Monthly Archives: February 2015

“We came up with the idea — but it needed forming”

Editor's Note: The Minnesota Educator, a publication of Education Minnesota, featured Teach to Lead and the Denver summit in its March 2015 newsletter. The article was written by Glenda Holste and is available here as a PDF. Teach to Lead Innovates to Support Teacher Leadership Eric Cameron came home from the Teach to Lead Summit with a [...]

2015-02-27T19:02:54-05:00 February 27th, 2015|

“What’s your story and who do you tell?”

Editor's note: The following post is from Sarah Giddings, an NBCT and participant at the Boston Teacher Leadership Summit held at the beginning of this month. Read her reflection on the summit below. “What’s your story and who do you tell?”  This quote was a line sung in a vignette about teacher leadership at the third [...]

2015-02-25T21:53:57-05:00 February 25th, 2015|

Part 3: What do Tom Brady, dancing sharks, and teacher leadership have in common?

The following post is from Megan Allen, an NBCT and teacherpreneur at the Center for Teaching Quality (CTQ). It was first posted on CTQ's blog and is reposted with permission. This is post three of a three-part blog series. We must know our audience. I’m not sure that the beach balls and the “Wiggles/Yo-Gabagaba” style dance number met [...]

2015-02-18T19:57:08-05:00 February 17th, 2015|

Teaching is Leading: Takeaways from the Teach to Lead Summits

Editor's note: The following post is by Kelly Fitzpatrick, a confidential assistant at the U.S. Department of Education. It was first published on the U.S. Department of Education's blog, Homeroom, and is being reposted with permission.  The room was electric. Just a year ago, back in my own classroom, this scene would have been unimaginable [...]

2015-02-05T15:31:22-05:00 February 5th, 2015|