Teacher Leadership: Instructional Pathway
What You'll Learn

You will learn how to advocate for diversity, equity and cultural competence as you develop leadership skills in instruction, policy and/or association.

Who Should Apply
  • K12 Educators
  • Mid Career Educators
  • Veteran Educators
  • Administrators
3
micro-
credentials
15
Approximate hours each
Description
This stack is based on the Teacher Leadership Competencies that were developed in partnership by National Education Association, National Board for Professional Teaching Standards and Center for Teaching Quality. They are designed to help teachers develop leadership skills in instruction, association and educational policy. The Overarching and the Diversity, Equity and Cultural competence micro-credentials focus on competencies that all teacher leaders need to have. The Association Pathway micro-credentials focus on skills needed to be engaged in association leadership and the Policy Pathway micro-credentials focus on skills need to advocate for education equity and funding at the local state and federal levels. The instructional pathways focus on teacher leadership for classroom practice.
ProgramDescriptionAction
Coaching and Mentoring
Educator deepens understanding and application of coaching techniques.
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Community Awareness, Engagement, and Advocacy
Educator deepens involvement in community issues.
Types of Evidence Required: Written artifact, audio or video AND written documentation, Written artifact OR video

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Faciliataing Collaborative Relationships
Educator deepens their understanding and application of their abilities to facilitate collaborative relationships.
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