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  • Citifari | Teaching Matters
    Our Impact Publications Blog Teacher Portal Events Citifari Supports Teaching Matters Submitted by Lynette Guastaferro on Mon 05 23 2011 10 46am Citifari will offer a free landmark photo tour to the first 50 individuals that make a donation Citifari Lynette Guastaferro s blog Read more Comments Home About Our Team Blog Donate In the News Press Rohatyn Prize Services Teacher Leadership Matters Writing Matters Literacy Matters Math Matters Early

    Original URL path: http://www.teachingmatters.org/category/tags/citifari (2016-02-13)
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  • Constitution Today | Teaching Matters
    Students Take a Stand on Social Issues Submitted by Lynette Guastaferro on Tue 05 17 2011 10 56am Hundreds of middle school students will convene at the Intrepid Air and Space Museum and Pace University to take a stand Civil Rights Constitution Today Intrepid Pace Voices and Choices Lynette Guastaferro s blog Read more Comments Home About Our Team Blog Donate In the News Press Rohatyn Prize Services Teacher Leadership

    Original URL path: http://www.teachingmatters.org/category/tags/constitution-today (2016-02-13)
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  • Google | Teaching Matters
    Publications Blog Teacher Portal Events Google Marketplace Will Educator Choice Increase Innovation Submitted by Lynette Guastaferro on Tue 05 10 2011 10 42am How do you get a truly innovative educational product into the hands of classroom teachers Google Google Apps Innovation Marketplace Lynette Guastaferro s blog Read more Comments Home About Our Team Blog Donate In the News Press Rohatyn Prize Services Teacher Leadership Matters Writing Matters Literacy Matters

    Original URL path: http://www.teachingmatters.org/category/tags/google (2016-02-13)
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  • Chrome OS | Teaching Matters
    Teacher Portal Events Game Changer Submitted by Lynette Guastaferro on Mon 04 25 2011 10 27am There are two major shifts in thinking and usage when it comes to the Google Laptop and more specifically the Google Laptop in Education Chrome OS Chromium Google Laptop Lynette Guastaferro s blog Read more Comments Home About Our Team Blog Donate In the News Press Rohatyn Prize Services Teacher Leadership Matters Writing Matters

    Original URL path: http://www.teachingmatters.org/category/tags/chrome-os (2016-02-13)
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  • iZone | Teaching Matters
    Publications Blog Teacher Portal Events East Bronx Academy for the Future Innovation Unleashed in the IZone Submitted by Lynette Guastaferro on Tue 03 15 2011 2 50pm Teaching Matters the lead and founding community partner has worked collaboratively with Sarah Scrogin iZone Lynette Guastaferro s blog Read more Comments Home About Our Team Blog Donate In the News Press Rohatyn Prize Services Teacher Leadership Matters Writing Matters Literacy Matters Math

    Original URL path: http://www.teachingmatters.org/category/tags/izone (2016-02-13)
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  • admin's blog | Teaching Matters
    2 05pm An award of 15 000 to support sustain or further an innovative school learning environment that has the potential to be replicated by other schools Read more Comments Voices and Choices Institute 1 12 2011 Submitted by admin on Mon 01 10 2011 10 02am This free teacher institute is open to educators interested in implementing Voices and Choices and participating in a city wide culminating event Read more Comments NYC Connected Learning Creating the Digital Village in Urban America Submitted by admin on Mon 11 22 2010 2 23pm One of the hottest topics in American education these days is extending the learning day and with good reason Read more Comments Please Join Us for a Special Forum for Principals Submitted by admin on Sat 11 20 2010 1 00pm Karen Mapp will guide us in strategizing new ways to foster a home school connection focused on student success Read more Comments Assessing Your Innovation Capabilities Submitted by admin on Sat 11 20 2010 12 30pm Participants from around the world tuned to learn how Teaching Matters Rubric for School Innovation can be used to move schools toward becoming successful 21st century learning environments Read more Comments 2010 Global Education Conference November 15 19 Submitted by admin on Sat 11 13 2010 10 19am Sessions will take place in multiple time zones and multiple languages over the five days Read more Comments First Annual Elizabeth Rohatyn Prize for School Innovation Submitted by admin on Thu 11 04 2010 11 27am Teaching Matters announced the first annual Elizabeth Rohatyn Prize for School Innovation a 15 000 award Read more Comments Middle Schoolers Take Action on Civil Rights Submitted by admin on Fri 05 14 2010 8 27am We chose to discuss religious freedom concerning the Sikhs It is

    Original URL path: http://www.teachingmatters.org/blog/admin (2016-02-13)
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  • eodonnell's blog | Teaching Matters
    shiny new iPad I took a quick look at what was possible educationally with the device Read more Comments Google Wave and Schools Submitted by eodonnell on Tue 11 10 2009 11 15am There has been a lot of excitement in the technology world about Google s new beta project Google Wave Read more Comments Google s New Assessment Tool Submitted by eodonnell on Mon 10 05 2009 2 41pm

    Original URL path: http://www.teachingmatters.org/blog/eodonnell (2016-02-13)
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  • Are Teachers Incentivized to Succeed? | Teaching Matters
    staff numbers so that expenditures would be directly comparable without regard to discrepant staff pay As it was phased in the more advantaged schools with a disproportionate amount of salary money wouldn t be able to afford their mix of teachers Over the course of time and through attrition those more affluent schools might need to seek less expensive newer teachers or use fewer staff overall in order to maintain their higher salaries Their savings would then be redirected to other district schools with higher needs But despite initial agreement that idea foundered Another suggestion she offers is to let principals in challenged schools determine how to reward their best teachers so as to keep them She cites the example of a principal who decided to give the educators he considered most capable more money for each additional struggling student he or she was willing to accept The amount 5000 per child so if a teacher were to accept 4 more students into a class of 24 that would mean a 20 000 bounce in income Roza notes that some parents would rather have their child in a larger class of 28 students taught by a great teacher than a smaller one say with 24 taught by someone with less skill But Richard Rothstein Senior Researcher at the Economic Policy Institute and formerly chief education writer at the New York Times sees things differently He agrees that teaching in an overwhelmingly minority and low income urban is different than teaching in wealthy suburbs and that teachers in challenging urban schools deserve more money But he believes it s more important to end those schools economic and racial isolation and increase the services children receive rather than focusing on purported teacher inadequacies or elevating star teachers He also contests the idea

    Original URL path: http://www.teachingmatters.org/node/504 (2016-02-13)
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