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Five Progressive Schools of Education

Five Progressive Schools of Education

| June 29, 2011 | 7 Comments

If the way we teach and learn is changing, the way that teachers learn should be changing, too. What are schools of education doing to keep ahead? The following is a handful of examples of teacher education schools and programs whose progressive, tech-infused approach toward 21st century teaching is helping educators enter the classroom well-prepared. […]

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Rethinking What’s Taught in the Classroom

Rethinking What’s Taught in the Classroom

| May 31, 2011 | 4 Comments

Flickr:Seattle Municipal Archives By Ana Tintocolos Talia Ortega, a fifth-grade teacher, and Katie Burns, a sixth-grade teacher, are the two educators at the center of a school transformation at Nightingale Elementary School in the Stockton Unified School District in Northern California. They both enrolled in Teachers College of San Joaquin after feeling frustrated with Nightingale’s boilerplate […]

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