|The Library has been created to significantly increase the access of high quality educator development materials for educators from urban to extremely rural locations. Our unique position within the University of Missouri allows us to leverage the extensive resources of this flagship research institution to provide services at a reasonable rate to educators. EdHub has been successful in acquiring additional funds from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to create and offer some of the topic strands of modules within the Library. This effort to collectively build an integrated platform of learning for all to access is a vital component of the EdHub mission.|
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|Topics in this series explore the many dimensions of assessment including feedback to individual learners in order to focus their efforts for mastery, insight on adjusting instruction to meet learner needs, and documentation of achievement.|
Modules in this topic present concepts of assessment feedback.
Module 1 - Providing Effective Feedback to Students
What Does Effective Feedback Look and Sound Like?
How Do Learning Targets Relate to Effective Feedback?
How Can I Enhance Effective Feedback for My Classroom?
Modules in this topic present concepts of assessment of capable students.
Module 1 - Creating Assessment Capable Learners
What Qualities Do My Students Need in order to Self- and Peer-assess?
What Is Metacognition and How Can It help My Students?
What Techniques Can I Use for Self- and Peer-Assessment?
Modules in this topic explore the connections between assessment, student achievement and instructional practices.
Module 1 - The Standards Connections
What Are Priority Standards and How Are They Are Used?
What Happens When Standards Are Unwrapped?
How Do Curriculum Scope and Sequence Connect Standards to Assessment?
Modules in this topic are focused on introducing the process of formative assessment and how it can be applied to the classroom.
Module 1 - Introduction for Formative Assessment
What Is Assessment for Learning?
What Are Examples of Assessment?
What Is Effective Formative Assessment?
What Strategies Might You Use?
What Does Research Say About Formative Assessment?
Module 2 - Key Features of Formative Assessment
What Is The Purpose and Importance for Formative Assessment?
What Steps Are Involved in the Formative Assessment Process?
What Are Examples of Formative Assessment Techniques?
Module 3 - Using Clear Communication with Students
How Do I Clearly Communicate?
What Are clear Learning Targets?
How Do I Write Learning Targets for My Classroom?
Module 4 - Finding the Connections Between Formative Assessment, Self- or Peer-Assessment and Student Goal Setting
How Does Research Connect Self- and Peer-Assessment and Student Goal-Setting with Formative Assessment?
Which Strategies Can Teachers Use to Help Build Student Skills in Self- and Peer-Assessment?
How Does Student Goal-Setting Fit into the Formative Assessment Picture?
Module 5 - Practice, Grading, and Formative Assessment
What Is Focused Practice and How Does It Increase Student Learning?
Which Grading Practices Can Help Increase Student Learning?
What Is Instructional Traction and How Does It Support Student Learning?
Module 6 - Teacher Skills for Effective Formative Assessment
What Assessment Competencies Are Necessary for Effective Formative Assessment?
How Can Learning Targets Be Clarified?
How Do Teachers Match Learning Targets with Assessment Methods?
How Do Teachers Involve Students in Assessment Practices?
Formative Assessment Video Examples for NEE Indicator 7.4
6 video examples
Modules in this topic present the foundational concepts of understanding and using assessment data to support student growth and learning in the classroom.
Module 1 - Introduction to Assessment Literacy
What Are the Teacher's Assessment Responsibilities?
What Are Some Basic Principles of Sound Assessment?
How Can Teachers Best Interpret, Use and Communicate Assessment Results?
Why Is student Self-Assessment Important?
|Topics in this series contains materials that are targeted for beginning teacher support.|
The Beginning Teacher Assistance Module was created to support beginning teachers in NEE schools. The materials are aligned to the BTA requirements set by the State of Missouri.
Module 1 - NEE Beginning Teacher Support
What Are Some Best Practices for Using the Beginning Teacher Materials in EdHub?
Why Is the Classroom Environment Important?
How Do Motivation and Cognitive Engagement Support Student Achievement?
How Do Formative Assessment Strategies Support Student Achievement?
