January 2018 Archives

A reflective, performance-based, independent assessment of a teacher's practice could make the recertification process meaningful again, Catherine Anderson writes.


Too often, the recertification process requires a calculation of seat time, not a reflection of what was actually learned, argues Jessica Keigan.


Renewing a teaching certificate is often dreaded and painful, writes Chris Woods. Here are some ways to make it better.


Teachers should have the opportunity to pursue the learning they need, rather than simply what's required by the district, Tricia Ebner writes.


High-quality professional learning is difficult to provide in education, principal Jasmine Kullar writes. Here's a solution.


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