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PD math app for teachers

Apple iPad education apps provide learning opportunities aimed at students, and now there is one created specifically for educators.
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A new iPad education app was created specifically for educators. Teach N’ Kids Learn has just released the first app of a series titled, Classroom Instructional Improvement (Ci2) Protocol for Mathematics. Ci2 Protocol for Mathematics ties professional development for teachers with the observation and feedback process used by instructional coaches/department heads and administrators.

Ci2 Protocol provides teachers and administrators a tool to conduct focused observations of classroom instruction as a prelude to targeted feedback and pre-professional development recommendations; provides access to model videos and other rigorous professional development; and can be used as a post-professional development tool to ascertain if the professional development has transferred into the classroom.



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