What Should Teachers Know About Professional Communication?
What Should Teachers Know About the Professional Rights and Responsibilities of Educators?
|This series is designed to provide information and support to teachers as they work to integrate the Common Core State Standards and Next Generation Science Standards into classroom instruction.|
Modules in this topic area focus on helping teachers understand the shifts in classroom instruction brought about by the CCSS. The modules will introduce basic concepts concerning the Common Core and will delve deeper into how to understand and use the ELA and Mathematics Standards, as well as the related Content Area Standards.
Module 1 - Introducing the Common Core Standards
What Are Priority Standards and How Are They Are Used?
What Happens When Standards Are Unwrapped?
How Do Curriculum Scope and Sequence Connect Standards to Assessment?
Module 2 - Shifts in Thinking for the CCSS
How Can We Summarize the Shifts?
How Can We Introduce the Instructional Shifts to Parents and Students
Module 3 - Working Through the Phases of Adoption the CCSS
What Are Our Expectations for the Common Core State Standards?
What Curriculum Must Be Developed for the CCSS?
What Supports Do We Need to Implement the CCSS?
Module 4 - Rigor and the Common Core State Standards
What Is Rigor?
How Can Teachers Increase Classroom Rigor?
Where Is the Rigor in My Classroom Instruction?
What Do Other Experts Say About Rigor?
Modules in this topic area examine, in detail, the instructional shifts associated with adopting the CCSS.
Module 1 - Instructional Shifts in English Language Arts and Literacy
What Does Increasing the Reading of Informational Text Mean for Teachers and Students?
Why Must Text Complexity Shift in the Move to the Common Core?
How Does the CCSS Address Academic Vocabulary?
Why Must Students Use Text-based Answers to Meet the Common Core?
How Will Writing Change if Students Must Write from Sources?
Are All Teachers Really Responsible for Teaching Literacy?
Module 2 - English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects: Appendix A
What Does the Research Say About Reading and College/Career Readiness?
How Should Teachers Determine the Complexity of Texts?
Why Is Argument Particularly Emphasized in the Standards for Writing
How Are Speaking and Listening Addressed in the Standards?
Where Do the Conventions of Standard English Fit in the CCSS for ELA and Literacy?
Module 3 - English Language Arts and Close Reading
What Is Close Reading and Why Is It Important?
What Does Close Reading Look Like in the Classroom?
How Can I Use Close Reading Strategies in My Classroom?
Modules included in this topic area focus on helping teachers adjust their mathematics instruction to meet the Common Core State Standards.
Module 1 - Instructional Shifts in Mathematics
How Will the CCSS Affect the Focus in Math Classrooms?
How Has Coherence Changed Through the Common Core?
What Changes Will Affect the Fluency Addressed in the Math Classroom?
What Are the Shifts Connected to the Conceptual Understandings of Math?
How Has Application of Math Changed Through the Common Core State Standards?
What Is Meant by Dual Intensity With Regards to the Math Standards?
Module 2 - Mathematical Practice Standards
What are the Standards for Mathematical Practice?
How Can Students Make Sense of Problems and Persevere in Solving Them with Precision?
How Can Instruction Support Students in Developing Their Abilities to Reason and to Explain Their Reasoning to Others?
What Classroom Instruction Will Help Students Become Better at Modeling with Mathematics and Using Appropriate Tools?
How Can Instruction Support Students in Learning to Look for Structure and Regularity?
Module 3 - Supporting Common Core Mathematics in the Classroom
How Can I Organize My Mathematics Classroom to Help Students Meet the Common Core State Standards?
How Can Low-Threshold and High-Ceiling Problems Help Students Meet the Common Core State Standards?
How Can Rich Tasks Help Students Meet the Common Core State Standards?
Modules in this topic examine the role technology plays in the Common Core State Standards.
Module 1 - Connecting Technology and the CCSS
Why Is Technology Used in the Common Core State Standards?
How Are Technology Standards Connected to the Common Core State Standards?
