teacher at Patapsco High School and Center for the Arts in Baltimore. McComb and his fellow State Teachers of the Year were recognized by President Obama yesterday in the East Room of the White House. Check out more Teacher of…

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