Glenn Whitman and Ian Kelleher will present at the New Teacher Center's 20th National Symposium, Fulfill the Promise. Whitman and Kelleher will lead a session on Mind Brain Education Science: The Future of Teacher and School Leadership Training.
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New Teacher Center is pleased to invite you to our 20th National Symposium, Fulfill the Promise. Symposium will be held Sunday, February 11 through Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport, in Burlingame, CA.
If you work with beginning teachers, are involved in a district or state induction program, are immersed in research or policy, or are otherwise interested in ways to support beginning educators, we encourage you to attend.
Our annual Symposium provides an opportunity for participants from around the world to come together to learn about effective practices and discuss issues related to teacher induction, to create a new vision for the teaching profession, and to consider how induction systems and mentoring practices can move our classrooms and schools towards excellence and equity.
Symposium 2018 is designed around four Event Tracks that have the potential to drive classroom innovation and meaningful instructional change:
- Teacher Leadership = Student Success (Early Learning, Teacher Induction, & Instructional Coaching)
- Schools as Change Agents (School Leadership & Culture)
- From Education to Social Justice (Equity, Advocacy, & Policy)
- The Future Starts Now (Leadership, Innovation, & Funding)
More information about our Event Tracks can be found on our Event Tracks page.