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Twitter chat: Tackling instructional mismatch
November 16, 2019 @ 6:30 am - 7:30 am
Instructional leadership is at the core of what effective school leaders do. But much of the time, leaders are working in a context of instructional mismatch, leading in content areas or grade levels unfamiliar to them.
Join us Saturday, November 16, at 7:30 a.m. Eastern for a #satchat with special guests Sarah Quebec Fuentes, associate professor of mathematics education, and Jo Beth Jimerson, associate professor of educational leadership at Texas Christian University, to discuss how to bridge the mismatch gap.
The discussion will be based on their article “Tackling Instructional Mismatch” in the October issue of The Learning Professional.
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- You’re an instructional leader, but are you an intentional instructional learner? Join @LearningForward 11/16 @ 7:30 a.m. ET for #satchat w/ experts @squebecfuentes & @JBJimer to learn how to lead in areas & grade levels you didn’t teach yourself. http://ow.ly/A8qM50x6don [Tweet this.]
- The Leadership Content Knowledge Challenge can help you be more intentional about growing as an instructional leader. To find out how, join @LearningForward for #satchat 11/16 with special guests @squebecfuentes & @JBJimer. http://ow.ly/A8qM50x6don #LearnFwdTLP #SchoolLeadership [Tweet this.]
- Leaders cannot be expected to know everything about content-area instruction, but all leaders can know something about various content areas. Learn more about this 11/16 @ 7:30 a.m. ET for #satchat w/ @LearningForward & experts @squebecfuentes & @JBJimer http://ow.ly/A8qM50x6don [Tweet this.]