Presentation on theme: "CRSCD Teacher Leadership System FEBRUARY, 2015. CRCSD & CREA share the VISION To provide all teachers with multiple opportunities to hone their exceptional."— Presentation transcript:
CRSCD Teacher Leadership System FEBRUARY, 2015
CRCSD & CREA share the VISION To provide all teachers with multiple opportunities to hone their exceptional instructional skills while learning and practicing strategies to bring out the best in their colleagues.
Collaboration is important Joint participation on grant application Memorandum of Understanding ( MOU) developed before we knew we had received the grant Opportunity for additional coaching through NEA Foundation grant
MOU : Selection Process The interview team: Will include at least as many teachers as administrators Will be agreed upon, at the building level, by the CREA Rep and the building administrator Will be agreed upon, at the district level, by the Deputy Superintendent and the President of the Teacher’s Association
MOU : Evaluation A separate evaluation tool to measure performance of teachers in teacher leadership positions Teacher leaders maintain their 279 Contract and are placed back in a position that meets their licensure Not progressing on the measures of performance and professional growth Teacher leader chooses to not continue as a teacher leader
Think About it & Talk about it Think about these questions. How are you already collaborating through this Teacher Leadership process? What is one area you might need to improve in collaboration? What ideas, that you hear today, would you like to try in your district? Share your answers
Additional Information CRCSD Teacher Leadership System web-site leadership/system/ leadership/system/ Dr. Trace Pickering : Assistant Superintendent Stephen Probert : Teacher Leadership System Facilitator Tania Johnson: CREA President & Resolution Team Facilitator