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Teacher Developed Instruction in the Era of Standardized Testing

Wednesday, July 16, 2014


Podcast by Dr. Tammy Lynn Woody and Dr. Amy Burkman In the era of standardized testing, there has historically been friction between the desire to teach in a manner conducive to both instructor and  PK-12 pupil needs and the imperative to adhere to highly regulated curriculum. The APUS School of Education is an educational preparation provider that strives to address critical issues such as this one.

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