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Student Variability Students all learn and develop at different times.
Student Diversity Students in the class room come from different ethnic backgrounds and different cultures.
High Stakes Testing a test with important consequences for the test taker. Passing has important benefits, such as a high school diploma, a scholarship, or a license to practice a profession.
Tenure Job granted to teachers 2-5 years experience
IEP Individualized education program
ELLs English Language Learners
Charter schools They are independent public schools, often founded by teachers, that are given a charter to operate by a school district, state, or national government.
Magnet schools A school that offers a curriculum that focuses on a specific area such as the performing arts, mathematics, science, international studies, or technology.
3 requirements for highly qualified teacher Bachelors degree, Full state certification, Knowledge of subject taught
Alternative certification a person is awarded a teaching license even though that person has not completed a traditional teacher certification program.
Collaboration meaningful authentic relationships among professionals
Peer coaching Arrangement whereby teachers grow professionally by observing one another's teaching and providing constructive criticism.
How many teachers are in the U.S 3.7 million
Pedagogical knowledge Extensive knowledge of subject matter
Vocational Education Education within vocational schools that prepares people for a specific trade.
Created by: Christian_Vega