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Teacher Voice: Amplifying Success.


Teacher Voice: Amplifying Success

Russell J. Quaglia and Lisa L. Lande



126 pages



Teacher voice is more than a mere vocalization of ideas, say Quaglia and Lande, it is the use of the voice for the benefit of others and the school as a whole. They share data and insights from a variety of sources that demonstrate the importance and effectiveness of utilizing teacher voice, including results from the Quaglia Teacher Voice Survey, which has been administered to more than 12,000 teachers. Their topics are making teachers use their teacher voice, the untapped potential of teacher voice, pathways to teacher voice, expression of teacher voice, teacher voice: circle of influence and inspiration, teacher voice and technology, and it is time for teacher voice to be heard. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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