Modules in this topic focus on helping those in leadership roles within PK-12 schools understand the shifts in classroom instruction brought about by the CCSS. The modules will introduce basic concepts concerning the Common Core and will delve deeper into how instructional leaders can support and lead implementation efforts of the Common Core State Standards at their schools.
Module 1 - The Basics of the Common Core for Instructional Leaders
Why Are We Adopting the Common Core State Standards?
What Is the Best Plan for Implementing the Common Core State Standards?
What Should I See in the Classroom as Teachers Implement the CCSS?
How Can I Assess Our Progress in Implementing the New Standards?
What Are Some Common Pitfalls That Occur in the Process of Implementing the CCSS?
Modules in this topic area will examine the ways in which assessment tools and processes can be used to help guide students to achievement of the new standards.
Module 1 - Introduction to Assessment for the Common Core State Standards
How Can Common Assessment Contribute to Student Achievement with the Common Core State Standards?
What Is "Common" Assessment?
What Is the Process of Common Assessment Development?
Describe the responsibility teachers have for developing student literacy if they do not teach mathematics or English language arts. 2. Identify Common Core State Standards that can be addressed in their subject area 3. Identify ways to increase rigor in their content area 4. Identify what students must know and be able to do to be considered literate in their content area.
Module 1 - Introduction to Using the Common Core State Standards in Content-Area Classes
How Do the Common Core State Standards Affect Content-Area Teachers?
How Do You Define Literacy?
What Student Performance Indicators Demonstrate Literacy?
Modules in this topic area focus on helping teachers understand the NGSS and the changes in instruction necessary to meet those standards.
Module 1 - Introducing the Next Generation Science Standards
What Are the NGSS?
What Are Some Common Acronyms From the NGSS?
How Do The Three Dimensions of NGSS Impact Science Instruction?
Module 2 - The Interactions Project: NSTA & Next Generation Science Standards Project
What Are The Next Generation Science Standards: The Vision for Science Education and the New Role of Teachers?
What Do The NGSS Look Like in the High School Classroom?
How Do the NGSS Address a Commonly Taught Topic?
|Topics in this series focus on effective communication from teachers to students, parents and administrators.|
Modules in this topic explore the various types of communication teachers must engage in with students, parents and administrators.
Module 1 - Correct and Effective Communication
Why Is Grammar Important?
What Are Some Common Grammatical Mistakes?
How Can an Everyday Writer Create Effective Communications?
|Topics in this series focus on interdisciplinary instruction, incorporating diverse perspectives, aligning with and implementing standards.|
Modules in this topic focus on providing scaffolding, response to intervention and tiered learning.
Module 1 - Introduction to Response to Intervention (RTI)
What Is Response to Intervention or RTI?
What Characteristics Are Shared by Effective Reading Interventions?
What Characteristics Are Shared by Effective Mathematics Interventions?
Module 2 - Introduction to Universal Design for Learning
What Is Universal Design for Learning?
How Can Teachers Use UDL in the Classroom?
How Do Teachers Use the UDL Principles for Planning?
Modules in this topic will focus on aligning curriculum with standards and developing Units of Instruction.
Module 1 - Introduction to Units of Instruction
What Is a Unit of Instruction?
What Do Students Need to Know?
What Evidence Will Demonstrate Student Understanding and Learning?
What Are Essential Questions?
How Can Units of Instruction Be Translated into Lessons?
How Do I Evaluate a Unit of Instruction?
How Can I Incorporate Strategies for Measuring Student Growth and Learning Into My Instructional Practice?
Module 2 - Unit of Instruction - Examples
High School American Government - Historical Foundations of Government
Elementary Phonics - Word Analysis
Middle School English Language Arts - Personal Narratives
Algebra I - Equations and Inequalities in One Variable
Sixth Grade English Language Arts- Courage and Bravery
Fifth Grade English Language Arts- America in Conflict
Third Grade Math - Area and Perimeter
Fifth Grade Math - Measurement
|Topics in this series focus on analyzing state, building and grade or team level data for instructional purposes.|
Modules in this topic will focus on ways teachers can make use of assessment data when making instructional decisions.
