Ball State University’s Teachers College has created low-cost, 4-week, just-in-time modules for classroom teachers who wish to elevate their teaching effectiveness to an even higher level.
These all-online, $199 professional development courses are aligned with Indiana’s evaluation standards, whether you are using RISE, TAP, or another system. The courses will be taught by Ball State professors. Courses begin May 13 and June 17. Group pricing is available to school districts. You can learn more at www.bsu.edu/teachers/professional.
The 2013 Emens Distinguished Professorship Lecture Series welcomes Robert Marzano, co-founder and CEO of Marzano Research Laboratory (MRL), to speak at 7 p.m. April 2 in Pruis Hall at Ball State University. Marzano's research addresses current issues in teacher evaluation and best practices that lead to student achievement in the classroom. Read more
Dee joined Teachers College faculty in January as the new Director of the Office of Teacher Education Services. Dee's prior experiences in education include teaching, coaching, and administrative responsibilities. Most recently, Dee served as an Instructor at Hanover College in the school of education from 2011-12, and as a Visiting Instructor from 2010-11. In an administrative capacity at Hanover, Dee served as Director of Teacher Education and Title II Coordinator from 2011-12, and as licensing advisor and field experience coordinator during 2012. Dee also taught at Pendleton Heights High School, Elk Grove Village High School (Illinois) and as a substitute for Illinois Districts 108, 211, and 244.
Dee earned bachelor's degrees from Indiana University in Telecommunications and Political Science, (2004) a Master of Education from DePaul University in 2008, and a K-12 Principal's License from Indiana Wesleyan University in 2011.
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