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How teens do research in the digital world
These complex and at times contradictory judgments emerge from 1) an online survey of more than 2,000 middle and high school teachers drawn from the Advanced Placement (AP) and National WritingExpand
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How Teachers Become Leaders: Learning from Practice and Research. Series on School Reform.
This book is a unique insiders look at the process that teachers experience when they assume leadership positions in their school, district, state, or writing project site. The text featuresExpand
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The impact of digital tools on student writing and how writing is taught in schools
Overview A survey of teachers who instruct American middle and high school students finds that digital technologies are impacting student writing in myriad ways and there are significant advantagesExpand
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Teacher Inquiry for Equity: Collaborating to Improve Teaching and Learning
Sarah Capitelli (2006), a first-/ 'secondgrade teacher, chose to teach at Melrose Academy in Oakland , CA, because of its Spanish bilingual program . Over the years , though , she became increasinglyExpand
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Teacher Leadership: Developing the Conditions for Learning, Support, and Sustainability
The research on teacher leadership like that of school reform has become more and more nuanced in the last two decades as the reform context has changed (Smylie, 1997; York-Barr & Duke, 2004). SinceExpand
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The role of mediating organizations for school reform: independent agents or district dependents?
This paper examines the role of mediating organizations in helping schools engage in whole school change as part of a school district's reform agenda. Specifically, it examines the Learning CommunityExpand
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