Teaching 2030

Teaching 2030

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In the raging controversy over the purpose of public education and how to fix the nation's underperforming schools, the voices of America's best teachers are seldom heard. Now for the first time, in a provocative book about the future of teaching and learning, 12 of America's most accomplished classroom educators join a leading advocate for a 21st-century teaching profession to bring expert pedagogical know-how and fresh and provocative policy ideas to the national school reform debate. Together they identify four emergent realities that will shape the learning experience of children born in the New Millennium, and propose six levers of change that can ignite a bright future for students by ensuring they all have access to excellent teaching.Julianna Dauble, a 5th-grade teacher in Washington State, participates in TLNa#39;s New Millennium Initiative, aimed at developing tomorrowa#39;s teacher leaders. ... People tune out objective facts and listen to talking heads expounding opinions guised as truth. ... As a result of this mad race, more students may score a bit higher on the standardized test (and keep their schools off the failing-school list), but theyanbsp;...

Title:Teaching 2030
Author: Barnett Berry
Publisher:Teachers College Press - 2011-01-01

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