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Below are examples of logic models that were created by participants at the DC Regional Teacher Leadership Summit.

The logic models are graphic organizers that show the action plans for each teacher leadership idea.

MUFSD Sustaining a Culture of Collaboration DOWNLOAD PDF
Developing Divergent Learning into a Model for Teacher Teams DOWNLOAD PDF
Expanding Resources to Engage Students and Families DOWNLOAD PDF
Cross District Learning Cohorts DOWNLOAD PDF
Building Capacity to Improve Student Achievement DOWNLOAD PDF
Systemic Collaborative Approach for Professional Growth DOWNLOAD PDF
Career Ladder Roles for Teacher Leaders DOWNLOAD PDF
Participant-Driven Model of Quality Professional Learning DOWNLOAD PDF
Implementing a Network of Teacher Ambassadors DOWNLOAD PDF
Multi-Faceted Program to Educate the Whole Child DOWNLOAD PDF
Developing Sustainable Educator Leadership Models DOWNLOAD PDF
JCSD Increasing Teacher Retention DOWNLOAD PDF
Professional Pathway Plan Supporting Teacher Leaders DOWNLOAD PDF
Teacher Leadership and Voice in the Arts DOWNLOAD PDF
STEAM Strategies and Practices Across Curricular Areas DOWNLOAD PDF
Collaboration for Dual Language Teachers DOWNLOAD PDF
Leveraging Expertise of NBCTs DOWNLOAD PDF
Co-Teacher Hybrid Roles to Build Capacity DOWNLOAD PDF
Increasing Retention of Early Career Teachers DOWNLOAD PDF
Closing the Achievement Gap with Daily Mindfulness DOWNLOAD PDF
Instructional Leadership Team (ILT) Model to Sustain Culture DOWNLOAD PDF
Collaborative Culture Through Peer Review DOWNLOAD PDF
Developing a Teacher Resource Center to Shift the Culture DOWNLOAD PDF
Intervention Strategy for Collaboration DOWNLOAD PDF

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