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Quality Program and Curriculum Evaluation

Quality Program and Curriculum Evaluation

Educators spend an enormous amount of time with assessment.  In fact, many educators become frustrated at the amount of time required for student assessment, claiming it takes away from actual instructional time.  Administrators often feel the pain of allocating...
Cultural Connections in the Classroom

Cultural Connections in the Classroom

New Culture, New Connections In 1993 I accepted my first teaching assignment – secondary math and science in Koyuk, Alaska.  Koyuk is a remote Inupiat Eskimo village of about 350 people, located on the Iditarod Trail, about 130 miles due east of Nome and about the...
Professional Development for Teachers – 5 Common Mistakes

Professional Development for Teachers – 5 Common Mistakes

As teacher evaluation software providers, it pains us to hear from teachers and administrators who are unsatisfied with how professional development (PD) is occurring in their school or district. Evaluations are less effective if they aren’t tied to concrete,...