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Teacher Quality Enhancement Project

This page contains links to a series of professional development modules.  Fifteen modules addressing the topics within PEPE competences I, III, IV, VII, and VIII can be accessed by mouse clicking on the link in "b" below.  Additional modules addressing all competencies will be added soon.   After completing each module, please complete a feedback survey for that module.  Each module has links to these surveys or you can access the survey forms by mouse clicking on the link in "c" below.

a. Welcome

b. Access the Modules 

c. Module Feedback Forms 


Welcome Message


Dear Alabama Teacher or Administrator:

The Alabama Department of Education is happy to make available to you these professional development modules.  Created as part of Alabama's Teacher Quality Enhancement Project, these modules are intended to help you augment your knowledge and skills in the PEPE competencies and indicators.  These competencies and indicators are the descriptions of teaching performance that serve as the basis for the PEPE Teacher Evaluation System.  As you know, this information is based on research in effective teaching; i.e., teaching that produces student learning and best practice in Alabama classrooms and classrooms throughout the country.

We hope that these modules will be an enjoyable approach to professional growth.  More importantly, however, we hope that they will be valuable to you and, ultimately, to those you teach.

Sincerely,

Joseph B. Morton
State Superintendent of Education

 

This page was updated on 08/21/2004

   

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