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Navigating Educational Change: Creating P-12 NCLB Resource Guides
Unformatted Document Text:  • Engaging in a conversation on conducting on-line and library research to identify resources for diverse settings (e.g., elementary, middle, and high school, and urban, suburban, and rural schools). • Viewing and discussing authentic examples of a variety of resource guides for each of the major components. The roundtable will begin with a brief overview of the major components of NCLB and their implications for teaching and learning. Next, participants will discuss how educators can research and create P-12 resource guides to better meet their needs and to inform others about the requirements of NCLB. Finally, a showcase of authentic, fully developed resource guides created by teachers and administrators during a semester-long course about Educational Change will be provided. The session will conclude with the participants discussing what ideas they will take with them that they could share with other teachers, teacher educators, grade-level teams, schools, and districts. References Bracey, G. W. (2003). The 13 th Bracey Report on the condition of public education. Phi Delta Kappan, 85(2), 148-164. Cohen, J. S. (2005, April 8). No Child Left Behind rules could be relaxed. Chicago Tribune, p. 1 U. S. Department of Education. No child left behind. http://www.ed.gov/nclb/landing.jhtml

Authors: Lieberman, Joyce.
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Engaging in a conversation on conducting on-line and library research to identify
resources for diverse settings (e.g., elementary, middle, and high school, and urban,
suburban, and rural schools).
Viewing and discussing authentic examples of a variety of resource guides for each of the
major components.
The roundtable will begin with a brief overview of the major components of NCLB and their
implications for teaching and learning. Next, participants will discuss how educators can
research and create P-12 resource guides to better meet their needs and to inform others about the
requirements of NCLB. Finally, a showcase of authentic, fully developed resource guides
created by teachers and administrators during a semester-long course about Educational Change
will be provided. The session will conclude with the participants discussing what ideas they will
take with them that they could share with other teachers, teacher educators, grade-level teams,
schools, and districts.
References
Bracey, G. W. (2003). The 13
th
Bracey Report on the condition of public education. Phi Delta
Kappan, 85(2), 148-164.
Cohen, J. S. (2005, April 8). No Child Left Behind rules could be relaxed. Chicago Tribune, p. 1
U. S. Department of Education. No child left behind.


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