Professional Development

Articles: Professional Development

Kylie Lacey
A teacher in training from Newark Montclair Urban Teacher Residency practices new learning standards and skills with a student at McKinley School in Newark Public Schools.
How the top teaching colleges prepare students for today’s classrooms
Alison DeNisco
Cave Creek USD had three unfilled teacher positions last year. This year, administrators are offering a signing bonus to attract new teachers to the area.
Salaries remain low, public school funding is down and some states have eliminated tenure protections
Lauren Williams
12 teachers at a Boston public charter school received six hours of training in 'resiliency curriculum'
Brandon Palmer
Brandon Palmer, a national board certified teacher, conducts research on principal selection.
Constructive feedback can be an effective tool for both districts and potential employees

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One of the most pressing issues in education is how to measure teacher effectiveness in a way that is objective, fair and meaningful. In this web seminar, two large city districts outlined their models and noted researcher Robert Marzano discussed key elements in any district's efforts.