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Stephanie Ratts Grissom

Title: English and Special Education Teacher

Company: Killeen Independent School District

Location: Killeen, Texas

For her eighteenth year as an English and special education teacher at Killeen Independent School District, Stephanie Ratts Grissom continues to garner 23 years as a professional educator. 175 more words

Teaching

Advice for new teaching assistants -- My presentation to TAs at the University of Florida

by Julie Dodd

The clock is ticking as we approach the start of the academic year at the University of Florida and at colleges and universities across the country. 157 more words

Curriculum Development

Tips for Lesson Planning: Part II

Before developing a plan of instruction there are many factors to consider. This post will consider the following points…

  • Needs assessment
  • Syllabus
  • Outlining purpose

Needs Assessment… 504 more words

Curriculum Development

Jacquie Ponsford

Title: Teacher

Company: Brush School District RE-2J

Location: Brush, Colo.

Teaching takes hard work, courage, patience and perseverance, and Ms. Ponsford states that is not something that everyone can do. 417 more words

Teaching

Tips for Lesson Planning: Part I

Developing lesson plans is a core component of teaching. However, there is a multitude of ways to approach this process. This post will provide some basic ideas on approaching the development of lesson plans by sharing thoughts on the following… 573 more words

Curriculum Development

Joyce Murray

Title: Professor of Nursing (Retired)

Company: Emory University

Location: Atlanta, Ga.

Dr. Joyce Murray has conducted a private nurse therapist practice for 15 years and worked with women centers to help end domestic violence. 126 more words

Teaching

Concerning coursebooks

Earlier this year there was a bit of a hoo-hah in the ELT blogging world on the topic of coursebooks. Perhaps unsurprisingly, it was Geoff Jordan who started it, 720 more words

ESOL