Module 1 - Developing Collaborative Data Teams for Instructional Improvement
Why Do Schools Conduct Collaborative Data Work and Where Do They Begin?
What Makes a Collaborative Team Effective?
How Do Data Teams Use Data for Inquiry?
How Do Schools Employ Data-Based Decision Making to Act on Data?
|Topics in this series are designed to support those who act as instructional leaders within their school buildings and districts.|
Modules in this topic focus on supporting the skills and strategies used by educational leaders to implement and monitor the school vision and improvement activities.
Module 1 - Establishing School Vision, Mission, and Goals
Why Establish Vision and Mission?
What Makes a Vision Inclusive?
How Can School Teams Create a School Vision?
How Do School Visions Lead to Missions, Goals and SIPs?
Modules in this topic focus on supporting the skills and strategies used by educational leaders to build and support a positive school climate.
Module 1 - Promoting a Positive School Culture
What Is School Culture and Why Is it Important?
How Can School Leaders Create A Positive School Culture?
Which Strategies Contribute to a Positive School Climate?
Modules in this topic focus on the skills and strategies educational leaders use to promote effective instruction, rigorous and appropriate curriculum and assessment and comprehensive professional development.
Module 1 - The Best Practices for Network for Educator Effectiveness (NEE) Implementation
What Is the Network for Educator Effectiveness and How Does It Work?
Why Do Schools Use The Network for Educator Effectiveness?
What Practices Ensure Success with NEE?
What Personal Attributes Are Essential for Success with NEE?
What Strategies Can Create and Sustain Momentum?
Module 2 - Providing Effective Feedback to Teachers
What Process Does the Network for Educator Effectiveness Recommend for Providing Feedback to Teachers
What Are Some Best Practices Concerning Feedback Conversations?
How Do Effective School Leaders Navigate Difficult Conversations?
Modules in this Topic provide support for the Educational Leader in establishing effective practices of teaching and learning.
Module 1 - PD Quick Sessions
Kids Don't Learn From People They Don't Like
Using Noticing for Professional Growth
Cultivating a Growth Mindset
12 Words that Should be in Our Educational Vocabulary
How Can a Pineapple Support Professional Growth
Student Goal Orientations
Modules in this topic focus on the skills and strategies educational leaders use to manage operations, policies and resources.
Module 1 - Introduction to Managing Operations, Policies and Resources
What Are the Expectations for Principals Concerning Managing School Operations, Policies and Resources
What Skills and Traits Are Helpful in Managing School Operations?
How Do Effective School Principals Balance Disparate Responsibilities
Module 2 - Using Meeting Time Wisely
How Are Meeting Dollars Spent?
What Strategies Can Be Used to Plan an Effective Meeting?
What Strategies Can be Used to Effectively Facilitate a Meeting?
|Topics in this series focus on classroom management, collaboration, and maintaining positive relationships with students.|
Modules in this topic will explore the many elements that combine to create the classroom environment. Controlling these elements in order to ensure that our students are working in an atmosphere that is conducive to learning can be the first step towards support academic success.
Module 1 - Classroom Management and Motivation
What Motivation Strategies are Research-based to be Effective?
How Does Feedback Support Motivation?
How Can I Incorporate Motivation Strategies into my Classroom?
Module 2 - Management of Time, Space, Transitions and Learning
Why Is the Management of Time and Transitions Important to Student Learning?
How Do Rules and Procedures Contribute to Classroom Management?
What Classroom Disciplinary Intervention Strategies Promote Self-Control and Appropriate Behavior?
What Actions Can Teachers Take to Promote Positive Teacher-Student Relationships?
What Is Mental Set and how Does it Relate to Student Behavior and Achievement?
Module 3 - Building Community in the Classroom
What Does Research Say About Classroom Communities?
How Can I Get Started with Community Building?
How Do classroom layout, meetings, respect and problem solving contribute to community building?
