The contribution that teacher leaders make in schools is absolutely essential to making a significant impact on student outcomes. When teachers work together, change really happens!
Building School Capacity - Leading Teacher Teams is a three-day workshop that prepares school-based teacher leaders to effectively facilitate their teacher teams.
Day 1 (November 17th) provides an overview of the leader’s role, strategies for effective facilitation and corresponding hands-on activities for acquiring and strengthening skills needed for guiding peers in deepening their practice.
Day 2 (November 19th) emphasizes strategies for optimizing team instructional decision-making through the careful analysis of data and student work.
Day 3 (November 24th) builds on the 2-day institute by addressing the important work of establishing a coherent instructional foundation in the school. Participants who attend the workshop will learn strategies for leading teams to establish common assessments and common curriculum. With these fundamentals in place, teacher teams will be better prepared to engage in inquiry around instruction and student learning.
Participants who attend this three-day workshop will return to their buildings ready to go with a set of strategies and tools aimed at building school capacity for important Common Core-aligned work.
Primary audience: Identified and potential teacher leaders, instructional leaders, and AP in grades K-12
Dates & Time: November 17th, November 19th, November 24th. Breakfast and registration begin at 8:30am. Workshop promptly starts at 8:45am.
Location: Teaching Matters - 475 Riverside Drive, Suite 1270, New York, NY 10115
Directions: Teaching Matters is located between West 119th and 120th Streets, and between Riverside Drive and Claremont Avenue, one block west of Broadway. Please use the 61 Claremont entrance and get a visitor's pass from the front desk. Once you check in at the front desk, please proceed to the 12th floor and enter suite 1270.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Michael Bruno, Operations and Talent Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-870-3505.
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Developing, retaining and measurably increasing teachers' ability to give students in urban public schools an excellent education.