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Boettcher Teacher Residency: Resident and Alumni Spotlight

By PEBC / September 7, 2017

In order to showcase the diverse talent and experiences of Boettcher Teacher Residents and Alumni statewide and provide a glimpse […]

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Engaging Secondary Students through Community

By PEBC / September 6, 2017

New school year, new student mindset School wasn’t Carlos’ thing but he promised himself that this year he’d do better: […]

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Classroom Norms Synergized through Awareness as Learners

By PEBC / September 5, 2017

Moments that change your thinking I was sitting on a cold aluminum bleacher watching a tied third quarter high school […]

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How Do You Keep Teachers In Rural Ignacio? You Grow Your Own

By PEBC / August 15, 2017

Jenny Brundin/CPR NewsBoettcher teacher resident Dusty Mars says he’s amazed by what’s expected of teachers and how rigorously they’re evaluated […]

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Measures to improve how Colorado prepares future teachers

By PEBC / August 13, 2017

Colorado’s natural resources – from our abundant natural gas to unparalleled open spaces – have fueled the state’s most recent […]

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PEBC collaborates with Colorado Higher Ed and Districts to Study Effectiveness of Teacher Residency

By PEBC / July 11, 2017

The Colorado Consortium of Residency Educators (CO-CORE), a unique group of partners across higher education and non-profit organizations in Colorado, […]

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PEBC welcomes Jocelyn Stephens, M.Ed. as the new Executive Director of Education

By PEBC / June 23, 2017

Jocelyn Stephens, MEd We are proud to announce that PEBC’s new Executive Director of Education will be Jocelyn Stephens, M.Ed.  Jocelyn […]

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Teacher shortage in Colorado reaches critical condition

By PEBC / March 5, 2017

DENVER –Public school teachers are in high demand in Colorado, but efforts to increase their numbers have so far fallen […]

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Address the Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practice within a Math Workshop

By Wendy Ward Hoffer / February 21, 2017

Wendy Ward Hoffer Encourage students to become “unstuck” by utilizing strategies from the Minds on Math Institute on March 7-8th, […]

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Classroom Agreements

By Wendy Ward Hoffer / January 23, 2017

How will we treat each other, ourselves, our equipment, our time as learners? Shared agreements build community. We can intentionally […]

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Equipping students for success

By PEBC / January 3, 2017

Eric Ball, the assistant principal at Collins Elementary (Boone County) takes notes during a visit to Grandview Elementary (Bellevue Independent) […]

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Four Steps for Getting Unstuck

By Wendy Ward Hoffer / December 8, 2016

Distinguish Productive Struggle from Despair When we raise the bar and ask learners to rise up with greater effort, we […]

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