Description - Developing Highly Qualified Teachers by Allan A. Glatthorn
Learn how to hire, develop, and retain highly qualified teachers.
Developing Highly Qualified Teachers answers the questions "what is quality teaching" and "how is quality teaching achieved." The authors include strategies for:
- quality induction programs;
- working with marginal teachers;
- using self-directed development for quality teachers;
- using cooperative development for quality teachers;
- working with mentors;
- linking staff development with teacher development.
Addressing the NCLB guidelines, this book will help you develop a strong faculty of highly qualified teachers.
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(254mm x 177mm x mm)
Corwin Press Inc
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Author Biography - Allan A. Glatthorn
Dr. Allan A. Glatthorn (deceased) was a Distinguished Research Professor of Education (Emeritus) at East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina. Brenda Kornegay Jones is Associate Superintendent of Human Resources for Pitt County (NC) School System. Jones has served as a personnel administrator for the past fourteen years. In addition, she has worked as a principal, assistant principal, teacher recruiter, mentor, personnel director, and classroom teacher in both public and private settings. Jones has published in the areas of mathematic instructional techniques, teacher recruitment and retention, and principal development. In addition, she has presented workshops on the following topics: teacher evaluation, new principal development, teacher performance appraisal, teacher dismissal, personnel employment procedures, assessing high quality professionals, and teacher recruitment strategies. Ann Bullock is an associate professor of education at East Carolina University. She is the coordinator of alternative licensure programs, preparing teachers for all levels. She has been especially effective in preparing teachers to teach at risk students.