Join us for the 2nd Annual Teacher New Year Reboot Conference. Religious studies provide a heavy set of arguments that demand serious attention of religious educators, not only in the US but also across other international communities. The third aspect- duty by relationship actually applies in the school setting as well because teachers are operating, as we said, in loco parentis.
This includes ensuring that all students have access to excellent educators. A non-commercial Educate the Educators program was created in the 1990s to help overcome this gap. Teacher Professional development also allows teachers to gain knowledge or access to new curriculum resources and emerging technology tools for the classroom.
The International Geosynthetics Society has revived the Educate the Educators initiative with the creation of a new non-commercial program, which multiple organizations have signed on to support (e.g., IFAI, Geosynthetic Institute). She works as a museum educator at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland where she develops and facilitates classroom presentations, museum tours, and art workshops for students across the state.
Established in 1989, the Paul D. Coverdell World Wise Schools program is dedicated to promoting global learning through lesson plans, activities, and eventsâ€”all based on Peace Corps Volunteer experiences. Teacher professional development takes on many forms. As the world continues to evolve and the momentum of change accelerates, the pressure on educators to produce students who are academically proficient to manage the demands of the 21st century will continue to increase.
Explore our blog to see how teachers use GoNoodle in the classroom. Developed by educators through a partnership with VisaÂ®, Practical Money Skills provides curriculum for Pre-K through 12th grade. ADEs provide best practices and leadership in education through published lessons, courses, books, and more.