Welcome to My TeachingPartners Live Collaborative
The people at the Center for Teaching Quality know that writing is a powerful medium for influencing teachers. They know that research has shown that the majority of Americans have “trust and confidence in teachers” (PDK/Gallup 2014), and they believe that teachers should leverage the public’s confidence in teachers to support and further best practices in the classroom and across the school.
In this TeachingPartners Live Collaborative, I make use of all the Center for Teaching Quality knows and all I have learned personally to facilitate participants’ development of a written piece that they can use to engage parents for the purpose of engaging them with a specific policy, program, initiative, technology, or pedagogical approach.
I work with participants to outline a piece designed to engage parents and commit them to a particular action. Topics include new initiatives, valuable programs, innovative technologies, assessment practices, research findings, or policy changes.
To make the most of this archived webinar, take a moment to take a look at materials collected here at the working group established for our workshop. And while you’re here, take a minute now to add a post to the Workgroup Feed. You post will be shared with me but also with other teachers who have viewed this webinar in an effort to improve their practice. Our Workgroup Feed keeps workshop participants connected via real-time summary of ideas, suggestions, and resources unique to our workshop.
And, although I believe that the practices I am presenting are great skills for every teacher to have to advocate for the policies he or she believes in, thanks to the Center for Teaching Quality it is also possible for you to earn a micro-credential for your participation in this TeachingPartners Live Collaborative. Check out the other tabs on this page to find out more about how you can earn a micro-credential that verifies the skills discussed in this Collaborative.