Led by PhD Student Robin Brandehoff, Dr. Margarita Bianco’s Pathways2Teaching Research Team’s Pipeline Program will be featured at the DC Teacher Preparation Summit on November 3rd-4th!
The team consists of:
Robin Brandehoff (new PhD student) & P2T research assistant – team leader
Wagma Mommand – CU Boulder PhD student & P2T research assistant
Nina Conley – DPS teacher and first P2T instructor
Anastasia Lawrence, CU Denver undgrad & P2T college mentor
Paula Gallegos, NxtGen/ Pathways2Teaching college representative
The Summit will build on the mission of Teach to Lead, which is to expand opportunities for teacher leadership by providing resources, facilitating stakeholder consultation and encouraging professional collaborations to develop and amplify the work of teacher leaders. To advance this mission, the Summit will allow the team to:
- Develop ideas for improving teacher preparation into a complete plan for moving forward
- Network with organizations, leaders and practitioners from around the country who are elevating the profession through teacher leadership
- Obtain the support of a dedicated “critical friend” from a supporting organization to advance your work
- Build relationships with the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU), American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE), ASCD, National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS), U.S. Department of Education, and many other supporting organizations.