ERIC Number: ED471195
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2002-Jan
Reference Count: N/A
What! Another New Mandate? What Award-Winning Teachers Do When School Rules Change.
These essays share award-winning teachers' strategies for adapting their classrooms to the ever-changing environment: "Professional Development Has Shaped Me and My Classroom" (Kay Wallace); "Teachers Go Back to School" (Steven T. Jackson); "Keeping Up With Change" (Caryn Smith Long); "Self-Reflection: Looking Over Your Own Shoulder" (Susan Barr); "Change Doesn't Have to Hurt" (Allison Gregerson); "I Am a Teacher and I Would Be None Other" (Lynn Kaufman); "Changing Students' Attitudes about Failure with One Word: Overload" (Jeff McAdoo); "Embracing Change" (Jim Brown); "Immersion to Inspiration" (Erika Reynolds); "Facing the Old and New" (Peter Riffle); "Why Are We Here?" (Jeff McAdoo); "Education Issues and Trends" (Colleen Cooper); "Making Less into More" (Cindy Albert);"Thinking, Changing, Rearranging: A Compass toward Affective Teaching" (Colleen Cooper); "Student-Centered Objectives: Solid Grounds in the Tides of Change" (MaryEllen Daneels); "Changes in Instruction: Change is Not Always Easy" (Kristen Dewitt); "Standards-Based Instruction" (Michelle Mash); "Successfully Teaching a High-Poverty Student Population" (Kimberly Allen); "Changes in Curriculum and Instruction" (Carmella Ettaro); "More Changes in Curriculum and Instruction" (Lloyd Barber); "Mainstreaming of New Populations" (Karen Quillen); "Introduction of New Tests and High-Stakes Tests" (Caryn Smith Long); "New Mandates for Testing" (Avalyn Balliet); "A High-Stakes Test" (Sharon Jeffrey); "Funding Issues" (Percy Hill); "Changes in Class Size and Teaching Load" (Claude Archer); "Teaching in a Multiage Classroom" (Lynn Clark); "A Community of Learners" (Luis Soria); "Who Says Standards Have to be Boring?" (Rosalyn L. Pollard); "Inclusion of New Populations" (Avalyn Balliet); "Parents: A Natural Resource" (Cindy Albert); "Change Can be a Good Thing" (Gerald Friday); "Success with School Technology" (Colleen Cooper); "Introduction of New Technologies" (Carmella Ettaro); "Reflection Leads to Change" (Linda Seeger); "Going Bookless in Earth Science" (Sharon Jeffrey); "Science Teaching is a Profession--Not a Job!" (Mary Harris); "Are We Teaching the Right Things?" (Gerald Friday); "Let the Science Standards be Your Guide" (Vincent Carbone, Jr.); "Using Innovations" (Sharon Jeffrey); "A New Teaching Innovation" (Gerald Friday); "Thoughts on September 11th" (Carmella Ettaro);"Kindergartners Face the Tragic Day" (Michelle Mash); "The Power of Dialogue" (Mary Daneels); "Helping Students Cope" (Lloyd Barber); "Care for Our Children" (Percy Hill); "September 11, 2001--'It's No Movie'" (Sharon Jeffrey); "Not Another Normal Day" (Vincent Carbone, Jr.); and "September 11, 2002: Reaction" (Steven T. Jackson). (SM)
Descriptors: Academic Standards, Class Size, Coping, Curriculum Development, Diversity (Student), Educational Change, Educational Finance, Educational Technology, Elementary Secondary Education, Faculty Development, Financial Support, High Stakes Tests, Mainstreaming, Mathematics Education, Mixed Age Grouping, Parent Participation, Poverty, Science Education, Standardized Tests, Student Attitudes, Student Evaluation, Teacher Attitudes, Teaching Load, Teaching Methods, Teaching (Occupation), Technology Education
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Publication Type: Collected Works - General
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Audience: Practitioners; Teachers
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