Building A Culture of Teacher Leadership to Impact Student Achievement
Are you considering how you to leverage teacher leadership across Title I campuses to increase student gains? Attend a session by a high impact school leader who experienced achievement gains from 33%-49% year over year in reading and 12% math leveraging a strategy of teacher leadership and collective efficacy to cause a culture of growth. Learn about a teacher leadership framework that is effective when it includes the components of self and collective efficacy strategies, teacher self-reflection platforms, peer coaching, continuous instructional feedback, differentiated professional development, and a laser focus of refining instructional practices through the PLC cycle. Video Coaching has helped our teachers reflect upon their practices to improve teaching and learning for students. Take home a strategy and tools to empower teachers to use self-reflection and a culture of teacher leadership... so students can achieve academic success too!
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Dr. Felicia Bolden is an elementary school principal in Fort Bend ISD. She has 21 years of experience in the field of education. Her interests are teacher leadership, technology, differentiation, elementary science, supporting at-risk students, and administration. Under Dr. Bolden's Leadership at Goodman Elementary (Fort Bend ISD, TX): - The percentage of student reading at or above grade level grew from 33% to 49% year over year. (2018-19 to 2019-20) - In spite of disruption during COVID-19, students earned a 12% Gain in Reading & Math for the 2019-20 School year.