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Transforming the Teaching Profession: Continuums of Professional Practice Webinar

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This is the first in a series of webinars to elaborate on five critical structures lacking in education to be outlined in NNSTOY’s first White Paper, set to release on Friday, October 4th, 2013. The Professional Career Continuum Webinar will discuss professional development and advancement from both a policy and professional perspective.

Featured presenters:

Megan Allen MEGAN ALLEN is a contributing author to the white paper with her focus on professional roles for teachers and teacher leaders. Allen is an edugeek, who enjoys blogging for the Center For Teaching Quality’s TransformEd, writing about her students, and serving in various leadership roles, including the Board of Directors for the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, the Teacher Advisory Board for the Center for Teaching Quality, and the Teacher Advisory Board of Mutasia, Inc.  Allen is a fifth grade teacher and teacher leader in the Hillsborough County School District, Florida, where she serves in a hybrid role.  She is the Florida State Teacher of the Year 2010 and a finalist for National Teacher of the Year, and is a National Board Certified Teacher.

 

Emily Ayscue Hassel EMILY AYSCUE HASSEL is Co-Director of Public Impact. She provides thought leadership and oversight to Public Impact’s work on teacher and leader policy, organizational change, parental choice of schools, and emerging opportunities for dramatic improvement in pre–K to grade 12 education. Ms. Hassel is leading Public Impact's effort to develop and refine school and staffing models for reaching more students with excellent teachers. Her work has appeared in Education Week, Education Next, and other publications; she blogs for Education Next and is a frequent guest blogger on other forums, such as Education Week. Ms. Hassel was named to the inaugural class of the Aspen Teacher Leader Fellows program, designed to cultivate and support teacher leaders who are working to improve the teaching profession and student outcomes.

Katherine Bassett, NNSTOY's Executive Director, facilitated the webinar and is also a contributing author to the White Paper.

 


 

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