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Summary of the ULearn15 keynote with reflection graphic 

Teacher Learning and Leadership Program in Ontario

Articles by Dr Ann Lieberman

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Summary of the ULearn15 keynote with reflection graphic 

Teacher Learning and Leadership Program in Ontario

Articles by Dr Ann Lieberman

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Speaker: Ann Lieberman

Dr Ann Lieberman was previously a Senior Scholar at The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and is Professor Emeritus of Education at Teachers College, Columbia University. Lieberman is widely known for her work in the areas of teacher leadership and development, collaborative research, networks and school-university partnerships, and the problems and prospects for understanding educational change. In her keynote presentation at ULearn15 Dr Lieberman speaks of the challenges that face teachers in an era of globalisation and pressure to change. She draws on The Writing Project as an example of an initiative that creates “magic” for the teachers who participate, and points to the Teacher Learning and Leadership Program (TLLP) in Ontario as an example of a community of teachers working together on their own inquiries - a professional learning context very similar to that which is developing here in New Zealand.

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Date added: 15 Oct 2015
Duration: 34:11

What do we know about Teacher Leadership and what's to gain?

Dr Ann Lieberman was previously a Senior Scholar at The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and is Professor Emeritus of Education at Teachers College, Columbia University. Lieberman is widely known for her work in the areas of teacher leadership and development, collaborative research, networks and school-university partnerships, and the problems and prospects for understanding educational change. In her keynote presentation at ULearn15 Dr Lieberman speaks of the challenges that face teachers in an era of globalisation and pressure to change. She draws on The Writing Project as an example of an initiative that creates “magic” for the teachers who participate, and points to the Teacher Learning and Leadership Program (TLLP) in Ontario as an example of a community of teachers working together on their own inquiries - a professional learning context very similar to that which is developing here in New Zealand.

Views 7,389 Date added: 15/10/2015

What do we know about Teacher Leadership and what's to gain?

Date added: 15/10/2015

What do we know about Teacher Leadership and what's to gain?

Dr Ann Lieberman was previously a Senior Scholar at The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and is Professor Emeritus of Education at Teachers College, Columbia University. Lieberman is widely known for her work in the areas of teacher leadership and development, collaborative research, networks and school-university partnerships, and the problems and prospects for understanding educational change. In her keynote presentation at ULearn15 Dr Lieberman speaks of the challenges that face teachers in an era of globalisation and pressure to change. She draws on The Writing Project as an example of an initiative that creates “magic” for the teachers who participate, and points to the Teacher Learning and Leadership Program (TLLP) in Ontario as an example of a community of teachers working together on their own inquiries - a professional learning context very similar to that which is developing here in New Zealand.

Views 7,389 Date added: 15/10/2015

What do we know about Teacher Leadership and what's to gain?

Date added: 15/10/2015

Summary of the ULearn15 keynote with reflection graphic 

Teacher Learning and Leadership Program in Ontario

Articles by Dr Ann Lieberman

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