Archives for July, 2014

Shakeup at the DOE

Shakeup at the DOE Listen to this post! Chalkbeat is reporting a ‘slew of departures’ at the Department of Education. Here are highlights and links to Geoff Decker’s post. The Division of Teaching and Learning, a newly reconfigured office in the DOE under Chancellor Farina, has seen several high-profile departures. When Deputy Chancellor Phil Weinberg […]

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Pre K Job Fair

Listen above to WNYC’s story on this Pre K Job Fair. Highlights from the post/story on WNYC: “I feel like I’m speed-dating here,” said Dawn Posporelis, a manager at Precious Moments Nursery School in Queens, as she sat behind a table holding five-minute conversations to size up applicants. Unlike some job fairs, where the chances […]

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Jul
21

Community College Makes Huge Gains in Retention

We don’t blog very much about higher education.  We don’t train people to teach  or be administrators in higher ed.  We do partner with higher ed institutions to offer the programs we do, so we pay attention to the landscape. Listen to this post! Higher Education is undergoing a tremendous amount of change.  It’s a […]

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Jul
16

Early Childhood Masters FAQs

Here are some of the questions we’ve been answering about our Early Childhood Masters Program, for which we’ve partnered with Concordia College. We’re happy to answer these! If you see yourself in these questions, great. If not, ask us your question by emailing tim@citeonline.com   Is the cost of this program 425 per class or […]

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Jul
14

Differentiated Instruction

This series from ASCD shows Carol Ann Tomlinson talking through the challenges of differentiated instruction, and offering real tips on how to help run your classroom.

By John Russo | Best Practices
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Jul
09

Innovative PROSE Schools Announced

Innovative PROSE Schools Announced Chancellor Farina and UFT President Michael Mulgrew announced this list yesterday – the 62 schools selected to the city’s new innovative schools program, PROSE (Progressive Redesign Opportunity Schools for Excellence). (click here)   As part of the new UFT contract (more info here) the city decided that a number of schools […]

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Jul
07

11 Signs You’re a Teacher on Summer Break

Here are our 11 signs you’re a teacher on Summer Break 1. You don’t know what day it is — but you know what day school starts! 2. You’ve been on a lake in Maine for a week — reading the latest curricular materials. “Finally! A chance to catch up!” 3. You’re on Facebook. A lot. […]

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Jul
02

The Soul of Education

THE SOUL OF EDUCATION I read a wonderful book this weekend, The Soul of Education by Rachael Kessler.   Find it on Amazon here She was brought to the work by two concerns:  A desire to prevent violence, and a desire to honor the spiritual yearnings of young people.  For as she very rightly says […]

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