Teaching & Learning

Articles: Teaching & Learning

Pamela Roggeman, a high school English teacher for 17 years, is now the academic dean for the College of Education at University of Phoenix.
1/26/2015
Pamela Roggeman
How cultivating teacher leaders can help strengthen a school
Jasper County Public Schools was one of 36 rural, high-poverty districts to file a lawsuit against South Carolina, claiming that the state’s funding formula was unconstitutional.
1/23/2015
Alison DeNisco
Court finds state funding formula denies many poor, rural students their right to an adequate education
New teachers in the first semester at the Wright City School District near St. Louis spend one day every month in PD. Teachers learn about assessment, teaching strategies and classroom management.
1/23/2015
Deborah Yaffe
A guide to recruiting and nurturing successful teachers
As the author of more than 100 journal articles and multiple books, neuroscientist Martha S. Burns is a leading expert on how children learn.
1/20/2015
Martha Burns
Why a one-size-fits-all approach does not work for every child

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