Module 12 Notes
Burnouts, Dropouts, and the Promise of School Reform
The economic risks of changing careers, combined with teachers doubts about
their ability to succeed in other lines of work, keep many of them on the job.
The Critical Years Ahead
Module 13 Notes
Portfolios and Assessment Centers: Multifaceted Teachers Evaluation
Multifaceted teacher evaluation draws on multiple sources of evidence to produce
a composite portrait of a complex act.
Portfolios allows teachers to document and reflect
Rural areas are large and isolated areas of an open country with low population
density. The terms "countryside" and "rural areas" are not synonyms. Countryside"
refers to rural areas that are open. A forest, wetlands, etc. with
Teacher Salaries Notes
Teacher Salaries, State by State
In the school year ending in 2000, the average salary of U.S. public school
teachers was $41,575.
During the eighties salaries increased because of inflation, but leveled out in the
Motives for Teaching
I love working with children.
I believe that I make a difference in the students lives.
I want to help students.
I like working with young people.
I enjoy a particular subject.
I enjoy learning.
Chapter 1 Notes
Tool software assists users with creating content, and analyzing or presenting
different kinds of information.
Tool software include:
To promote improved analytic
Chapter 2 & 6 Notes
Set up the problem
provides motivation and direction/structure for students
set problems up as a story
Teach the nature of the questioning process
teach students to ask questions that will yield facts from which they can
Chapter 4 & 5 Notes
Tools you should know how to use with e-mail:
Addresses to send an e-mail
Add entries to an address book
Find entries in an address book
Make/Save a distribution list (nicknames)
Make folders for filing important e-mail messages
Chapter 3 Notes
To use the internet effectively, you must be able to:
Find the address bar in a browser, enter an address, and visit sites
Download text, graphics, and plug-ins from an Internet site
Bookmark Internet sites for later references
Chapter 7&8 Notes
Steps In Presentation:
Step 1: Outline
Step 2: Idea map(s)
Step 3: Storyboard
Step 4: Flow Chart
Step 5: Development of software product
Step 6: Presentation of the final product
a word that can be clicked on for m