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What is the average salary for instructional staff in Delaware? $60,746
What is Student Variability? differences among students in regard to their developmental needs, interests, abilities, and disabilities
What is student Diversity? differences among students in regard to gender, race, ethnicity, culture, religion, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic status
What is high stakes testing? achievement tests that have high stakes consequences for students, teachers, and administrators
What are some benefits of teaching? vacation time, able to be home over the summer with their kids, fringe benefits such as medical insurance and retirement plans
What is Special Education? a teaching specialty for meeting the special educational needs of exceptional learners
How many teachers are in the US? 3.5 million as of 2008
What is tenure? job security granted to teachers after satisfactory performance for a specified period, usually 2-5 years
How many decisions do teachers make daily? 3,000
What is Vocational Education? The teachers train students to work in fields such as health care, business, auto repair, communications, and technology
What does IEP stand for? Individualize Education Program
What is collaboration? The practice of working together, sharing decision making and solving problems among professionals
What are professional organizations? groups that teachers belong to that help them become better teachers
What is a Charter School? Independent public schools, often founded by teachers, that are given a charter to operate by a school district, state, or national government
What are the three requirments for a highly qualified teacher? A bachelor's degree, full state certifications, and knowledge of each subject they teach
What is alternative teacher certification? a provision allowing people who have completed college but not a teacher education program to become certified teachers
What are challenges of teaching tech savvy students? they don't have a different way of learning because they are so engaged in their technology; if you hand them a book, they're going to ask "this is all there is?"
How are teachers dealing with tech savvy students? Teachers integrate technology into their teaching
How much time does a teen spend on technology a day? 10 hours and 45 minutes including 4 and a half hours of watching TV, 1 hour and 10 minutes playing video games, and 7 hours and 38 minutes using cell phones, iPods, and other electronic devices
What are some specialized areas of teaching? Art, Music, Vocational, Physical Education, and Special Education
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