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Extractions: Portfolios Help Teachers Reflect on What Makes Good Teaching Connecticut's demanding two-year support and assessment program for new teachers, Beginning Educator Support and Training (BEST), is gaining national attention. The program includes mentoring, seminars, a personal portfolio, and an analysis of the teacher's performance. Included: Education World talks with two beginning teachers who completed the portfolio process and two veteran teachers who score new teachers' portfolios. All share why they like the program. Connecticut teacher Matthew Guarraia had another person to grade last spring besides the students in his fifth-grade class: himself. As part of the Connecticut Department of Education's two-year teacher program Beginning Educator Support and Training (BEST), Guarraia and hundreds of other second-year teachers handed in portfolios last spring. The portfolio of each teacher's work included documentation of between five and eight days of instruction in the same class, examples of student work, videotapes of two lessons, and a self-analysis of the teacher's performance.
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Extractions: on the WWW Best wishes for a healthy, fulfilling and wonderful 2001. Welcome back students to an educational semester filled with learning challenges and successes. May we follow the path of peace and understanding set forth by Dr. King's achievements. Winter Institute for Future Teachers - Saturday, January 20, 2001, 9 - 6, WH 110 and adjacent rooms. Please let David know if you might be interested in participating in this 4th annual conference for middle school and high school students. Enrollment Watch - Decisions to cancel will be made later this week enrollment as of 1/16/01, 8:30 pm - these courses will be watched for increases this week 6612 ECE 215 25 Foundations of ECE Swaminathan - 4 students
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Extractions: OVERVIEW: With the exception of sessions I and II (information about which may be found below), each professional development session runs either 3 or 6 hours (half day or full day) and offers participants the opportunity to explore, in depth, a new skill, concept, or idea related to evaluation. Professional Development sessions are offered independently of the regular sessions for the conference and require a separate fee in order to attend. FEES: Half day sessions for members are $75 and whole day sessions are $150. For students the fees are $40 and $80 respectively and for non-members the fees are $100 and $200. Register for these using the conference registration form. SESSION LIST: Professional Development Sessions are offered according to time period: Session Time Date Off-Site Opportunities various 30-31 Oct 00 Tuesday Full-Day Sessions 31 Oct 00 Wednesday Full-Day Sessions 1 Nov 00 Wednesday A.M. Sessions 1 Nov 00 Wednesday P.M. Sessions 1 Nov 00 Sunday A.M. Sessions 5 Nov 00 Off-Site Opportunities Various 30-31 Oct 00 Note: In order to register for Session 1 or 2, you must contact the session organizers directly rather than use your regular conference registration.
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Extractions: Other Articles This Week ... Staffing School Administrators Article S C H O O L A D M I N I S T R A T O R S A R T I C L E At a time when school districts nationwide are experiencing teacher shortages, districts that historically have difficulty attracting and retaining quality teachers are really scrambling for staff. This week Education World explores the effects of the teacher shortage on remote and rural schools. Included: What are schools doing to solve the shortage? When Reid Riedlinger advertises for staff, he offers them subsidized housing, laptop computers, eight computers and a copy machine for each classroom, and a full-time teaching assistant! Riedlinger, superintendent of schools in the two-building Wellpinit School District, which serves 402 K-12 children on the Spokane Indian Reservation in Washington, also offers classes that average just 17 students. Plus, he told Education World, he throws in free breakfast and lunch if teachers eat it with students, and he promises no staff meetings longer than 30 minutes.