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         Teacher Advisory:     more books (100)
  1. SemiSHDetached Teachers: Building Advisory & Support Relationships in Classrooms (School Development and the Management of Change) by Colin Biott, 1990-10-01
  2. Glencoe Mathematics Algebra 1 by Berchie Holliday, Gilbert Cuevas, 2004-01-01
  3. Assessing Learning: Librarians and Teachers as Partners (Genreflecting Advisory Series) by Violet H. Harada, Joan M. Yoshina, 2005-06-30
  4. Treasure Chest: A Teacher Advisory Source Book by Cheryl Hoversten, 1991-11
  5. The advisory teacher's diary by Suzy Powling, 1988
  6. Nurturing a Teacher Advisory Program by Claire G. Cole, 1992-12
  7. Advisory Teacher's Manual (Kids' Stuff)
  8. Life Lessons for Young Adolescents: An Advisory Guide for Teachers by Fred Schrumpf, Sharon Freiburg, et all 1993-12
  9. Enhancing Professional Development for Teachers: Potential Uses of Information Technology, Report of a Workshop by Committee on Enhancing Professional Development for Teachers, National Academies Teacher Advisory Council, et all 2007-09-07
  10. Glencoe Mathematics Algebra 1 Virginia Edition [Teacher's Wraparound Edition] by Virginia Teacher Advisory Board, 2005
  11. Whole School Curriculum Development In The Primary School by Jennifer Nias Cambridge Institute of Education; Geoff Southworth Cambridge Institute of Education; Penelope Campbell Advisory TeacherEssex LEA., 1992-02-01
  12. [Miscellaneous publications, not catalogued separately] by Teachers Advisory Council on Alcohol and Drug Education, 1991
  13. Linking Mandatory Professional Development With High-quality Teaching and Transcripts by National Academies Teacher Advisory Coun, National Research Council (U. S.), 2006-04
  14. Maintain an occupational advisory committee (Professional teacher education module series)

Teacher Advisory Committee. The Teacher Advisory Committee is an exciting opportunity that is open to 15 educators yearly in the Channel 38 and Channel 20
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Teacher Advisory Committee
The Teacher Advisory Committee is an exciting opportunity that is open to 15 educators yearly in the Channel 38 and Channel 20 viewing areas. The committee helps choose the new ITV programming that will be broadcast on Wisconsin Public Television during the following school year for use in Wisconsin classrooms. The Teacher Advisory Committee meets once every year. Members of the Teacher Advisory Committee take part in a statewide ITV selection process and have the opportunity to interact with state and local educators. The committee is divided into three, five-member subcommitteesone each for grade level: K-4, 5-8 and 9-12. Teacher Advisory Committee members:
  • Tape the new ITV series that are aired during ITV Peview. Solicit comments from colleagues and students about their reactions to the ITV Preview series. Acquaint themselves with ITV series currently offered within their grade. Become familiar with the use of instructional television in their school.
During the one-day meeting, the committee members share feedback they received from teachers in their schools; review data gathered from the ITV Preview ballots; and recommend which series to add to, and which ones to drop from the following year's ITV broadcast schedule on Wisconsin Public TV.

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Please note the following special scores in the 'Marks' section:
Exempt - the assignment does not count towards the student's mark
Blank score - the student's test or quiz mark is pending until the student writes the test or quiz [ Back ]

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