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World Class Teaching MOOC-Ed, brought to you by the NC State Institute for Emerging Issues

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Unit 6 Introduction

This is your time to put your best ideas to action. In Unit 6 you have the opportunity to submit your Community Action Plan to be considered for funding and support up to $17,500. For additional details, visit 6.3 Uploading Community Action Plans.

1 min2014 APR 11
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Unit 6 Introduction

Unit 5 Introduction

In this week2019s discussion forums we ask you to share your Guide to Action with the MOOC-Ed community and to offer comments, thoughts, and suggestions for others2019 plans. We encourage you to seek out potential partners in your area to join your team and to make these Community Action Plans a reality. By connecting with others in the MOOC-Ed and discovering what resources and partners are available to you, a truly powerful plan for supporting world-class teachers can be determined. The essential questions for this unit are: Where are the resources to make your Guide to Action possible? Who are the partners needed to make this plan a success?

1 min2014 APR 4
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Unit 5 Introduction

NC General Assembly Members Panel

Watch or listen to a bipartisan panel of legislators from North Carolina2019s General Assembly as they discuss the current state of the teaching profession in North Carolina, and their ideas for improving and supporting our state2019s teaching workforce. They share their thoughts on what attainable policies could be tailored for the state, as well as, their insights into the General Assembly2019s future plans concerning teachers and students.

42 min2014 MAR 28
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NC General Assembly Members Panel

Unit 4 Introduction

The essential questions for this unit are: In considering your idea, what would success look like? What are the existing assets that can be utilized / repurposed?

1 min2014 MAR 28
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Unit 4 Introduction

Sunny Ladd

At Teachers and the Great Economic Debate, policy professor Sunny Ladd delivers a response to Chetty2019s remarks; providing her thoughts on measuring the value-add of educators (22:13)

22 min2014 MAR 20
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Sunny Ladd

Raj Chetty

At Teachers and the Great Economic Debate, economist Raj Chetty presents his research on qualifying the long-term economic influence of a world class teacher (24:08)

24 min2014 MAR 20
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Raj Chetty

Former Teacher Town Hall Panel

Former Teacher Town Hall Session 2013 Recognizing that the voice of a teacher who has left the classroom is one that is rarely heard, this Teacher Town Hall conversation engaged several former teachers who were high performing in the classroom. Appreciating that when a high-quality teacher decides to leave the classroom, we lose on student outcomes, this panel of classroom teachers who were recognized as excellent educators but who chose to leave North Carolina2019s classrooms was one of the more moving, inspiring and thoughtful sessions from the 2014 Emerging Issues Forum. Moderated by John Merrow, Education Correspondent for PBS Newshour and President of Learning Matters, they discuss the reasons they chose to leave and what they think it will take to retain high-quality teachers in North Carolina.

46 min2014 MAR 20
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Former Teacher Town Hall Panel

Unit 3 Introduction

The essential questions for this unit are: Which of the 5 priorities identified in Unit 2 has the greatest potential in your school, district or community? How can you begin to build ground-level support for one or more of these priorities in your school, district, or community? Continuing to think about world-class teachers and their importance as it relates to economic development, how might your idea / priority impact economic development for your local community?

1 min2014 MAR 20
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Unit 3 Introduction

Unit 2 Introduction

Our essential questions are: What is the greatest area of opportunity for improving teacher quality in your school, district or community? Which of the five top priorities coming out of the 2014 Forum has the greatest potential to helping you achieve the goal of improving teacher quality in your school / community?

1 min2014 MAR 14
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Unit 2 Introduction

Unit 2: Patricia Campbell

Patricia Campbell, member of the NC Board of Nursing from 2014 Emerging Issues Forum: Teachers and the Great Economic Debate

8 min2014 MAR 13
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Unit 2: Patricia Campbell

Latest Episodes

Unit 6 Introduction

This is your time to put your best ideas to action. In Unit 6 you have the opportunity to submit your Community Action Plan to be considered for funding and support up to $17,500. For additional details, visit 6.3 Uploading Community Action Plans.

1 min2014 APR 11
Comments
Unit 6 Introduction

Unit 5 Introduction

In this week2019s discussion forums we ask you to share your Guide to Action with the MOOC-Ed community and to offer comments, thoughts, and suggestions for others2019 plans. We encourage you to seek out potential partners in your area to join your team and to make these Community Action Plans a reality. By connecting with others in the MOOC-Ed and discovering what resources and partners are available to you, a truly powerful plan for supporting world-class teachers can be determined. The essential questions for this unit are: Where are the resources to make your Guide to Action possible? Who are the partners needed to make this plan a success?

1 min2014 APR 4
Comments
Unit 5 Introduction

NC General Assembly Members Panel

Watch or listen to a bipartisan panel of legislators from North Carolina2019s General Assembly as they discuss the current state of the teaching profession in North Carolina, and their ideas for improving and supporting our state2019s teaching workforce. They share their thoughts on what attainable policies could be tailored for the state, as well as, their insights into the General Assembly2019s future plans concerning teachers and students.

42 min2014 MAR 28
Comments
NC General Assembly Members Panel

Unit 4 Introduction

The essential questions for this unit are: In considering your idea, what would success look like? What are the existing assets that can be utilized / repurposed?

1 min2014 MAR 28
Comments
Unit 4 Introduction

Sunny Ladd

At Teachers and the Great Economic Debate, policy professor Sunny Ladd delivers a response to Chetty2019s remarks; providing her thoughts on measuring the value-add of educators (22:13)

22 min2014 MAR 20
Comments
Sunny Ladd

Raj Chetty

At Teachers and the Great Economic Debate, economist Raj Chetty presents his research on qualifying the long-term economic influence of a world class teacher (24:08)

24 min2014 MAR 20
Comments
Raj Chetty

Former Teacher Town Hall Panel

Former Teacher Town Hall Session 2013 Recognizing that the voice of a teacher who has left the classroom is one that is rarely heard, this Teacher Town Hall conversation engaged several former teachers who were high performing in the classroom. Appreciating that when a high-quality teacher decides to leave the classroom, we lose on student outcomes, this panel of classroom teachers who were recognized as excellent educators but who chose to leave North Carolina2019s classrooms was one of the more moving, inspiring and thoughtful sessions from the 2014 Emerging Issues Forum. Moderated by John Merrow, Education Correspondent for PBS Newshour and President of Learning Matters, they discuss the reasons they chose to leave and what they think it will take to retain high-quality teachers in North Carolina.

46 min2014 MAR 20
Comments
Former Teacher Town Hall Panel

Unit 3 Introduction

The essential questions for this unit are: Which of the 5 priorities identified in Unit 2 has the greatest potential in your school, district or community? How can you begin to build ground-level support for one or more of these priorities in your school, district, or community? Continuing to think about world-class teachers and their importance as it relates to economic development, how might your idea / priority impact economic development for your local community?

1 min2014 MAR 20
Comments
Unit 3 Introduction

Unit 2 Introduction

Our essential questions are: What is the greatest area of opportunity for improving teacher quality in your school, district or community? Which of the five top priorities coming out of the 2014 Forum has the greatest potential to helping you achieve the goal of improving teacher quality in your school / community?

1 min2014 MAR 14
Comments
Unit 2 Introduction

Unit 2: Patricia Campbell

Patricia Campbell, member of the NC Board of Nursing from 2014 Emerging Issues Forum: Teachers and the Great Economic Debate

8 min2014 MAR 13
Comments
Unit 2: Patricia Campbell
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