Campaign: Winter Campaign

Just Ask

There are so many different ideas and opinions about how to improve schools, teaching, and learning. We hear from parents, educators, administrators, policy makers, and everyone who has access to a soapbox. The one voice we rarely hear is that of students. This idea is to institute a regular questioning process with students to gather insight into a school's progress, to collect new ideas for new directions, and to empower ...more »

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City : Alameda

State : CA

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Campaign: Winter Campaign

Increasing Teacher Voice in Problem Solving at the District Level

I would like to increase teacher voice at the district office, not just telling them what the problems are, but actually being on committees that help offer solutions to the problems. What are some ways we can do this?

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City : Pendleton

State : South Carolina

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Campaign: Winter Campaign

The Whole Educator

NJ ASCD believes in order to provide a full service experience where children and families needs are met on a daily basis, the entire teacher must be fulfilled, too. Perseverance must play a significantly central role in an educator’s life in order to meet the needs of the whole child. A healthy teacher becomes a lifelong learner and leader. A whole teacher better models and supports a whole child and their family. NJ ...more »

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City : Flemington

State : New Jersey

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Campaign: Denver Teacher Leadership Summit

Framework 2021: A P-20 Vision for Colorado

Framework 2021 unites and influences the P-20 educational community promoting excellence for each learner. The framework will provide professional growth, voice, and innovation for Colorado educators; advocacy and success for each Colorado learner.

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City : Salida

State : CO

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Campaign: Fall 2014 Campaign

Give Teachers a Voice in Teacher Preparation

The teaching profession changes so fast (data, technology, culture, etc.) while many teacher preparation/credential programs remain behind-the-times, not adequately preparing teachers for current or future classrooms. Just 1 example: - All levels of educators indicate data use as being important (Marsh et al., 2005), yet - training programs for teachers have generally not addressed data skills & data-informed decision-making ...more »

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City : Laguna Beach

State : California

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