Dalton's "Pedagogy Matters" and the Impact of the ISLLC
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The paper looks at how in "Pedagogy Matters", Stephanie Dalton outlines the need for pedagogy standards, pointing out that educational reform has focused on what students must learn, but has done little to help teachers understand how to teach it. The paper then examines how the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium's Standards For School Leaders looked at similar trends and difficulties in education and identified standards for administrators. The paper discusses how these standards support Dalton's model for pedagogy improvement and reform.
From the Paper:"In "Pedagogy Matters: Standards for Effective Teaching Practice", Stephanie Dalton outlines five standards for pedagogy. While discussing the impact of the emerging standards movement on the various subject areas and the socio-economic issues effecting student achievement, she cites Linda Darling-Hammond, "'...effective teaching...for all students requires more than content, child development, and motivational expertise...' What matters as much for teaching success is pedagogy." (Dalton, 1998, p. 7)"
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