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- 04/16/13--09:48: _Accountability of S...
- 05/13/13--11:24: _Teacher Evaluation
- 06/25/13--08:18: _Take a Look At What...
- 07/11/13--08:16: _Restructuring Teach...
- 03/04/14--10:27: _What’s Next in Educ...
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- 04/16/13--09:48: Accountability of Schools of Education
- 05/13/13--11:24: Teacher Evaluation
- 06/25/13--08:18: Take a Look At What’s Working
- 07/11/13--08:16: Restructuring Teacher Contracts
- 03/04/14--10:27: What’s Next in Education Reform
- 03/27/14--11:41: One Math Class – The Value of a Single Class
- 05/21/14--08:29: Giving All Students an Equal Opportunity
Dean Hardin Coleman discusses how schools of education must be accountable for their students both while they are still in school and also after graduation in order to ensure they are effective teachers. and educational professionals.
Dean Hardin Coleman discusses teacher evaluation and its value. Teacher evaluation can help identify and promote great teachers. But, what are effective systems of evaluation?
Take a Look at What’s Working by Etienne R. LeGrand, SED ’78 Drew Charter School, Atlanta Public Schools’ first charter school, has become the state’s number one ranked school for educating low-income, black students. It’s one of the first schools to integrate a comprehensive birth to four year old early childhood component into its elementary school [...]
Dean Hardin Coleman addresses the importance of teacher evaluations and proposes a new way of thinking about teacher contracts.
Dean Hardin Coleman offers his thoughts on education reform.
By Sophie Klein, SED 2016 Math. If you cringed seeing that word then you are like me. When I found out that I only had to take one math class for all of college I was ecstatic. After having countless years of horrible math class experiences I was excited to finally get math class done […]
By Michelle Yelaska, SED ’16 Usually when I see viral videos or popular tweets, I dismiss them as fads that are entertaining but unnecessary. However, there is one blog that I follow quite adamantly – Humans of New York. Photojournalist Brandon Stanton travels through the city taking pictures of your average human and informally interviews […]