Tag Name: teacher leadership

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Protected: Now on Teacher Voice: Changing Careers, Part TwoIn this episode of Teacher Voice: The Podcast, we revisit stories from teachers who have come to teaching from another profession. Hear how the experiences they had in their previous professions inform what they prioritize in their teaching today.2020
Protected: Teacher’s Lounge: So You Think You Can PublishRealizing a long-term goal of publishing a science curriculum.2020
Protected: Call and Response: The Impact of KnowlesWe asked teachers in the Knowles community to reply to this prompt: “C. Harry Knowles, founder of the Knowles Teacher Initiative, passed away recently at 91. How has being a Knowles Fellow impacted your teaching or career?” Here are their responses.2020
Now on Teacher Voice: Changing CareersIn this episode of Teacher Voice: The Podcast, we talk with teachers who have come to teaching after having a different career. What was it that drew these career changers to the teaching profession?2020
Lessons in LanguageA look at language use in my science classroom through an inquiry lens.2020
Now on Teacher Voice: Process, Process, ProcessIn this episode of Teacher Voice: The Podcast, Knowles Fellows discuss the crucial nature of collaborators in writing impactful stories. Join Kaleidoscope staff members as they explore the impact of a published article and discuss how writing can be an act of leadership.2018
Weather and Climate: A Story of Teacher LeadershipComparing real-life weather and climate with lunchtime conversations in the teacher's lounge.2018
Leadership as Stance: Leading from Inside the ClassroomExploring the ways that my view of teacher leadership is enacted during informal interactions between teachers.2017
Raise Your Hand: Changing Students’ LivesThis issue, we asked teachers in the Knowles community to share stories of instances where a teacher’s leadership in or out of the classroom had a direct influence on a student’s life.2017
From the Editors’ Desk: Our Current Narratives Aren’t EnoughYou can tell from perusing this issue that we’ve been thinking quite a bit about “super-teacher” stories—the narratives surrounding what these teachers do, where those narratives come from, and how they affect our identities as teachers and learners.2017