"What was the topic of your last in-service and did it have anything to do with student learning? "
"Positive Communication - School, Home, Community"
my growth as a teacher; editorial about educational philosophy and the organizational philosophy of the Effective schools research Movement
What thoughts can you express that evaluate your philosophy of the Effective School Correlate: positive communication in the professional learning network of school, home and community?
"beliefs that administrators, teachers, and students hold—beliefs that can have a striking impact on students’ achievement. "
"how many P-12 teachers or postsecondary faculty have had transformative experiences"
not just in technololgy, but in their teaching or LIVING?
a wide range on nonlinguistic representations, including a visual thesaurus, image search engine, highlight main idea in sample text and a tag cloud are included when you use WordSift
wiki: Bloom's taxonomy online
"identity of Critical Friends in research study using an Action Research approach."
a great springboard for discussion about institutionalized education.
take your activity and break it down into the component elements and match these against the different taxonomic levels and the learning actions.
"The “Interesting Ways” series has focused on single tools and how these can be implemented in different ways in the classroom. I think we can do the same for curriculum ideas around a single topic."
an written account of a speech given by Ron Edmonds, a pioneer in the effective school research committee. Achievement is discussed.
"literature review identified the following key correlates of effectiveness: (1) professional leadership; (2) shared vision and goals; (3) a learning environment; (4) concentration on teaching and learning; (5) purposeful teaching; (6) high expectations; (7) positive reinforcement; (8) monitoring progress; (9) pupil rights and responsibilities; (10) home-school partnership; and (11) a learning organization."
how to design rubrics to measure the correlates of effective schools in your own particular situation.
school effects and effective school research is like life; while there are some commonalities....it's filled with individualized experiences. This represents some of the first explanations of school effects research which later became known as the effective schools research movement.
"Carroll traces his own fascination with science to a childhood interest in collecting snakes, noting in an interview with the journal Nature that they inspired both his first experiments (their choice of food) and sense of beauty (the patterns of their skin). Today, Carroll’s laboratory uses fruit flies—Drosophila melanogaster and its relatives—as models for understanding how new body patterns evolve over time. "
ideas and philosophies of Mr. Keenan; have some similarity to Effective Schools Movement research; don't know how he derived them