Fredericksburg Parent

August 2017

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www.FredParent.NET 15 In addition to three published white papers, Canter has released, "Advanced Concepts for a Better Future: A Guide to Building an Accelerated Classroom" on "This guide contains the best components of my white papers which discuss the critical concerns of teachers today. It also contains everything I wish I had been told when starting out as a teacher. Everything seemed so complicated and confusing when I was a first year teacher. Everyone was giving me their opinions and advice, which was helpful sometimes but often left me more confused than before. My guide is simple and easy to read. It will make any teacher (new or seasoned) feel prepared and equipped to be the best teacher possible while providing them with an understanding of the value of Accelerated Teaching," said Canter. Let's work together for a better future! Our education system can change for the better, but this can only happen once we commit to such a change." Sponsored Material " Free Teacher Training! Students should be allowed to have fun while learning new things." " You can follow Canter on Twitter, Linked In, Facebook, or to learn more. She currently teaches upper elementary and is the School Academic Coordinator for The Merit School of Stafford, which serves as the home base for Advanced Concepts for a Better Future and Accelerated Teaching Along with being an author presenter at the University of Cambridge this December, Canter will be hosting free Accelerated Teacher Trainings this summer. These trainings are open to all teachers that register on her website The best part is, teachers can choose which one to attend! "Accelerated Teacher Trainings will re-ignite your passion for teaching and guide you on how to build your own Accelerated Classroom," said Canter. The community has been very generous in their support of Canter's movement for a positive change in education. Over 20 sponsors will be providing breakfast, lunch and prizes for participants. The VDOE Coordinator of Professional Development has also approved for participants to receive a professional development certificate to reflect four hours of training.

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