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Webinar: Responses to Race to the Top

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Sponsored by the Restructuring Group of ASCD Edge; moderated by Dr. Mamzelle Adolphine, group facilitator.

Promoting great teachers and leaders and using standards and assessments to improve instruction are two of the areas that the Race to the Top initiative requires schools to address. In this webinar, you will learn how two strategies have been used to address each of these areas. One strategy illustrates how a seventh grade science teacher expanded her practice by using inquiry project learning. The other strategy focuses on how educational technology is used for assessment.

Dr. Stephen Appea is currently the principal of the Dr. Rose B. English School – PS/IS 327. He is an adjunct of City University of New York and an adjunct professor of educational leadership at Hunter College. Dr. Appea is the author of: True Clues: Famous African Americans. Educational Impressions 2009. He is the recipient of the United States Congress Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition from Congresswoman Yvette Clarke in recognition of outstanding and invaluable service as a principal to the community of Ocean Hill Brownsville, May 2011.

Lee Anna Stirling, Ed.D., Teachers College, Columbia, teaches graduate curriculum and education leadership courses as an adjunct at the University of New England and other colleges. She has been a classroom teacher, administrator, and instructional coach. Lee serves on the Maine ASCD Board and hosts the ASCD EDge Inquiry Project Learning group. Topics of her articles contributed to Phi Delta Kappan, Maine Journal of Education, New England Journal of Higher Education and other publications, include teachers collaboratively learning with peers, school restructuring, arts in education, educators’ morale, and inquiry project learning.

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