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Teachers agree that supporting diverse learners with high needs is a priority DALLAS, March 25, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- According to the new MetLife Survey of the American Teacher: Preparing Students for College and Careers, a substantial majority of teachers, parents, and Fortune 1000 executives believe that one of the nation's highest priorities in education should be preparing secondary students for college and career success.
New System Based on The Creative CurriculumÂ® Provides Comprehensive Resources to Help Early Childhood Educators Build High-Quality Programs in Texas BETHESDA, Md., Dec.
(Editor's note: Sometimes it's hard to tell whether you're tackling motherhood in the 21st century -- or being tackled by it. This is the latest in a series of reflections by UPI writers.) SKOKIE, Ill., Sept.
By Hruska, Barbara Mastering simple receptive skills can inform your practice and make your teaching more effective. When observing teachers in action, one is likely to witness explaining, modeling, managing, guiding, and encouraging.
By Hovland, Michelle Chandler, Cynthia Find out what preservice and beginning teachers see and learn when they observe classrooms through one-way mirrors. No one is born knowing how to teach.
By Balch, Bradley V Memory, David M; Hofmeister, David R Abstract: Teachers contribute to the success of all students, in part, by understanding and being responsive to the legal context of teaching.
By LaPorte, James E Excellence in our profession comes as a result of the collective work of us all, applying our unique talents and abilities, for the benefit of the whole, including the people we serve. Text of a speech delivered at the FTE Spirit of Excellence breakfast in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Mrs. Nicolette Thompson is a special education teacher at Eastside High School in Paterson. This is her eleventh year as an educator and her fourth teaching at Eastside. Mrs. Thompson teaches grades 9-12 in a self-contained classroom.
Cynthia Affinito, Northern Valley Regional HS, Old Tappan Mrs. Cynthia Affinito is |a history teacher at Northern Valley Regional High School, teaching AP World History and Freshman World Civilizations. She is also the co-advisor of the Junior Class. Mrs.
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