NCTQ to Release Another Report December 10

    On December 10, the National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ) will release a report on how well educator preparation programs prepare teachers to effectively manage classrooms. The report will include an analysis of 122 programs, judging them based on what NCTQ has identified as the five most important classroom management strategies:

    • Rules: Establish and teach classroom rules to communicate expectations for behavior.
    • Routines: Build structure and establish routines to help guide students in a wide variety of situations.
    • Praise: Reinforce positive behavior, using praise and other means.
    • Misbehavior: Consistently impose consequences for misbehavior.
    • Engagement: Foster and maintain student engagement by teaching interesting lessons that include opportunities for active student participation.”

    AACTE has no further information about the report at this time, but we’ll keep you posted as we learn more. Information on past NCTQ reviews is available here.

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