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Build Teacher Leaders Today or Lose Teachers Tomorrow

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During this webinar, join Dr. Courtney Teague as she addresses school leaders. With teacher talent shortages globally, it's no longer a question of simply finding teacher leaders, there is a need to build it through trust. During this presentation, Dr. Teague will share her experiences and you'll learn efficient techniques for developing and engaging teacher leaders.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Monday, November 2, 2020 @ 5:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Administrator Resources
Tags: administrator resources, school leaders, teacher

Reviews (23)

Basic Member
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This was an outstanding webinar - Dr. Teague presented so much good material for anyone at any level of leadership, not just administrators. I highly recommend this webinar if you are a team lead, dept. head, instructional coach, as well as an administrator. I have recommended it to several current and past colleagues.
Basic Member
good stuff
Basic Member
Great information!
This was a great webinar! I am a classroom teacher with a desire to become an administrator one day. The frustrating thing is when you do your job well, there is usually not the opportunity for you to move up. It makes it hard to stay motivated as a teacher. Thank you for sharing your disengagement story. I have felt that myself. It's nice to know that I am not alone.
great information
I am hoping to explore administration, coaching, and other leadership roles in my school. Thank you!!
Basic Member
This is great information for both administrators and teachers.
Basic Member
Good webinar. I feel that if everyone would treat each other with the same respect they expect to receive, we can all grow a better relationship, as well as trust in one another. A community who looks out one for another, to care enough about each others well being, work as a unified team.
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