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  • 16 Jul
    How Great Teachers Help Build New Teacher Pipeline

    The Rutgers Alternate Route program exemplifies how personal experiences with inspiring teachers can influence career choice and help build a new teacher pipeline. Candidates in this alternative certification program have shared anecdotes about the great educators who influenced their decision to become teachers themselves after experiencing their engaging lessons, inclusive classroom culture, subject passion, and genuine concern for students.

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  • 09 Jul
    Strong Reflective Teaching Practice Results in Micro-credential for New Jersey Teachers

    The Rutgers Alternate Route program has reached a significant milestone as its latest cohort of educators received the Reflective Teaching micro-credential. This achievement comes after a full year of rigorous self-examination and professional growth within the Supervised Provisional Teaching II course.

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  • 01 Jul
    Here’s How Teachers Can Use Technology to Collaborate with Colleagues

    Most people are aware that teachers wear many hats. They're lesson plan architects, instructional coaches, and cheerleaders for their students. But no teacher is an island. Collaboration is essential for educator success, and fostering a strong network of support can make all the difference.

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  • 21 Jun
    Teachers Trade and Discover Effective Tips for Collaborating with Student Families

    In a recent social media chat, teachers from various subjects, grade levels, and backgrounds came together to share their insights on education technology. The chat revealed that many teachers are using technology beyond their classrooms and leveraging it for effective collaboration with parents and caregivers.

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  • 13 Jun
    Why Teachers Should Foster Critical Thinking in Their Classrooms

    In today's world, information is abundant. But simply absorbing facts isn't enough. Equipping students with the ability to analyze, evaluate, and engage critically with information is essential. This is where critical thinking comes in, playing a transformative role in the language arts classroom.

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