Application: Teachers Guild Chapters 2019-2020
Welcome!

We're thrilled you want to apply to become one of four Teachers Guild Chapters for the 2019-2020 academic year.

The Teachers Guild Chapters program is a two-year partnership to activate innovative school cultures through teacher-led, principal-supported change.

Over the partnership, we provide 20 hours of coaching, 15 hours of in-person training, and unlimited access to an online innovation lab. This is not just professional development. It's change.


We are accepting applications through January 20th, 2019.

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Our Philosophy
The Guild partners with districts to activate teachers’ creative leadership and capacity to consistently innovate for their students' evolving needs. Our adult learning model enhances collective teacher efficacy, the collective belief of teachers in their ability to positively affect students. Collective teacher efficacy is the primary factor influencing student achievement (John Hattie, Visible Learning, 2018).
Our Program
The Teachers Guild offers a year-long, fully-embedded professional development and change program. We catalyze educators, coach and support district leaders, and provide unlimited access to our national online network.

A year with The Guild is a year of designing, problem solving, and risk taking. We work with districts to identify a cohort of teacher leaders who we train to be local catalysts. This cohort receives individualized attention and cohort coaching, as we support them to lead other educators in a design process.

At the same time, we activate district-wide excitement with three immersive, in-person events spread across the academic year. These Guild-led events deepen teachers' belief in themselves, advance creative mindsets, and spark new connections.

Program Components
Our Partner Districts
We partner with school districts that are:

1) Teacher-led: Believe in teachers and their ideas to create meaningful change across school systems.

2) Diverse: Serve high-need student populations, including ELLs, those with special needs, and those who qualify for free or reduced-price meals.

3) Committed: Have the ability to secure time, space, and funding to support teachers on their innovation journeys.

4) Motivated: Demonstrate eagerness and interest in developing an innovative culture and aren't afraid to take risks.

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