Monthly Archives: March 2011

Supporting High Quality Programs – Program Coherence

My colleague, Jim Salzman, inspired me to write this blog about program coherence. As part of my work with the Illinois Mathematics and Science Partnership, I developed a short seminar on the issues of logic models, implementation fidelity, and program … Continue reading

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Welcome to my blog. When considering the start-up of these posts, I was really attracted to the idea of communicating with my peers regularly, but informally. Often, our work restricts our contact to the business of the day or the … Continue reading

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Supporting High Quality Grant Programs – Identifying Key Components of PD

This blog comes courtesy of a recent black-out of technology at my office. No internet, no technology. Just the rather daunting stack of journals that I have yet to read, so for that, I am eternally thankful for the storm! … Continue reading

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