Leadership Institute (2009) The
Teacher Leadership Institute, a year-long professional development
experience for practicing teachers, is designed to assist
teachers with the collaborative implementation of quality
instructional design for 21st century learners.
The Institute provides selected teacher
leaders with a quality professional development experience
focused on the following concepts: the 21st Century digital
learner; 21st Century content in the context of real-world
applications using 21st Century tools; quality instructional
design; performance assessments in the cont4xt of assessment
for and of learning; modeled book study; strategic planning
for county-wide implementation of professional development,
and professional development modules designed to assist
county teams in facilitating professional development focused
on 21st Century learning.
These teachers will post on-line units to the West Virginia
Department of Education Teach 21 site for all educators
to use in their classrooms.
2008-2009 Teacher Leadership
(l. to r.) Debbie Thompson, Leslie Bowers, Sheila
Patricia Sickler, Beth Sites, Frances Propst
2007-2008 Teacher Leadership
Middle School Team
(back l. to r.) Sheila Evick, Nicole Hevener, Sheila
(front) Session trainer
Homework Help Abounds Online
Technology Frequently Asked Questions:
These are the questions answered in this section.
to free programs and sites, which may be of interest to
parents and teachers, are available here. Read
more. . .
For example, Tinyspell
sits in the corner of your screen and monitors typing. If
you misspell a word, it sounds an alert.
Another is Babel Fish from Alta Vista. Translate
this page into Russian by typing the URL in the space provided.
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The Instruction section of the Policy Manual contains the
Acceptable Use Policy. You
may open the 7-page document here.
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