20th National Symposium
February 11-13, 2018
Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport, Burlingame, California
Join NTC and district administrators, educators, researchers, policymakers, and all those with a collective investment in preparing and supporting our nation’s newest teachers. We know too well that keeping new and veteran teachers invested in their students and schools is critical to ensuring that students thrive. That is what our Symposium is all about: understanding the relationship between teachers and students while developing a better, clearer sense of what works.
With over 900 attendees, dozens of concurrent sessions, and four areas of focused discussion, every participant becomes an integral part of the NTC community.
Session Focus Areas:
Teacher Leadership = Student Success (Early Learning, Teacher Induction, & Instructional Coaching)
Schools as Change Agents (School Leadership & Culture)
From Education to Social Justice (Equity, Advocacy, & Policy)
The Future Starts Now (Leadership, Innovation, & Funding)
Early Bird – Pricing before December 20, 2017
- Symposium only – $500
- Pre-conference and Symposium – $760
After Early Bird – Pricing after December 20, 2017
- Symposium only – $600
- Pre-Conference and Symposium – $850
Hotel reservations are now being accepted for the upcoming event. To book your room for our 20th National Symposium click here.
NTC and Education Week Webinar
Lynn Kepp (Moderator)
Senior Vice President of Strategic Partnerships
Vice President of Program Strategy and Implementation
Milissa McClaire Gary
Senior Program Consultant of Program Strategy and Delivery
Vice President of Impact and Improvement
Monday, December 11, 2017; 2-3pm ET
Supporting Students Through Effective Educators: Evidence-Based Strategies to Increase Student Learning
Join us and Education Week for an in-depth discussion on proven ways to increase student learning, and explore how districts can support educators and get real results.
In this webinar, New Teacher Center and district partners will outline:
- The challenges districts face sifting through what works and investing in programs that increase student learning and achievement
- The evidence-based programs and research that have proven to increase student learning
- How such programs have been successfully implemented in districts and schools across the country
NASDTEC – 2018 Ted Andrews Winter Symposium
Director of Policy
January 3-5, 2018
San Diego, CA
Join New Teacher Center’s Liam Goldrick as he speaks at the 2018 5th Annual Ted Andrews Winter Symposium in San Diego, CA. The 2018 theme is: “What is Working to Retain Quality Teachers.”
Support from the Start: A 50-State Review of Policies on New Educator Induction & Mentoring
Location: Versailles Room – 2nd Floor
Time: Thursday, January 4th 11:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.Click here to learn more
Partner Event: 1440 Multiversity Education Conference: The Art and Science of Connecting Mind, Body, and Emotion for Student Success Conference
January 12-15, 2018
Multiversity Campus, 800 Bethany Drive, Scotts Valley, CA 95066
This event, The Art and Science of Connecting Mind, Body, and Emotions for Student Success will bring together teachers, mentors, coaches, school leaders, foundations, non-profits, researchers, and policymakers to explore the connections between our physical, emotional, and mental states, and the impact on motivation, learning, and overall success in school and life.
By understanding the inter-relatedness of mind, body, and emotions and preparing educators to support students with college, career, and life skills, we will reimagine the ways in which teaching and learning can impact students’ success and wellbeing over a lifetime.
Educator Workshop: Effective Feedback for Instructional Leaders
January 23 - 24, 2018
330 Twin Dolphin Drive, Suite 101, Redwood City, CA 94065
WHO: New Teacher Center to host and facilitate; registration open to all educators
REGISTRATION FEE: $500.00
Actionable feedback for teachers is critical to accelerating instructional practice and increasing student learning. But providing effective feedback that boosts teacher autonomy, self-reflection, and ownership must be learned and continuously cultivated over time.
In this workshop, instructional leaders will learn best practices and steps to fostering feedback conversations that build a trusting relationship, while ensuring that the feedback provided is actionable for teachers. Instructional leaders are provided the opportunity to observe conversations and practice their own use of language, stances, and strategies in order to apply this knowledge to their own contexts.
Suggested Hotel Accommodations (Not included in registration fee):
Extended Stay America – San Francisco – Belmont
120 Sem Ln., Belmont, CA 94002
Hotel San Carlos
26 El Camino Real • San Carlos, California 94070
If you have questions or need more information email: email@example.comRegister
In Case You Missed Us
School Leadership Counts: What Factors Make Leaders Effective
On October 31, 2017 we held a virtual discussion of School Leadership Counts, a new report from New Teacher Center and the Consortium for Policy Research in Education at the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education that identifies the specific instructional leadership and teacher leadership variables that correlate to student achievement.
As part of National Principals Month, on October 31 at 11am ET – 12pm ET,
Dr. Richard Ingersoll spoke about he report and provided a high-level analysis on the findings.
NTC’s Vice President of School Leadership, Colleen Oliver and principals from the National Association of Secondary School Principals’ Breakthrough Schools provided reactions to the report, noting how these findings play out at the district and school level.Watch The Recording
Lessons Learned from I3 Study – Implications for Districts
Explore how districts can learn from the latest U.S. Department of Education’s Investing in Innovation (i3) validation results. We will share more on the teacher-mentor program that lead to increased student learning and how districts can implement their own teacher mentor program, including:
NTC’s induction model is a gold-standard that few peer organizations can match. These results prove that NTC’s method of training exemplary teachers to mentor their newer colleagues increases student learning by making teachers more effective in the classroom.Click Here To Watch The Webinar Online
Lessons Learned from Implementing an Instructional Coach Credentialing Program
During our interview with Dr. Bernadine E. Dorantes Supervisor, Coaching and Induction and Keith Calloway, Master Coach from Broward County Public Schools they discussed the lessons learned over 4 years of implementing an Instructional Coach Credentialing program at Broward County Public Schools.
New Teacher Center Regional Program Director, East, Mimi Appel shared how New Teacher Center partnered with Broward County Public Schools to support the development and certification of more than 300 Instructional Coaches.View