Tagged: school of education

Hardin Coleman on prevention pyramids

SED Dean Hardin Coleman discusses the pros and cons of the prevention pyramid tactic for student achievement:

Hardin Coleman on NCTQ Evaluations

SED Dean Hardin Coleman reacts to the National Council on Teacher Quality Evaluations:

Hardin Coleman on BPS’ Carol Johnson

SED Dean Hardin Coleman reacts to the reappointment of Boston Public Schools Superintendent Carol Johnson: Watch this video on YouTube

SED Dean on Obama’s ed reform tactics

SED Dean Hardin Coleman reacts to President Obama’s plan for turning around underperforming schools, an approach that includes merit pay, easier removal of ineffective teachers and could taxpayers upwards of $77 billion.

SED’s Charles White on civic engagement post Arizona shooting

The MetroWest Daily News included an opinion piece by SED Associate Professor Charles White in today’s paper entitled Civic education in uncivil times:

Will Kids’ Brains Freeze From So Many Snow Days?

According to School of Education Assistant Professor Scott Seider, parents shouldn’t worry too much about how snow days affect their kid’s learning.  He told Patch.com: “It’s more challenging for teachers when the learning process is disrupted by snow. But I think there are at least 50 factors that will impact a child’s quality of education […]