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Poor mentoring can be worse than no mentoring for vulnerable young people. That’s one of the insights for teachers provided by the revamped Sutton Trust-Education Endowment Foundation Teaching and Learning Toolkit launched today.
Physical oceanographer dives into the deep end of the science education pool
"Long lectures in the classroom may become a thing of the past," begins a report by Salt Lake City CBS affiliate KUTV which features Sarah Carlson.  A teacher at Brighton High School and 2008 graduate of DePauw University, Carlson has " 'flipped' the traditional classroom and transformed it into what will likely be the classroom of the future," according t
Well-trained, supported new CTE teachers are more likely to remain in the field and build their skills over time, resulting in a better trained teaching force.
Project SUCCESS program training 150+ mentors, retain new teachers in "high-need" areas
PUEBLO – Students who need college money, dream of teaching K-12 mathematics, or individuals who hold a degree in engineering, mathematics, or science who may want a career change to teaching are encouraged to attend a Noyce Scholars Program information session, 3 to 4 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 13 in Physics/Mathematics 103 at Colorado State University-Pueblo.
The low-cost sessions cover the latest research-based practices.
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