How Do student goals contribute to the classroom community and help establish a culture of learning?
Why Is diversity an important topic in the learning community?
Module 4 - Building Teacher Effectiveness
Which Quick Strategies Can Improve Classroom Management?
How Can Teaching Practices Become More Effective?
Which Classroom Practices Can Improve School Climate?
Classroom Management Video Examples for NEE Indicator 5.2
4 video examples
Motivation Video Examples for NEE Indicator 5.1
8 video examples
Promoting Emotional Competence Video Examples for NEE Indicator 2.4
1 video example
Establishing Secure Relationships Video Examples for NEE Indicator 5.3b
3 video examples
Topics in this series focus on fostering adult involvement, conducting parent conferences and bringing the community into the classroom.
Modules in this topic address the connection between adult involvement and student success and will provide examples of ways schools have successfully increased family and community involvement.
Module 1 - An Introduction to Family and Community Involvement
What Does Research Say About Family and Community Involvement in Schools?
What Types of Family and Community Involvement Are Effective in Supporting Student Success?
|Topics in this series highlight the features of EdHub and NEE.|
Modules in this topic are focused on helping the user understand the purpose, functionality, and resources available in EdHub. The modules will introduce components available to EdHub members.
Module 1 - Accessing EdHub with MyDashboard
What Is EdHub?
How Do I Join My School Group in EdHub?
How Do I Access the Resources in the EdHub Library Once I Have an Account?
Module 2 - Getting to Know the EdHub Journal
What Are EdHub Journal Entries?
How Can I Create a Journal Entry?
Can Others See My Journal Entries?
Why Are There Two Ways to Create Journal Entries and How are They Different?
Module 3 - Exploring the EdHub Library
What Do Those Buttons, Links, and Tabs Do?
Where Is That Topic?
Module 4 - Introducing the EdHub Knowledge Repository
What Is the Knowledge Repository?
How Are Activity Tasks Connected to the Knowledge Repository?
Module 5 - Best Practices for Using the EdHub Library
How Can I Support Teachers in Using EdHub?
Modules in this topic provide information for teachers who are new to NEE.
Module 1 - Introduction to NEE
What Should a Teacher Know about NEE?
How Does the NEE Classroom Observation Work?
What Other Measures Are Used in the NEE Evaluation Process?
What Is the NEE Summative Report?
How Does NEE Evaluate School Administrators?
|Topics in this Series focus on the teacher's ability to understand and communicate key concepts of the content being taught, engage students with content, and meet the diverse needs of students.|
Modules in this topic will provide support to the teacher in understanding the central concepts, structures and tools of inquiry of the discipline(s) and in creating learning experiences that make these aspects of subject matter meaningful and engaging for all students.
Module 1 - Academic Vocabulary
What Is Academic Vocabulary?
Why Is Building a Strong Academic Vocabulary Important for My Students' Success?
What Strategies Work to Support Students as they Build Academic Vocabulary?
Module 2 - Connecting Teacher Content Knowledge with Student Achievement
Why Does Teacher Content Knowledge Matter?
How Can I Deepen My Content Knowledge?
Which Technology Tools Support My Content Area?
How Can a Professional Learning Network Support Professional Growth?
Content Knowledge and Academic Vocabulary Video Examples for NEE Indicator 1.1
4 video examples
Modules in this topic will explore a variety of instructional resources which were selected for inclusion because they are likely to capture student interest, engage students with the content, promote higher level thinking skills, and support student achievement of learning goals.
Module 1 - Introduction to Best Practices for Technology Integration
What Is Technology Integration?
Why Integrate Technology into Classroom Instruction?
What are Effective Uses of Technology in the Classroom?
Module 2 - Brainstorming with Technology
When Might You Use a Brainstorming Strategy in the Classroom?
How Might You Use Technology for Brainstorming Activities?
What Are Some Technology Tools that Might Work for Brainstorming Activities?
What Guidelines Might You Use for Brainstorming Activities with Technology?
