Thomas Misco, professor of Social Studies Education in the College of Education, Health and Society is one of two faculty to be awarded the Naus Family Scholar… 110 more words
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Friday I found myself in a day long diversity training workshop. The first of six days spread throughout the academic year.
It was a good experience only in the sense it made me much more empathetic towards teachers who routinely complain about ill-conceived professional development. 317 more words
Motivating In-Service Teachers To Initiate and Sustain Change
Teacher Educators are faced with the difficult task of designing intrinsically motivating professional development for in-service teachers. Creating intrinsically motivating professional development is a complex process comprised of many variables. 396 more words
As a literacy teacher educator, do you feel you spend a lot of time encouraging your student teachers to forget what they have previously learned? Lortie (1975) refers to the perceptions of teaching our student teachers developed (as elementary and secondary school students) as an “apprenticeship-of-observation”. 57 more words
Before they go back to school later this month, teachers and administrators have to go camping.
Organized by Nome’s Northwest Campus and funded through a grant, Educator Cultural Camp is for teachers with Nome Public Schools and the Bering Strait School District. 67 more words