Daily Archives: April 10, 2015

Tennessee Legislature Seeks to Reduce Test Scores’ Role in Teacher Evaluation

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How the Obamas Opted Their Children Out of High-Stakes Standardized Tests

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On Facing Resistance

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Showing Work for Mathematics

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SENATE APPROVES CHANGES TO TEACHER TRAINING AND EVALUATION

Advertisements Below is an update from the Texas Senate. It contains the low-lights of Senate Bill 893 that will destroy teachers and education as we know it. The idea of teacher’s salaries bases on the following:  ” required annual evaluations … Continue reading

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Mercedes Schneider’s Close Reading of the Senate Bill to Revise NCLB: Part 2

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Arnold Dodge: The Sham Called Race to the Top

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Peter Greene: Charters Have Failed As “Laboratories of Innovation”

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Pasi Sahlberg: Finnish Teachers Are Not “the Best and the Brightest”

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Is it possible that offering support instead of punishment leads to Better Teachers? – Part 3 of 3

Advertisements This is an interesting video about motivation.

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