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TEACHING 2030: A powerful vision of how to transform teaching into the profession that students deserve.

TEACHING 2030: A powerful vision of how to transform teaching into the profession that students deserve.

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    • TEACHING 2030 What We Must Do for Our Students and Our Public Schools … Now and in the Future
    • Barnett Berry who taught long ago … August 2011 Oakland University
    • … and 12 expert teachers … August 2011 Oakland University
    • … co-wrote TEACHING 2030
        • For a quick glimpse into the ideas behind our book, TEACHING 2030, check out the video on our website at:
        • www.teaching2030.org .
      August 2011 Oakland University
    • 3-12-3 Activity
        • 3 minutes: Brainstorm words and phrases that resonated with you while watching the video; write down one idea per note
        • 12 minutes: Pile all notes in the middle of your table and then select three cards with an elbow partner; generate a common theme, based on the selected cards from the brainstorming; focus on challenges and solutions to the vision for the future
        • 3 minutes: Present the theme to your table for a maximum of three minutes and explain the thinking behind your response
      Oakland University August 2011
    • Greatest Challenges
        • Add ideas from the large group sharing here …
      Oakland University August 2011
    • Creative Solutions
        • Add ideas from the large group sharing here …
      Oakland University August 2011
        • Teacherpreneur: Expert teacher who teaches students regularly while also serving in leadership roles beyond the classroom
      Unleashing the Power and Potential August 2011 Oakland University
        • We must blur the lines of distinction between those who TEACH and those who LEAD .
      The Future of Teaching and Learning August 2011 Oakland University
    • Team Time
        • What do teacherpreneurs most need to do in your school/district community?
        • What activities, systems, and programs do you currently have in place to support teacher leadership?
        • What more can you do to support teachers as teacherpreneurs?
      Oakland University August 2011
    • World Café
        • For the emergent realities, please consider:
        • Where do you see this emergent reality already in action in your school or district?
        • What resources can be leveraged to better support this emergent reality in the future?
      Oakland University August 2011
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    • August 2011 Oakland University
    • August 2011 NCSL Presentation
    • August 2011 NCSL Presentation
    • On the cusp of a great opportunity… August 2011 NCSL Presentation
    • Getting It Right: Show Evidence August 2011 Oakland University
    • Getting It Right: Math and Science Leadership Academy August 2011 Oakland University
    • Getting It Right: Carpe Diem August 2011 Oakland University
    • Getting It Right: TeachersTV August 2011 Oakland University
    • Getting It Right: CTQ’s Teacher Leaders Network (TLN) August 2011 Oakland University
    • For More Information
        • Please visit our website
        • at www.teaching2030.org .
        • Contact Melissa Rasberry
        • at [email_address]
        • to join our ongoing conversation
        • about TEACHING 2030.
      August 2011 Oakland University