Teacher Leaders Share Resources with ASTA
posted by: Alana | August 12, 2016, 09:59 PM   


The Arkansas State Teachers Association (ASTA) is a partner with the Arkansas Public School Resource Center (APSRC) in the Teacher Practice Network (TPN). ASTA joined in the writing of the original grant funded by a generous two-year grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and administered through WestEd.


APSRC and ASTA were pleased to invite teachers and instructional facilitators from Arkansas and Oklahoma to apply to become a teacher Leader in the first phase of implementation. Seventy-five exceptional teacher leaders were identified. These leaders are building a collaborative network and the products they develop may be used, free-of-charge, by other educators.


How can you access the tools and products being developed by the teacher leaders? Just join TPN to learn together across these various social media/digital platforms:

  • Join our twitter conversations at @TPNLEAD or #TPNLEAD;

We encourage you to join us and come back often and share your resources.



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written by professional resume writing service, November 07, 2016

Well, most of those sources are new for me. Thanks for sharing them. I'll check those links.
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written by http://resumeperk.com/, October 05, 2016

My father is a member of The Arkansas State Teachers Association and I can tell you they do a great job. Suppor their team following this website.
written by custom writing services are saving our time, October 02, 2016

The developed programs greatly help in the activities of the teachers. This will affect the process of the learning and teaching. These products are designed for the leaders.

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