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Learning Forward Presents: Building Skills for Teacher Leadership

NOTE: This is not a TOSS event, so there is a registration fee required for attendance. 

Learning Forward Tennessee is sponsoring a one day learning event designed specifically for current and future Teacher Leaders and Supervisors of Teacher Leaders.

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Event Title:  Building Skills for Teacher Leadership   

 

When:  Tuesday, November 15, 2016    (8:30 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.)  

             Registration:  8:00 a.m.

 

Where:  UT Martin - Boling University Center    (Martin, TN)

 

Focus:  A skill  set for teachers who has or will take on a leadership role in their school/district.

 

Keynote Speaker:  Dr. Paul Fleming, Assistant Commissioner of Teachers and Leaders (TN Department of Education)

 

Practitioner-led Sessions:  

- Understanding Adult Learners

-Facilitating Data Conversations

-The Rigor Ruler: Gauging Cognitive Engagement in Classroom Instruction

-Rigorous Assessments for Learning

 

Who Should Attend?   Current/Future Teacher Leaders,  Supervisors of Teacher Leaders

 

Participants' Comments from the Middle TN Spring (March, 2016)  Building Skills for Teacher Leadership sessions:

"The information and tools provided in these sessions will help me become a more effective Teacher Support Coach."

"It has me focused in a different direction as far as classroom instruction, creating rigorous assessments and setting goals using student data."

"It will directly affect the way I run my PLC meetings with my different grade levels.  It clarified my definition of rigor and made it easy to translate this information to my PLCs and professional development."

"Funny, engaging, and informative!  I learned so much about my assessments that I use in my classroom!"

"This was great.  It helped me better understand relating to adult learners."

"This will be beneficial to the teachers in our district. We will be able to have a common walkthrough tool that all are familiar with."

"Great insight into adult listening."

"I loved instructional tool for staying focused on rigor!"

"This is helpful in giving my teachers a way to define and measure rigor in instruction and engagement."

 

For detailed information (including other key benefits for the participants) and online registration, go tO:  www.learningforwardtennessee.org.  

 

If you have questions, contact Gaye Hawks, Learning Forward TN Executive Director (gayehawks.tnsdc@gmail.com). 

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