Module 3 - Note-taking with Technology
What Are Some Things to Consider when Selecting a Note-Taking Application?
How Might Technology Enhance the Note-Taking Task?
How Might Technology Change the Way Note-Taking Occurs?
What are Some Guidelines for Introducing Students to Note-Taking Applications?
Module 4 - Multimedia with Technology
Why Are Multimedia Materials Important in Teaching and Learning?
What Are Some Best Practices for Using Digital Multimedia Materials?
What Digital Multimedia Tools Can Be Used to Locate or Create Materials for Teaching and Learning?
Module 5 - Collaboration with Technology
What Is Effective Collaboration?
How Can Technology Enhance Student Collaboration?
What Tools Can be Used to Support Collaborative Meetings?
What Workspace and Resource-sharing Tools can be Used to Support Collaboration?
Module 6 - Assessment with Technology
What Is the Role of Assessment in Learning?
How Can Teachers Begin Using Technology for Assessment?
What Tools Can be Used for Assessment?
Module 7 - Organizing Resource Collections with Technology
How Can Online Resource Collection Tools Assist Teachers and Students?
Which Tool Should Be Selected for Collecting and Organizing Online Resources?
What Resource Collection Tools Work Best for Classroom Use?
Instructional Resources Video for NEE Indicator 7.4
2 video examples
Modules in this topic will support teachers in effectively engaging students with the content, encouraging deep thinking, incorporating all depth of knowledge levels and planning lessons that make students an active part of the learning.
Module 1 - Cooperative Learning
What Is Cooperative Learning?
What Are Key Elements of Cooperative Learning?
What Are Cooperative Learning Groups, and How are they Formed?
Module 2 - Teaching Critical Thinking Skills
What Is Critical Thinking?
Why Is Critical Thinking Important for Today's Student?
What Does Critical Thinking Look Like in the Classroom?
How Does Argument Launch Critical Thinking?
Module 3 - Questioning
What Are Effective Questioning Techniques?
What Are the Different Types of Questions?
What Are Essential Questions?
Module 4 - Inquiry-Based Learning
What Is Inquiry-Based Learning?
Understanding and Implementing Project-Based Learning
Understanding and Implementing Problem-Based Learning
Module 5 - Introduction to Cognitive Engagement
What Is Cognitive Engagement
What Factors Make Work Engagement?
How Do Teachers Build Cognitive Engagement Into Lessons?
Cognitively Engaging Students Video Examples for NEE Indicator 1.2
5 video examples
Cooperative Learning Video Examples for NEE Indicator 4.3
2 video examples
Critical Thinking Video Examples for NEE Indicator 4.1
2 video examples
Inquiry Video Examples for NEE Indicator 1.3
1 video examples
Modules in this topic will introduce effective strategies that can be used to meet a wide variety of learning needs.
Module 1 - Cognitive Development and Differentiation
How Can Teachers Support Cognitive Development for All Students?
Where Can Differentiation Be Applied In the Instructional Process?
Which Strategies Can Teachers Use to Differentiate Instruction?
Module 2 - Learning and Prior Knowledge
How Does Prior Knowledge Contribute to Student Learning?
What Strategies Can Teachers Use to Assess, Activate and Built Prior Knowledge?
Module 3 - Supporting Student Learning
Is That Support a Scaffold or a Crutch?
How Can Reading Scaffolds Promote Student Independence?
What Content Area Scaffolding Strategies Support Student Independence?
Modules in this topic will provide a concise summary of the research behind the instructional strategies "that work" along with specific methods for using the strategies.
Module 1 - Nine Highly Effective Instructional Strategies
Who Is Marzano and Where Do the 9 Instructional Strategies Come From?
How Can I Use Instructional Strategies to Create an Environment for Learning?
Which Instructional Strategies Help Students Develop Understanding?
Module 2 - Visible Learning and Teaching
What Is Visible Learning?
How Can Visible Learning Maximize Achievement in Schools?
Where Do I Start With Visible Learning?
What Does Visible Teaching and Learning Look Like in the Classroom?
