Detailed Agenda Introduction To Leadership Formatted
INTRODUCTION TO LEADERSHIP
Activity Materials / Procedure Time
General Materials Purpose / Audience
• LCD / Computer • Purpose: Help participants gain an understanding of the nature
of teacher leadership
• Audience: MSC Representatives, STEM, & LEA (would also be
appropriate for Teacher Leaders)
Introduction to Leadership Materials: 45 minutes
• PowerPoint presentation
• Thumbprints of PowerPoint
• Reflection sheet: Introduction to Leadership
1) Begin PowerPoint reviewing slides 1- 4. Stop at slide 4 and have 10 minutes
participants reflect on their earliest leadership experience. Have them
use the reflection sheet to record their answer. Ask three or four
participants to share with whole group.
2) Move to slides 5 & 6. This is an individual reflection guided by 15 minutes
questions in PPT. Answers may be recorded on reflection sheet.
3) After allowing time for personal reflection, have participants share
their reflections with others at their table.
4) Summarize using slide 7 & 8 (Rhetorical): Are leaders born or 5 minutes
5) Review PPT slides 8 – 12 on Leadership Development in MMSTLC 5 minutes
6) Leadership Hierarchy (slides 13 & 14): Review & comment. 5 minutes
7) Leadership Components: These components may be amended as you 5 minutes
develop your own program.
Levels by Role (from PPT):
• Teacher Leadership Identifying and developing teachers to provide leadership in supporting mathematics and science instruction
• Building And District Leadership Supporting principals and other administrators in leading reform and making appropriate decisions around
mathematics and science
• Higher Education Leadership Engaging mathematics and science faculty in partnerships to support secondary education and enhance
understanding of policy and pedagogical issues
• Mathematics And Science Center Leadership Developing capacity to support teacher specialist leaders and high needs schools through
partnerships, research, and professional development programs
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