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Summer Reflections Part VI: My Final Thoughts

Thinking back on my first few years as a teacher, my definition of curriculum was very different than it is today. I used to think a curriculum had to be organized in a certain way and based on a series of standards that were then transformed into grade-able objectives. 1,084 more words


Jacqueline Swanson

Title: Supervisor of Special Education

Company: Lakeview Learning Center

Location: Wayne, NJ

Wayne, NJ, August 18, 2016, Jacqueline Swanson, Supervisor of Special Education at Lakeview Learning Center, has been recognized by Elite American Educators, for dedication, achievement and leadership in teaching and evaluating the needs of special education children. 274 more words

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I LOVE Learning

Today was a great day back in TUSD.  I love learning from the greatness around me.  I was given the opportunity to present two different sessions today.   579 more words


Tips from TAs for being successful new teachers

by Julie Dodd

Three teaching assistants who were winners of UF’s Graduate Student Teaching Awards offered teaching advice at the UF TA Orientation.

William Hedderson – Applied Physiology & Kinesiology… 245 more words

Curriculum Development

Positive start to your teaching -- my advice at UF TA Orientation 2016

by Julie Dodd

Welcome to the new teaching assistants at the University of Florida. (And welcome to all of you who are new to teaching this semester.) 203 more words

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UF Orientation helps new teaching assistants have positive start to semester

by Julie Dodd

New teaching assistants at the University of Florida will attend an Orientation for Graduate Teaching Assistants on Tuesday, Aug. 18, to help them be ready for the start of Fall Semester on Monday, Aug. 114 more words

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