This course consists of 21 video lectures and an expected completion time of 2 hours, which includes video time and individual work via provided activities and challenges. A certificate of completion will be provided after you have completed all lectures.
About This CourseIt's time to explore and master your unique teacher leadership style!
No teacher is ever "just a teacher." Discovering and owning your unique teaching and leadership style early in your career will set you up to thrive and not just survive in this challenging profession. Why limit your potential when you can hone in on those skills and bring them into your day-to-day life?
In this course, you will explore the many ways you can make your mark on your students, throughout the building, and in your community!
Are you ready to change your life through leadership?
- Identify and lean into your strengths.
- Mentor your students.
- Share your voice within your school.
- Lead in your community.
Included in this course
- 21 Video Lectures.
- Downloads and Supporting PDFs.
- Official Certificate of Completion.
- Digital Badge to show off your awesomeness.
ABOUT ERIN HEALEY
Erin Healey is an Instructional Systems Coach in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. She taught high school English for several years, earned a Master's degree in Education Psychology with a concentration in Education Technology, and continues to work closely to provide support for beginning teachers around Rhode Island at both the university and professional levels. Erin is also the Speakers Network Manager for the Teach Better Team.
ABOUT JOSHUA STAMPER
Joshua Stamper initially used his artistic talent, creativity, and original ideas as a professional graphic designer. He then transitioned to inspiring students to utilize their imagination and creative expression in public education. Being unsuccessful as a student growing up, Joshua never expected to be back in the classroom as a teacher and as an administrator. His struggles as a student spawned a passion to change the educational model, push the boundaries of traditional learning, and explore trauma informed strategies. Prior to his current role, Joshua was a middle school administrator in North Texas for nine years and loves building future leaders, implementing restorative practices, and positively impacting the lives of his students. Joshua Stamper is the Training and Development Specialist for the Teach Better Team, Author of Aspire to Lead, podcaster, and presenter.
During this course, you will learn how to:
Identify and lean into your strengths.
Mentor your students.
Share your voice within your school.
Lead in your community.
Included in this course:
21 Video Lectures.
Downloads and Supporting PDFs.
Official Certificate of Completion.
Digital Badge to show off your awesomeness.
Frequently Asked Questions
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