Why Are We Still Doing That? Positive Alternatives to Problematic Teaching Practices
This book is for K–12 teachers at all stages of their career, including preservice teachers who will be educating the next generation of students. This book provides straightforward, research-informed accounts of what makes some teaching practices problematic. It shares easy-to-implement instructional, assessment, and classroom management strategies you can use to meet the goals those problematic practices are intended to achieve . . . without the downsides or the damage.
Keeping the Promise of Quality Public Education & Public Services
With more than 11,500 members across the state, NDU supports equal opportunities for success for ALL North Dakota students, and respect and support for all educators. NDU members are teachers, community college professors, speech pathologists, bus drivers, secretaries, retired educators and student teachers.
North Dakota United is comprised of members from both the National Education Association (NEA) and the American Federation of Teachers (AFT). These unions represent a combined 4.7 million members across the United States.