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File NameDocument DescriptionContent TypeFile SizeDate AddedLast Updated
Approved Courses.pdfCOURSES IN EDUCATIONAL ADMINSTRATION PROVIDED BY ALABAMA UNIVERSITIESPDF32 KB4/16/20106/21/2011
Ala_Continuum_for_Instructional_Leader_Development.pdfThe Alabama Continuum for Instructional Leaders Development offers a shared vision and common language to guide an instructional leader’s professional development across his or her career. It is a tool for self-assessment, personal and collegial reflection, goal setting, and professional learning.PDF2315 KB6/27/20116/27/2011
Alabama_Educator_Code_of_Ethics.pdfThe Alabama Educator Code of Ethics defines the professional behavior of educators in Alabama and serves as a guide to ethical conduct.PDF42 KB6/27/20116/27/2011
Alabama_Professional_Development_Standards.pdfThe Standards for Effective Professional Development should be used as a guide in developing your LEA Professional Development Plan and implementing activities under that plan.PDF11 KB6/27/20116/27/2011
Alabama_Quality_Teaching_Standards.pdfEDUCATEAlabama, the formative system designed to provide information about an educator’s current level of practice within the Alabama Continuum for Teacher Development, which is based on the Alabama Quality Teaching Standards.PDF160 KB6/27/20116/27/2011
Alabama_Standards_for_Instructional_Leaders.pdfAll leaders are held to the Alabama Standards for Instructional Leaders to realize the mission of enhancing school leadership among principals and administrators in Alabama resulting in improved academic achievement for all students.PDF74 KB6/27/20116/27/2011
SREB 10V14_Leadership_Reform_Alabama.pdfThe School Leadership Change Emerging in Alabama publication is the results of the Governor’s Congress on School Leadership’s statewide paradigm shift to a firm belief that Alabama’s principals must be instructional leaders as opposed to school administrators.PDF284 KB6/28/20116/28/2011
Professional Pathways.pdfThe proposed Professional Pathways for Alabama Teachers outlines fives stages of career development for teachers—ranging from Apprentice Teacher to Master Teacher and Learning Designer. This figure also summarizes the requirements for entry to each designation.PDF427 KB6/28/20116/28/2011
Alabama Continuum for Teacher Development.pdfThe Alabama Continuum of Teacher Development addresses and provides support for increased teacher learning and development through informed self-reflection.PDF1452 KB6/28/20116/28/2011
Quality Teaching.pdfQuality Teaching alignment to and in support of the Alabama Quality Teaching Standards and the Alabama Continuum for Teacher Development.PDF167 KB6/28/20116/28/2011
Instructional_Leadership_Stds_CODE.pdfThe Alabama Administrative Code stipulates requirements for the study of instructional leadership.PDF53 KB6/27/20116/28/2011
Pride School Climate Survey Announcement and Survey Forms.pdfPride School Climate Survey Announcement and Survey FormsPDF366 KB6/29/20116/29/2011