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Developing Teacher Expertise to Teach
• Teachers become not only teachers of their discipline, but also develop their students’ literacy skills, and the language required to use them effectively. • Tacit knowledge of the uses of English in their specific disciplines becomes explicit, and teachers develop ways of teaching them to their specific...

http://www.ride.ri.gov/Portals/0/Uploads/Documents/Common-Core/Walqui2.pdf

Tools for Developing Teachers & Teaching
Seven Tools for Developing Teachers and Teaching is a set of practices for providing growth evoking, non-evaluative feedback and coaching to teachers. Seven Tools is designed to be used by administrators, instructional coaches, consultants, peers...

http://www.samsconnect.com/conference2014/Mike%20Rutherford%20-%207%20Tools%20Handouts.pdf

Developing Teachers
Behaviours exhibited by teachers include reflecting on and developing professional practice, participation in professional development, supporting colleagues, and liaising and communicating with parents. What are the least valid teaching practices?

https://www.suttontrust.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Developing-Teachers.pdf

Developing Teachers
Behaviours exhibited by teachers include reflecting on and developing professional practice, participation in professional development, supporting colleagues, and liaising and communicating with parents. What are the least valid teaching practices?

https://www.suttontrust.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/DEVELOPING_TEACHERS-FINAL.pdf

What makes great teaching?
Behaviours exhibited by teachers such as reflecting on and developing professional practice, participation in professional development, supporting colleagues, and liaising and communicating with parents. Question 2: “What kinds of frameworks or tools could help us to capture great teaching?”

https://www.suttontrust.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/What-makes-great-teaching-FINAL-4.11.14.pdf

Teachers Matter | Developing teachers’ knowledge and skills
teach in other types of schools or take on high-demand subject areas. Ø Develop close relationships with schools, teacher employers and the teaching profession. Ø Focus research activities within the teacher education system on the issues facing schools and teachers.

https://www.oecd.org/education/school/48627229.pdf

Developing Teachers’ Knowledge and Skills
Develop teacher profiles to anchor teacher development. Ø Develop a clear and concise statement or profile of what teachers are Ø Provide alternative routes into teaching for mid-career changers that combine formal study and on-the-job support with reduced teaching loads.

https://www.oecd.org/education/school/45399491.pdf

Preparing Teachers and Developing School Leaders
What can teacher preparation and continuing professional development do to prepare graduates to teach well in a 21st century classroom? What are the different roles and responsibilities of 21st century school leaders and how do countries succeed in developing these leaders?

https://www.oecd.org/site/eduistp2012/49850576.pdf

Preparing teachers to teach science and mathematics
Few teachers have been taught to teach their subject matter with technology and as a survey by the National Center for Education Statistics found, only 20% of the current public school teachers feel comfortable using technology in their teaching (Rosenthal, 1999). Shortages of mathematics and...

http://one2oneheights.pbworks.com/f/Niess_M.pdf

Transforming Teaching Practice | Developing the Practice of Self
teaching practice that accepts uncertainty, recognizes contextual bounds and consid. - ers multiple plausible causal explanations for events and The path to developing as a critically re¯ective teacher cannot be prescribed with. an intervention formula. The route cannot be preplannedÐit must be lived.

http://ed253jcu.pbworks.com/f/Larrivee_B_2000CriticallyReflectiveTeacher.pdf