An Invitation

Today’s blog is about the Teaching and Learning page on http://www.tsta.org. You can find it in the middle of the blue bar at the top of the page or just hit the link at the end of this post. There are some great resources that have just been added, and it seems like we should take every opportunity to let you know what is there. Here are some very recent examples of new and helpful items.

1. There is a new document from TEA that’s designed to help teachers understand the new STAAR tests. The document came today, and it’s already posted.

2. There is a set of forms that work well for conducting a Manifestation Determination and a Behavioral Intervention Plan for students with special needs.

3. You can find a document called, “College Advising 101 Worksheet.” It gives high school students important questions related to financial planning, academic preparedness, and life on campus. This is a nice document if you teach in a high school.

Check back often to this page. In fact, you may want to bookmark the page. TSTA is here to help. That includes the things you do in the classroom.

http://www.tsta.org/teaching/current/index.shtml

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About Paul T. Henley, Ph. D.

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