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The number of proprietary (for-profit) colleges and traditional universities who offer online teacher credential programs is increasing, yet there is skepticism regarding the quality of such schools and credentialing programs. This study sought to understand the perceptions that school principals have, and whether or not it affects their decision to hire a teacher candidate from a for-profit school or online credential program. The research includes a survey of over 100 school principals and 20 in-depth interviews. This study is crucial for anyone considering a career in teaching, and their choice of colleges and credential programs.
Desmond Odu, an unemployed Microbiologist, voluntarily took up a teaching vacancy in his alma mater, Southwest Academy. He was confronted with students’ apathy for Mathematics and a deep rooted moral and social decadence. His sense of belonging triggered his energy and enthusiasm to intelligently re-focus the students and fellow teachers. As his effort started to yield good dividend, internal and external forces to Southwest Academy attempted to disrupt the promising rhythms. How Teacher Desmond, a non professional in a highly professional occupation, weathered the storm and became the engineer repairing young souls and mending adult minds makes this fast paced encounters in Welcome Teacher Goodbye Lover, a thrilling motivational tale.
Language Teacher Supervision illuminates an under-explored area of the language teaching profession. Using case studies of actual teaching situations, the book explores such issues as teacher evaluation, autonomy, authority and awareness and attitude. It contains a wealth of practical detail on gathering data and providing feedback in post-observation conferences with teachers. A variety of cases, together with a comprehensive review of the literature, offers valuable insights into the dynamic, interactive process of language teacher supervision. Follow-up discussion questions, development tasks, and suggestions for further reading afford avenues for further exploration.
This book presents evolving language teacher education trends in the United States in the wake of globalization from the perspectives of teacher candidates and faculty/administrators of a Southwest US university. This book is the result of an interpretive study that was intended to explore influences of globalization on K-12 language teacher education in the US. The study was guided by the interpretive paradigm of inquiry in which both qualitative and quantitative data were collected, analyzed and interpreted to explore the evolving language teacher education trends in the US, in the wake of globalization.
The research presented in this book assesses the importance of multicultural education as perceived by future educators members of the National Education Association Student Programme (NEA-SP). This research also assessed the importance of multicultural education as it is addressed as a component of teacher preparation programs. Research questions formulated for this study are as follows: (a) Do future educators believe that students in low-socioeconomic areas have the same opportunity for academic success as students in higher income areas, (b) Should multicultural education be an essential component of teacher preparation programs, (c) Should teacher preparation programs include trainings related to students with disabilities. The research presented purports the need to expand multicultural education as a part of continued professional development opportunities at future National Education Association-Student Program events.
This book begun after the design of a project in University. This has allowed us to better understand all the issues that lead to the realization of a building. In particular, we concentrated on the asylums. What fascinated us in that the Architecture building are not a built translation of a drawing but there are many other fields that contribute. In example, the Diana school has been awarded by the “Times” the best school in 1991, even if the pedagogist played a key role in the design of the building.
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Distance Education has a long history in Ethiopia that goes back to 1940s to upgrade academic status of elementary school teachers through on the job training that was started under the program called Directed Study for Teachers. Though 'self learning instructional materials' were prepared, the materials were not self-sufficient as they should be but went in line with textbooks for regular program. The mode went on since then with a number of ups and downs. The mode got high momentum with the introduction of new education and training policy in 1994 to alleviate chronic shortage of teachers teaching at primary and secondary schools in the country. The responsibility for the training was given to Addis Ababa University (partially distance) and Education Media Agency (fully distance mode) to upgrade teachers qualification from diploma to degree and certificate to diploma respectively. However, provision of the training was challenged by lack of what the mode demands such as appropriate planning, financial support, trained man power,structural set up and management, support service, infrastructure, etc that has been highly influenced by literature and donor driven agenda without...
Teacher evaluation has continued to be problematic in its approach, implementation, and overall usefulness. These problems are due to lack of understanding, championing, controversy and perceived threat. This study will examine a model of peer coaching to evaluate teachers in an elementary school district as an alternative to the traditional evaluation method administered by a Certified Supervisor. The general purpose of teacher evaluation is to safeguard and improve the quality of instruction received by students (Kremer, 1988) so boards must provide a process that allows and encourages supervisors and teachers to work together to improve and enhance classroom instructional practices.
The purpose of this research was to investigate the instructional practices of a Science teacher at a secondary school in Educational District Four in St. Lucia. The research attempted to find out the teacher’s perceptions of the teaching of science: the instructional practices of the teaching during science instruction with reference to planning, instruction and assessment: and the teacher’s perceptions of the factors which influence the choice of strategies used in the classroom. The investigation was conducted using a case study design. Via the use of interviews and observational checklists, the researcher gathered data from the participant at the selected secondary school. Findings from the study revealed that the teacher had positive perceptions of the teaching of science although it was not always reflected in her instruction or assessment practices. The teacher indicated that factors such as time pressures, lack of resources, timetabling, teacher skill-set, student demographics and personal issues accounted for the choice of instructional strategies used in the classroom.
Responsiveness is crucial for educational institutions that have a practical vision for training and preparation of their graduates for the work environment. This book presents a justification for educational institutions to be aware of changes within their internal and external environments and doing something about the changes in order to remain viable institutions. It portrays the situation as it obtains in selected Kenyan universities engaged in teacher education. The author recommends that universities develop and promote research in teacher education in order to encourage evidence-based decision-making (policy and practice) in all aspects of teacher development. The book is relevant to Ministry of Education policy makers, staff in teacher education institutions, and educational technologists in Kenya and beyond.