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InTASC Standard 10

Leadership and Collaboration

Rebecca Talbott

on 9 February 2015

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Transcript of InTASC Standard 10

InTASC Standard 10
Leadership and Collaboration
The teacher seeks appropriate leadership roles and opportunities to take responsibility for student learning, and to collaborate with learners, families, colleagues, other school professionals, and community members to ensure learner growth and to advance the profession. (page 8)
Why is this important?
Classroom Examples
Classroom Examples
In order to demonstrate understanding of this standard, the effective teacher must consider the impact of the family and community on student learning, contribute to the overall development and improvement of the school, and work with other educators to share knowledge and improve practice. (page 28)
Paragraph 2: Teachers should contribute to school initiatives, projects, and organizations.
~ emails and phone calls to parents
~ updating Edline
~ allows parents to monitor students' performance
~ alter a lesson to include group work instead of individual work (and vice versa)
~ evaluate students' performance on a test to decide whether to reteach the concept or move on to a new one
Paragraph 3: Teachers should collaborate with teachers in a variety of ways.
Paragraph 1: Teachers should maintain regular contact with parents regarding students’ performance and events in school.
Why is this important?
~ gives parents the opportunity to be involved in school events
~ protects the teacher
Related Concepts
~ parental involvement in the educational process
Classroom Examples
~ interim reports and report cards
~ volunteers for special events
Why is this important?
Classroom Examples
~ after school tutoring sessions
~ SAT review sessions
~ shows parents and colleagues you care about the school community
~ shows students you care about their lives and interests outside of the classroom
Why is this important?
~ allows the school to run smoothly with input from everyone
~ allows the school to offer a variety of programs for students
Related Concepts
~ contribute to school initiatives and projects
~ sponsor school clubs and activities
Related Concepts
~ coach athletic teams
~ participate on school committees
Classroom Examples
~ sponsor an honor society, FEA, Mock Trial, drama club
~ coach baseball, soccer, football, track
Classroom Examples
~ share supplies with other teachers for completion of a project
~ share an activity or lesson that worked well with your students
Why is this important?
~ creates a positive work environment
~ helps teachers grow
Related Concepts
~ share materials and ideas with other teachers
~ act as a mentor teacher
~ plan lessons together to ensure effectiveness
Related Concepts
~ demonstrate/model instructional strategies for other teachers
~ maintain respectful relationships with coworkers
Classroom Examples
~ show a teacher how to use a new technology tool
~ allow a teacher to observe your class as you implement a new teaching strategy
~ creating a parent newsletter
~ chaperones for field trips
~ sponsor a class or SGA
~ join school improvement team or SAT committee
~ ensures students are receiving similar quality lessons
Classroom Examples
~ share classroom management strategies with other teachers
~ share lesson ideas and advice with new teachers
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