Meritorious New Teacher Candidate. Invitational Meeting of The Education and Policy Leadership Center. Monday, August 2, 2004 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Mid-Atlantic Regional Teachers Project (MARTP). Delaware District of Columbia Maryland New Jersey Pennsylvania Virginia.
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Invitational Meeting of
The Education and Policy Leadership Center
Monday, August 2, 2004
Founded in 1998 by the Laboratory for Student Success (LSS), the Maryland State Department of Education, and the Council for Basic Education.
Managed by the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE).
Funded by grants from LSS, MSDE, the Heinz Foundation, and the Education Commission of the States.
Those who have high expectations for all students and have engaged in well-designed and supervised field experiences are more likely to improve student learning.
Achieve a minimum 3.5 GPA in undergraduate professional studies program, or 3.7 GPA in a graduate program.
Complete a minimum 400 hours of supervised clinical experience, of which at least 300 hours are directed instructional student teaching.
Meet highest standard of both university supervisor and cooperating teacher.
Receive a recommendation by the college or school of education.
Teachers who have a high level of mastery of their subject matter (especially science and mathematics) are most likely to succeed in improving student learning.
Numerous studies of highly effective teachers have found a strong positive correlation between their effectiveness and their verbal skills.
For more information on the MNTC and other MARTP projects, visit:
Diana Rigden, Director
Mid-Atlantic Regional Teachers Project (MARTP)
American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education
1307 New York Avenue NW, Suite 300
Washington, DC 20005
202-293-2450; fax: 202-457-8095; firstname.lastname@example.org