Teacher Leader Corp Program
What Is a Teacher Leader Corps Program?
A Teacher Leader Corps Program is a multiyear professional development opportunity that supports a teacher cadre of learners to develop in areas driven by an organization’s vision or purpose.
This is how we support your Teacher Leader Corps Program
- Mission, vision, and goal setting
- Identifying program strategies and activities
- Identifying resources
- Establishing a recruiting plan
- Planning for the teacher exhibition of newfound skills
How Will a Teacher Leader Corps Program Benefit My District?
In the words of one of our past participants: “When I joined the Teacher Leader Corps, I was beginning my second year of teaching. To be honest, I was clueless—trying to figure out my own teaching style, learning the content, attempting to master classroom management. I wholeheartedly believe that the support, challenges, and guidance I have received from the leader corps have pushed me to grow. I am now in my sixth year in the classroom, and [I’m the] campus social studies department chairperson. If you had told me five years ago that one day I would be comfortable modeling and planning lessons for other teachers, leading professional learning communities, participating, and sharing my own experiences and best practices at district department chairperson meetings, I wouldn’t have believed you.”
How Does This Partnership Work?
Districts receive consultation and support for all program components for the first two years of program implementation. During the third year of program implementation, districts receive support in one of the Teacher Leader Corps Program components of their choosing. After the third year, districts move to a monitored status and will receive the distinction of Teacher Leader Corps Implementation Districts.
Who Are We Working With?
Dekalb County Public Schools
Interested in learning about more districts’ journeys?
Order a copy of Discover Develop Deploy: Creating a Teacher Leader Corps Program by our very own Dr. Montra L. Rogers.
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