Over 200 teachers, site leaders, university faculty and other supporters joined us on March 22nd for our Teacher Inquiry in Action Forum. Below are highlights from the event.
The evening kicked off with dinner and a poster session.
Julie Nicholson and Anna Richert present their research findings on building teacher instructional leadership through collaborative inquiry.
“Teacher-Led Professional Learning, What Does it Take?” included panel participants Alberto Nodal and Ruben Olivares from Colonial Acres Elementary, SLZUSD.
Life Academy (OUSD) teacher scholars Maggie Sheffer, Shelly Golder and Eva Oliver share the new understandings that have come out of their inquiry work on supporting Long Term English Learners.
Juliet Radford, Matilde Moreno and Aija Simmons discuss how the Teacher Scholar Leader Network supports them to engage in learning conversations with colleagues. Juliet Radford, Matilde Moreno and Aija Simmons discuss how the Teacher Scholar Leader Network supports them to engage in learning conversations with colleagues.
Our Social Emotional Learning teacher scholars panel–Malia Tayabas-Kim, Heather Porter and Jaymie Sacramento (OUSD).
The teacher scholar consultancies highlighted the Mills Teacher Scholar process for supporting collaborative learning conversations. Here, Early Childhood Special Education teacher scholar Alana McDonough shares her thinking with colleagues.
Teachers appreciated the chance to connect and network while enjoying good food and drink.
Mills Teacher Scholars founder Anna Richert celebrates teachers and school leaders with a final toast.