Moving Your Numbers: Higher Education Guide to Moving Your Numbers: Guide for Teacher Preparation Programs

Part of the Moving Your Numbers series.
Author(s)
Marged Howley, Aimee Howley

Description

A guide connecting the report, Moving Your Numbers, to the curriculum of teacher preparation programs. It makes the connection by (1) showing how the booklet fits with curricula in such preparation programs (i.e., programs to prepare candidates for various teaching roles), (2) providing discussion questions based on the case studies presented in the booklet, (3) suggesting activities that draw on and extend the content of the case studies, and (4) presenting additional resource materials for exploring the essential educational practices that the booklet targets. Moving Your Numbers provides teacher preparation programs with real-world examples of districts in which a focus on the education of all children--including those with disabilities--guides educators' thinking and practice. These exemplar districts contrast with other districts in which low expectations about certain students' capabilities limit those students' opportunities for learning and eventually depress their academic achievement. Recent policy language characterizes this outcome as the achievement gap, and remedying achievement gaps has become a critical concern in many school districts.

Details

Date
2012 
Type
Resource guide 
Publisher
National Center on Educational Outcomes (NCEO)
Collaborators
Council of Chief State School Officers
National Association of State Directors of Special Education

Topics

  • Education practices (K12 and transition)
    • Instructional strategies