Mission Aligned Planning, Assignments, and Assessments


by
Robyn Burlew July 19, 2017


Presented at:
SCL Summer Conference 2017

ABSTRACT:

Mission statements too often grace brochures and walls without informing day-to-day practice in the classroom. Teachers need to consider their school's mission statements as they plan and execute their classes. When we fail to do so, students perceive that we don't really mean what is written in our lofty documents. This workshop will focus on practical application of philosophical principles and will be particularly suited for the newer teachers.


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mission statements Planning Teachers


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Robyn Burlew
Robyn just completed her first year as Upper School Principal and Academic Dean at Veritas School in Richmond, Virginia, after serving for fifteen years at Covenant Christian Academy in Harrisburg, PA. She earned a BA in Biology from Houghton College and a M.Ed. in Integrated Curriculum and Instruction from Covenant College.

Other Contributions by Robyn Burlew

Seminar Weeks

Article - SCL Conference 2012

Education as Formation

Article - SCL Conference 2016


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