Module 3 - What Works
How Can Educators Find Out What Works?
How Does the WWC Show Educators What Works?
|Topics in this series focus on familiarizing teachers with the professional practices expected of an effective educator.|
The modules in this topic were created, with permission, from materials included in the Pennsylvania Department of Education, Educator Ethics and Conduct Toolkit. The Toolkit is a collaborative effort with Dr. Oliver Dreon, Assistant Professor and Coordinator of the Digital Learning Studio at Millersville University of Pennsylvania; Sandi Sheppeard, Director of GEAR UP and Special Projects in Academic and Student Affairs at the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education; and Carolyn Angelo, Executive Director/Legal Counsel for the Professional Standards and Practices Commission. © Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Dr. Dreon was the primary author, and completed the work under a work for hire contract.
Module 1 - The Ethical Teacher
What Are Ethics?
How Do Ethics Apply to Teaching?
Where Do the Ethics for Teachers Originate?
Module 2 - Private and Professional Lives
Where Is the Line Between Private and Professional in a Teacher's Life?
What Standards Apply to an Off-Duty Teacher's Conduct?
When Does Conduct Compromise Teaching Effectiveness?
Module 3 - Relationships with Students
What Happens When Teacher-Student Boundaries Get Crossed?
What Guidelines Can Be Used to Structure Teacher-Student Relationships?
What About Gray Areas in Teacher-Student Relationships?
Module 4 - The Connected Teacher
What Challenges Are Presented by Emerging Technologies?
How Can Teachers Maintain Professionalism in the Digital World?
What Constitutes Misconduct?
Module 5 - Teaching in a Diverse Society
How Can Teachers Meet Ethical Expectations for Working in a Diverse Society?
What Does Ethical Teaching Look Like in a Diverse Classroom?
What Forms Can Bias Take in the Classroom?
Module 6 - Improper Personal or Financial Gain
What Is Financial Impropriety in Teaching?
What Leads to Financial Impropriety?
What Are Some Possible Consequences of Financial Impropriety?
Module 7 - The Ethical Colleague
What Ethical Expectations Impact Teacher Interactions and Collaboration?
What Is an Ethical Colleague?
What Happens When You Know a Professional has Crossed the Line?
Module 8 - Fostering an Ethical School Climate
What Is Expected of Teachers in Establishing and Maintaining an Ethical School Climate?
Which Classroom Actions Are Ethical?
Modules in this topic are focused on the process of developing a professional development plan that will meet the criteria for teachers in the Network for Educator Effectiveness.
Module 1 - Introduction to Professional Development Plans
Why Am I Writing a Professional Development Plan?
What Does this Professional Development Process Mean for the Whole School?
How Does My Professional Development Plan Affect My Students?
Module 2 - Creating a Professional Development Plan
What Are the Parts of the Professional Development Plan?
How Do I Successfully Create a Professional Development Plan
What Happens Next?
Modules in this topic focus on the use of NEE resources for the evaluation and professional growth of school specialists including school librarians, school counselors and speech language pathologists.
Module 1 - Evaluation Support and PD Materials for Professional School Counselors
What Is a Comprehensive Guidance and Counseling Program?
How Can School Counselors Support Students in Career Planning and Development?
How Do School Counselors Contribute to Individual Student Planning?
What Responsive Services Are Commonly Provided by School Counselors?
Module 2 - Evaluation Support and PD Materials for School Librarians
How Does Collaboration Contribute to a Successful School Library Program?
Where Does Reading Instruction Fit in the School Library Program?
What Is the Secret to the Love of Reading?
How Does the School Librarian Provide Instruction that Addresses Multiple Literacies?
Module 3 - Evaluation Support and PD Materials for Speech-Language Pathologists
How Do Speech-Language Pathologists Demonstrate Adequate Professional Knowledge?
What Indicators Show that a Speech-Language Pathologist Complies with Requirements?
How Do Speech-Language Pathologists Demonstrate the Ability to Evaluate Students?