Tag: professional development

Students & Educators
Ralph Moore 0
Online Professional Learning–At No Cost!

Keeping up with the pace of technology innovation–while simultaneously planning resource integration in an online, blended, or traditional classroom–is really more than a full-time job. So why not earn renewal credits while you do it? Through our online professional-development course offerings, participants learn how SAS® Curriculum Pathways®  helps educators achieve academic goals

Students & Educators
Nadja Young 0
South Carolina teacher evaluation system supporting professional growth

Today it is common knowledge that a classroom teacher is the single largest in-school influence on student academic growth[1].  So when South Carolina received ESEA flexibility in July, 2012, the State Department of Education immediately began an initiative empowering teachers to increase their own effectiveness. Known as the Educator Evaluation System

Students & Educators
Ralph Moore 0
Technology Integration: Where do I start?

When working with teachers in professional-development sessions, I try not to sugar-coat the reality of technology integration. It takes time and hard work to design and implement high-quality, technology-infused lesson plans. Just think about the steps involved in this process: identify a curriculum requirement, find and evaluate digital resources, plan

Students & Educators
Ralph Moore 0
GEAR UP North Carolina

The high school dropout rate in the United States is simply abysmal. Dr. Jim Goodnight, the CEO of SAS, has cited this problem as a core reason for developing SAS Curriculum Pathways and for providing it at no cost. Many outstanding organizations are working to increase graduation rates, and we

Ralph Moore 0
New Year's Resolutions and Classroom Technology

Or... How will you enhance integration in 2013? Teachers want to more effectively integrate classroom technology. The question is how to achieve that goal, that “resolution.” Teaching is an individual art. Over the past few years, professional learning communities and vertical teaming has improved collaboration. But in the end, an