Tue, Jul 14 | We'll send you a calendar invite and link

July Community Conversation of Collaboration Nation's Professional Learning and Development Group

Please join us and fellow teacher leaders for our community's July conversation about anti-racist and collaborative practices to transform learning in schools.
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July Community Conversation of Collaboration Nation's Professional Learning and Development Group

Time & Location

Jul 14, 2020, 4:30 PM – 5:15 PM EDT
We'll send you a calendar invite and link

About the event

On Tuesday, July 14th from 4:30pm - 5:15pm, our community conversation at the Intersection of collaboration and racial equity will focus on:  How can we as teacher leaders, utilize anti-racist and collaborative practices to transform educational culture and improve learning? How do we begin?

During this time of uncertainty, we find ourselves returning to fundamental questions defined by our community. We felt that this is the right time to bring the conversation about racial equity to the forefront to become more skilled co-conspirators and catalysts of change. This is our chance to deepen educational equity by examining the intersection of collaboration and racial equity.

Note: The topic of Transitions and Knowing each Student will occur in August. By then, we will, hopefully, know more about how school will occur in the fall.

We hold community discussions on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 4:30 PM. As a result of registering at the link above, you will automatically receive an invitation to each conversation. Each conversation follows our Know:Show:Grow framework:

  • Know: How do we really Know each of our students?
  • Show: How can we Show-up as teacher leaders?
  • Grow: How might we continue to Grow through collaboration?

The Collaboration Nation Professional Learning and Development group provides holistic support for teacher leaders to transform the collaborative culture of education from what it used to be, through what it is now, and into what it must become.  Our purpose is to provide, cultivate, and document practices and experiences that promote successful learning through equitable collaboration. We provide holistic support for teacher leaders to transition the collaborative culture of education from what it used to be, through what it is now, and into what it must become. 

Learn more about us: https://youtu.be/L4Thek9PGqc

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