Professional Development for Secondary Math Teachers – Podcast Episode 59 | Classnotes Podcast 59
Classnotes Podcast (September 29, 2009) Expertise in teaching math can mean many things, like knowing the content and pedagogy. It also means understanding how to teach your particular content to your specific students, such as English language learners. Staff development for teachers, then, needs to consider all of these types of teacher expertise. Jack Dieckmann, Ph.D., a former senior math education specialist at IDRA and current doctoral student at Stanford, discusses how teacher training needs to validate teacher experience and address multiple dimensions like content and language development. Jack is interviewed by Aurelio Montemayor , M.Ed., director of the IDRA Texas Parent Information and Resource Center.
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