CEA Reaches Out to the Business Community
CEA President Beverly Ingle has written a series of columns on the important aspects of teaching and learning in the 21st Century. The columns were designed to reach out to the business community.
Why has CEA communicated specifically with business people? Because they are an important group of citizens who are deeply concerned about the workforce and the future of Colorado and the U.S.
As CEA members work to ensure that all students have the skills and knowledge to be successful employees and citizens, business people are valuable partners with educators. This effort has been funded by the National Education Association. President Ingle’s columns appear below.
CEA Knows What Works
The Colorado Education Association has developed “We Know What Works” and officially adopted it as a recommendation for our Colorado schools. CEA has outlined what it takes to make an impact in public education in the 21st Century, because it is critical that every public school student graduate from high school prepared for the 21st Century, ready for a globally competitive career or postsecondary education.
Partnership for 21st Century Skills
21st Century Webcast
CEA President Beverly Ingle, a middle school social studies teacher, talks about 21st Century Teaching and Learning.
21st Century TV Spots
Technology in the Classroom: featuring Michelle Pearson, a member of the National Education Association and CEA, who teaches at Hulstrom Options School in the Adams County Five Star District.
Teachers Speak Out: A group of teachers discuss what makes a good teacher. They talk about how kids learn differently and that each teacher must take different approaches to reach every student. These teachers love what they do and know that they can make a difference in student’s lives.
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