#UTEdChat Questions for 10/18 – Teacher Leader Roles #TLUtah
This week we have Allison Riddle (@UtahTOY2014) an Elementary Mentor Supervisor in Davis School District leading the discussion on Teacher Leader Roles. If you haven’t already followed Allison via Twitter (@UtahTOY2014) you should probably do so because it will help you to better follow the chat.
As always, please be sure to include #UTedChat in your responses so everyone participating can see your thoughts and ideas.
Q1: Tweet the first 3 words that come to mind when you read “highly effective teacher”. Beyond salary limitations, why do you think we struggle with
Q2: Beyond salary limitations, why do you think we struggle with long-term teacher retention in Utah?
Q3: How would you define Teacher Leadership?
Q4: In what ways do you use your time and expertise as a Teacher Leader?
Q5: In what ways would a recognized Teacher Leadership position benefit student learning?
Q6: How can we increase teacher voice in Utah?
Allison Riddle is a 29-year veteran elementary teacher and is currently the Elementary Mentor Supervisor for Davis District. Allison is Utah’s 2014 Teacher of the Year, and she represents Utah’s teachers as a member of Governor Herbert’s Education Excellence Commission. Allison is a Global Fellow with the NEA Foundation and will study schools in South Africa next summer. Allison is currently researching mentoring and Teacher Leadership with Weber State University.
You can follow Allison via Twitter at @UtahTOY2014.
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