How teachers (really) learn, the growing teacher-powered schools movement, and revolutionizing professional development.

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CTQ - Teachers Transforming Teaching

December 2015 
Teachers collaborate at the first national teacher-powered school conference
 

Teacher teams collaborate at the first Teacher-Powered Schools National Conference in Minneapolis, MN. Thank you for your support in helping us continue this momentum.

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Barnett Berry speaks at the first national Teacher-powered conference
Teacher-powered schools pick up momentum


"In teacher-powered schools, students are at the center of every decision," Barnett Berry writes on the growing teacher-powered schools movement and takeaways from the first Teacher-Powered Schools National Conference in his CTQ blog post. "It's an extraordinarily sensible way to organize teaching and learning."

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How teachers (really) learn

How do teachers learn? What are the implications of teacher learning (or lack thereof) for students? What is the value of a teacher who really learns? During the month of November, CTQ bloggers tackled these questions and more during a round table discussion centered on topics of professional development and personalized learning.

How do you learn? Join the conversation in the CTQ Collaboratory and share your thoughts and experiences on social media using #love2learn!

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Find your virtual teacher tribe

"There is so much value in the collective power of teacher brains, and these partnerships can be found even when we don't work in brick-and-mortar traditional spaces," Megan Allen writes on utilizing the spectrum of engagement to connect with and cultivate her virtual teacher tribe and fully engage in professional learning.

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Revolutionize PD by thinking like a teacher

Brianna Crowley has a tip for administrators who wish to re-frame their roles as facilitators, leaders, and guides—and create effective professional learning for educators: think like a teacher.

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There is incredible power and perspective in thinking like a teacher. Enough power to revolutionize professional development," Brianna writes in her CTQ blog post.

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Florida Teacher Leader Fellowship

Are you a Florida educator passionate about leading your school or district to improve student learning? The Lastinger Center for Learning at the University of Florida—in partnership with the Center for Teaching Quality—is offering an opportunity to become a leader in your profession as a Florida Teacher Leader Fellow.

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