CASTL

AcronymDefinition
CASTLCenter for Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning (University of Virginia)
CASTLCenter for Advanced Study in Theoretical Linguistics (Norway)
CASTLCarnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
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(7) Details of the Kenilworth entertainment are present in two contemporary printed accounts: A letter: Whearin, part of the entertainment, untoo the Queenz Maiesty, at Killingworth castl ...
which will sters, s, circus prey and s rf Fireworks over Conwy Castl herald the arrival of the first c e will ars shortly before 6pm, with the day's winners being welcomed by Cllr Brenda Taylor, chairman of Conwy Council and Cllr Ann Roberts, Mayor of Conwy, as well as Jason Done, star of BBC school drama Waterloo Road.
However, the undergraduate research team in the 2006-2009 Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (CASTL) cited access as one of the eight tensions that significantly impact how undergraduate research should/ might be defined, promoted, and practiced (Beckman and Hensel).
The JEE 1999 Annual Report <www.indiana.edu/~econed/anrpts/anrpt99/rep99.htm> called readers' attention to the Carnegie Foundation's launch of a multi-year project called the Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (CASTL), which was established to promote the development of a scholarship of teaching and learning in academe to maximize the influence of work being done in varied educational settings (Hutchings and Shulman, 1999).
In Henry Holland's Baziliologia: A Booke of Kings (1618), a portrait of Richard II appears beneath which one reads "he raigned 22 yeres, was deposed and murther'd at Pomfraict Castl: at the age of 33 yeares" (Forker 2).
Center for Advanced Study in Linguistics (CASTL), University of Tromso.
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Hatch (education, Columbia U.) describes the Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (CASTL) program's work on the transformation of teaching from a relatively isolated activity to a "public" one in which teachers are able to learn from one another, and policy makers and the general public can participate constructively in supporting and improving schools.
16-17 The Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning CASTL Campus Program, "2005 Colloquium on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Evidence of Student Learning," in conjunction with American Association for Higher Education National Conference, in Atlanta, GA; visit www.carnegiefoundation.org.
Nationally, teachers are participating in such activities as lesson studies, critical-friends groups, the PBS Mathline, the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) certification process, and, most recently, the Carnegie Foundation's Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (CASTL) program.
The Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (CASTL) represents a major initiative of The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.