Educational Renaissance

Welcome to Educational Renaissance, the journal of The Renaissance Group, a national consortium of colleges and universities with a major commitment to the preparation of educational professionals and to the promotion of exemplary practices, partnerships, and leadership that ensure high levels of teaching and learning in all of America's schools.

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New Issue now available

 
The Renaissance Group is pleased to present the Winter 2014 issue of the journal Educational Renaissance.  In this issue, we present a featured article plus the selected proceedings from the Fall 2013 Joint Conference of TESCU and TRG.  

In addition to the conference proceedings, a number of multimedia presentations were shared by “Concurrent Sessions” presenters at the joint conference.  These presentations can be viewed by visiting http://www.renaissancegroup.org.

 
Posted: 2014-02-09
 
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Vol 2, No 2 (2014): Educational Renaissance

Table of Contents

Editors' Welcome

Editors' Welcome PDF
James E. Marshall, Patrick Newell, Paul Beare

Articles

Examining the Reliability of a Culminating Teacher Education Assessment and Discovering Areas for Reform PDF
Lisa D. Murley, Rebecca Stobaugh, Pamela Jukes, Janet Tassell

Conference Proceedings

Fall 2013 Joint Conference of TECSCU and TRG: Reflections PDF
Michael Giovannetti, Katy Heyning
Reflections on the Future of Higher Education PDF
John D. Welty
Common Core State Standards (CCSS) – Higher Education’s Role In Developing Education Professionals: An Evaluation of the Network for Instructional Support and Enhancement (NISE) Program at the University of Central Missouri PDF
Tammy Allen, Scott Ammon, Amie Breshears, Brad Drace, Jennifer Huseman, Dan Jensen, Vicki Orcutt
Transforming Clinical Practice in Teacher Education through Pre-Service Co-Teaching and Coaching PDF
Toni S. Strieker, Maria Shaheen, Daphne Hubbard, Lee Digiovanni, Woong Lim


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ISSN: 2161-1602