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  2. Rye Kitchen (in the Marriott) is offering a Soup, Salad & Baked Potato Bar for $14
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Thursday, March 9 • 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Helping Students by Growing Teacher Leaders: Lessons from the NW Region Educator Leadership Council

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Elevate and empower everyone with ELCs (Educator Leadership Councils). We know that the most important factor in affecting the trajectory of students’ educational outcomes is the educator. For this reason, educators must share their voice, expertise, and wisdom. Using Educator Leadership Councils (ELCs), it is possible to empower educators, elevate their voices, and activate their ideas to benefit students. This session will highlight the past, present, and future work of the NW Region 7 ELC. We will utilize leadership theory and best practices for collaborative learning and its relevance to implementing ELCs at the state, regional, and district levels. Finally, we will connect how ELCs and elevating teacher voice has the potential to benefit educator satisfaction for the benefit of students. Participants will engage in individual, small group, and whole group collaboration and develop next steps to create or enhance ELCs in their areas.
Participants will have the opportunity to engage with the Northwest Educator Leadership Council and receive guidance on implementing an ELC in their district. The first 20 minutes will include information about the NWELC experience in various regional districts. The remaining 25 minutes are designated for participants to share and culminate ideas for growing capacity in their home districts. bit.ly/NWTIES

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Ashley Bandy

Classroom Teacher, 2022 Burroughs Wellcome Fund Northwest Teacher of the Year, Newton Conover City Schools
Ashley Bandy is a high school math teacher at Newton-Conover High School in Catawba County. She graduated from Appalachian State University and began her teaching career in 2015, then returned to her home high school to teach in 2018. She takes pride in returning to the community... Read More →

Thursday March 9, 2023 3:15pm - 4:00pm EST
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