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TeachersCount Blog Strives to Raise the Status of the Teaching
The new blogging series for the
2011 - 2012 academic school years began in September. Discussions are changing month to month, each month focusing on a different topic. October’s
topic is standardized testing. Some aspects being explored are: High stakes testing- is it distorting and undermining the learning process? The survival of
schools and teachers has become so dependent on test scores, is this
giving powerful incentive to cut corners?
If you’re not reading
the TeachersCount Blog you’re missing out! The bloggers are Keith Newman a
teacher in the inner city of Philadelphia; Cathy Wilson, a junior high school art teacher in Utah; Esther Wojcicki, a high school journalism teacher in Palo
California; Darla Moore, a middle school teacher in Ohio; and Tanya Diaz, who teaches gifted middle school students in Miami, Florida. Dr. Susan Neimand,
Director of the School of Education at Miami Dade College, are serving as the TeachersCount expert advisor to the monthly discussions.
TeachersCount invites you to follow and participate in this insightful blog series.
TeachersCount is seeking
one more blogger to become part of our blogging community. We are looking for a Math or
Science teacher to share their opinions with our growing readership. Email your personal information and a brief writing sample to
firstname.lastname@example.org to apply for this paid and enriching position.
Receive an Exclusive Zac Posen Tote
Please reflect on what you aim to
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in 100 words or less about the intended approach you'll be putting into action with your students this year. Send your entries by November 1, 2011.
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Valued at $150,000, the
Knowles Science Teaching Fellowships’ sole purpose is to support the best and the brightest high school math and science
teachers from the onset of the credentialing process through the early years of their careers.
$150,000 is the number that is
used to value the services that are offered to the KSTF Teaching Fellow. This includes tuition assistance, monthly stipends, and financial support for
professional development and grants for teaching materials, leadership and mentoring. It is a five year program that is renewable each year.
The Fellowship is for those who
are finishing their graduate school education and about to become a teacher. A commitment to teaching for at least five years is also preferred. The
application deadline is January 11, 2012.
NASA to Award 50 New Fellowships in 2011
The NASA Endeavor
Science Teaching Certificate Project awards highly competitive one-year fellowships to 50 current and prospective teachers across the Nation.
Funding authorization for the project is provided through the NASA Endeavor Teacher Fellowship Trust Fund as a tribute to the dedicated
crew of the space shuttle Challenger.
The Endeavor Science
Teaching Certificate Project provides course fees and graduate credit from regionally accredited college partners, course materials, and a stipend
for resources, as well as the NASA Endeavor Certificate in STEM Education from Teachers College, Columbia University. There are no fees. Please
follow this link for more information