The Art of Self-Mentoring: Creating Teacher Leaders
Self-mentoring is a separate and sustainable practice of leadership when development as a teacher leader is a primary goal. Do you think you could be a stronger or more accomplished professional? Do you want to learn more about becoming a teacher leader? Do you believe you have the skills to be a leader? Join accomplished educational leader Dr. Marsha Carr to learn how the art of teacher leadership is an accomplished practice that can not only be meaningful professionally, but also assist you in meeting personal goals.
Dr. Marsha Carr is an Assistant Professor in Educational Leadership at the University of North Carolina Wilmington and past coordinator of the Watson School of Education Masters of School Administration program. Formerly a superintendent of schools, Pre-K-12 principal, and Director of Curriculum and Instructional Technology, she was named a Milken National Educator as a reading specialist. She is author of Self-Mentoring: The Invisible Leader (www.selfmentoring.net) and Educational Leadership: From Hostile Takeover to a Sustainable–Successful System. She is co-author of The School Improvement Handbook: Getting Focused for Turnaround and Transition.
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