21st Symposium – Converge: Rising Together for Student Success
February 10-12, 2019
Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Dallas, Texas
Supporting educators is a proven approach to increase student learning. If we truly desire to attain educational equity in our lifetime, schools, districts, and communities must all work together to provide educators with the professional growth opportunities and resources they need to serve and empower students.
With over 900 attendees, keynote speeches from the top minds in the field, and sessions centered around today’s most critical issues, every participant will leave with key learnings to impact change. We bring together district administrators, educators, researchers, policymakers, and more with a collective investment in preparing and supporting our nation’s educators so that students succeed.
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In Case You Missed Us
Webinar: Coordinating Coaching: A District’s Approach to Student Achievement Through Instructional Coaching
New Teacher Center provided an overview of the newly released Instructional Coaching Program and Practice Standards and learned how the districts in one education agency integrated these standards into their system of teacher supports to provide quality professional learning opportunities that elevate student achievement.
NTC’s Instructional Coaching Standards provide a framework to consider the elements of a well-designed program and how to put the program into practice.
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Part 2: WEBINAR: A Baseline for Student Success: Focusing mentor practices on instruction and learning to increase student achievement
Over the last 20 years, New Teacher Center (NTC) has worked with teachers, teacher leaders, schools and school districts, researchers, state agencies, policymakers, and a range of educational institutions to define the characteristics and fundamental elements of high-quality mentoring. For the first time, NTC is publicly releasing these research-based, proven characteristics in the Mentor Practice Standards.
The Mentor Practice Standards identify the characteristics of high-quality, effective mentoring practices that increase student achievement. These standards accelerate the development of new teacher effectiveness, improve teacher retention, build teacher leadership, increase student learning, and support equitable outcomes for every learner.
This webinar built off our prior conversation on the Teacher Induction Program Standards and worked to provide:
- An overview of the Mentor Practice Standard
- An understanding of how quality mentor standards can increase student achievement
- A framework for how these standards can be implemented in districts and schools across the country
A Baseline for Student Success: Designing and Implementing an Evidence-Based and Standards-Based Teacher Induction Program
Thank you for your interest in our Education Week webinar. Over the last 20 years, New Teacher Center (NTC) has worked with state agencies, school districts, policy-making organizations, and a range of educational institutions to define the characteristics and fundamental elements of high-quality induction programs that accelerate the development of new teacher effectiveness, improve teacher retention, strengthen teacher leadership, increase student learning, and support equitable outcomes for every learner.
NTC’s Teacher Induction Program Standards (TIPS) build upon and are informed by those many years of study, consultation, collaboration, and program implementation across many contexts throughout the United States and abroad.
If you missed the webinar on the NTC Teacher Induction Program Standards? The replay is available at the following site: https://webinars.on24.com/edweek/TeacherInductionView The Webinar Recording