Qualities of Effective Teachers

By James H. Stronge | Go to book overview

Related ASCD Resources: Effective Teachers

At the time of publication, the following ASCD resources were available; for the most up-to-date information about ASCD resources, go to www.ascd.org. ASCD stock numbers are noted in parentheses.


Audio

Interviewing Protocols for Identifying High-Quality Teachers by James H. Stronge (Audiotape: #205081; CD: #505105)


Networks

Visit the ASCD Web site (www.ascd.org) and click on About ASCD and then on Networks for information about professional educators who have formed groups around topics, including “Quality Education.” Look in the “Network Directory” for current facilitators' addresses and phone numbers.


Print Products

ASCD Infobrief 22 (August 2000): Ensuring Teacher Quality by Carol Tell (#100297)

Educational Leadership, March 2006: Improving Professional Practice (Entire Issue #106041)

Effective Teacher Hiring: A Guide to Getting the Best by Kenneth D. Peterson (#102047)

Handbook for Qualities of Effective Teachers by James H. Stronge, Pamela D. Tucker, and Jennifer L. Hindman (#104135)

Teacher Evaluation/Teacher Portfolios (ASCD Topic Pack) (#197202) The Teacher Quality Index: A Protocol for Teacher Selection (Book and CD-ROM) James H. Stronge and Jennifer L. Hindman (#105001)


Videos and DVDs

Qualities of Effective Teachers (three video programs on one DVD, plus a facilitator's guide) (#604423)

A Visit to Classrooms of Effective Teachers (one 45-minute DVD with a comprehensive viewer's guide) (DVD: #605026; Video: #405026)

For additional resources, visit us on the World Wide Web (http://www. ascd.org), send an e-mail message to member@ascd.org, call the ASCD Service Center (1-800-933-ASCD or 703-578-9600, then press 2), send a fax to 703-575-5400, or write to Information Services, ASCD, 1703 N. Beauregard St., Alexandria, VA 22311–1714 USA.

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