TEACHERS AS LIFELONG LEARNERS

Excerpt from my concept paper#1:

Response to Article: “A Background Paper to Inform the Development of a National Professional Development Framework for Teachers and School Leaders” (Timperley)
The first idea that resonated with me after reading Helen Timperley’s, “A Background Paper to Inform the Development of a National Professional Development Framework for Teachers and School Leaders”, is the notion of “Principle Three”, which relates to improving measurable academic outcomes for students through deep pedagogical knowledge. I feel a need to acquire a deeper understanding of the pedagogy behind recognized current research underpinning formative assessment.

Click the link to read the entire paper…concept paper#1 linda kwan

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About Cakebrain

A Vancouver English teacher preoccupied with cake... Reflecting about my learning as an educator. I am currently teaching English part time and also working part time at the Vancouver Board of Education as a Learning Technologies Mentor. This blog also contains an archive of my Concept Papers and Inquiry and Coaching Reflections (ICR) from my grad studies program at VIU (CIEL) You can follow my food and edu-tweets @Cakebrain My Class Wiki: http://uhillenglish.wikispaces.com My food blog is http://cakeonthebrain.blogspot.com
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