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Eval11 Session 897: Knowledge, Pedagogy, Practice or Student Achievement: Evaluating a Middle School Math M.Ed. Professional Development Program

This paper discusses the outcomes evaluation of a University’s Middle School Math M.Ed. degree program. The program was initiated through a State-funded grant, in collaboration with a local urban school district and the University. The paper describes how the evaluation team and University’s...

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Meaningful Evaluation in the Context of Schools

Three presentations as they were presented at AEA 2015 for the session, "Meaningful Evaluation in the Context of Schools" on Fri, Nov 13, 2015 (03:30 PM - 04:15 PM).1. Holistically Evaluating Teacher Professional Development2. Rapid Cycles of Evaluation for School Improvement3. School Autonomy &...

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Peer-teacher science instructional coaching in K-6 rural schools

Evaluation of peer-teacher instructional coaching in K-6 rural schools is conducted by focusing on the effect of coaching on teacher coaches, coached teachers, and school culture. Following a multilevel evaluation design, findings are obtained from applying qualitative methods such as: teacher...

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Eval11 Poster 5: The Winston Salem-Forsyth County (NC) Schools/University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) Teacher Residency Program Evaluation

The Project ENRICH (Educational Network for Renewal, Innovation, Collaboration and Help) is a partnership between UNCG and Winston Salem/Forsyth County Schools for the 'purpose of simultaneous improvement of teacher education and PK-12 education.' The Teacher Residency Program is a key...

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Eval11 Poster 52: Evaluating the Re-visioning of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) Teacher Education Undergraduate Programs through a Teacher Quality Partnership Grant (TQP)

The SERVE Center entered into an agreement with the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) School of Education, to serve as the external evaluator for the Teacher Quality Partnership (TQP) ENRICH Project, a multi-year, multifaceted project. This proposal provides an overview of the...

ENRICH Revisioning Poster Handouts.pdf