Coming Soon: Another Master Teacher Collaborative

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March has been busy, as our 2013 SAS Curriculum Pathways Master Teachers have wrapped up their capstone projects!

Middle school teachers Julie Stern and Katie Hutchison presented a session at the North Carolina Middle School Conference in Greensboro, while Stacie Jordan presented at the Mid-America Association for Computers in Education spring conference at Kansas State University. Finally, high school algebra teacher Gary Martinez joined Julie Stern to participate in an on-demand professional development webcast that will be available later this spring from SAS.

Katie Hutchison and Julie Stern presented at the annual North Carolina Association for Middle Level Education Conference

Did the teachers who participated in this cohort enjoy the experience? Well, here is what they said:

  • "I'm inspired and wanting to do more now!"
  • "Thanks again for a great experience!"
  • "The collaboration between the course participants was valuable."
  • "[The Master Teacher Collaborative] encouraged better communication between faculty in our building."
  • "The forums provided great insight into others' experiences."
  • "This was a great experience! I have really enjoyed working with the resources and the collaboration involved with them."

Interested in Participating in the 2014 Master Teacher Collaborative?

To become eligible, applicants must complete two SAS Curriculum Pathways professional development opportunities (either online courses, on-site workshops, or a combination of both) by August 1, 2014.

For more details, visit our web site. We hope you will consider joining us in the fall for this fun and rewarding experience.

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Ralph Moore

Ralph Moore coordinates and conducts professional development for Curriculum Pathways. He works with schools and organizations around the country and has presented at conferences for organizations such as the National Council for the Social Studies and the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. A former army officer and social studies teacher, he spent 10 years on the Curriculum Pathways humanities team creating new digital curriculum products.

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