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The Samuel Read Hall Education Center
at The Old Stone House Museum

This new venture is named for Samuel Read Hall because of his early contribution to American Public Education and the training of teachers through specialized classes and the founding of the first Normal School.
Partnering with Southern New Hampshire University through their Field-based program in Colchester, VT we will be sponsoring a three class series in education administration starting March 15th.  The classes are to be led by Dr. Brian Carroll of Glover and will be held on the museum campus beginning at the Twilight House and later moving to the Samuel Read Hall House in the spring.

The first class in the series will be PDED 512: Supervision Evaluation and Teacher Growth to be followed by PDED 564 School Ethics and Operation and then PDED 576 School Community Partnership and Engagement. Students may register for one or more of these 3 credit graduate level classes.  Teachers and administrators may be eligible for recertification credit and tuition reimbursement through their school districts.
These classes are approved for an education administrative endorsement by the Vermont Agency of Education.

It is hoped that these classes will be followed by additional classes in education and the arts for graduate or undergraduate credit. For further information on registration materials please contact the Samuel Read Hall Center for Education at the Old Stone House Museum at (802) 754 2022

The first class in the series will be PDED 512: Supervision Evaluation and Teacher Growth from 6:00 to 8:30 on March 16th.

Textbooks (Amazon) to be purchased for this class are below:

Buckingham, M & Coffman, C (1999). First, Break All the Rules: What the World’s Greatest Managers Do Differently. New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, ISBN [0-684-85286-1]
Marshall, Kim (2013). Rethinking Teacher Supervision and Evaluation: How to Work Smart, Build Collaboration and Close the Achievement Gap (2nd Edition). San Francisco, CA Jossey-Bass.
Wagner, R & Harter, J (2006) 12: The Elements of Great Managing, New York, NY. Gallup Press. ISBN [978-1-59562-998-2]

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