School of Education- Rider University Fall 2009- Welcome!


Designing the Conceptual Framework- Challenges to 21st Century Teachers

This is our site for sharing  knowledge and concepts surrounding our vision and direction of the  School of Education at Rider University.  Our first collaborative think tank was held on Thursday, September 3rd and we developed tremendous ideas to shape our conceptual framework to meet the challenges of the 21st Century teachers.  Using an output model, our student assessments and training of today’s teacher candidates demonstrate a rich grasp of pertinent content knowledge and instructional strategies that will enhance and impact P-12 learners.  This site will feature technology training, relevant industry articles and published posts by our highly respected faculty.  Here is a link to our first developmental meeting presentation and a video explanation of our vision and focus. [ ?posts_id=2625505&dest=-1]

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2 Responses to “School of Education- Rider University Fall 2009- Welcome!”

  1. 1 Mr WordPress September 14, 2009 at 11:15 pm

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  2. 2 Tamar Jacobson September 15, 2009 at 5:51 pm

    This looks interesting indeed! Thanks, Suzanne.
    I received this link today from a colleague – an article by Alfie Kohn that some members of our SED might find interesting!

    Best wishes to all of us in this new 21st Century Internet era!!

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