You have made it to the end of another week! One that I am sure was full of challenges and equally as full of success!! I hope that you are able to take some time for yourself this weekend to rest and recharge!!

I invite you to take at least one hour this weekend to invest in you – in your learning and in building your community!!

Powerful Learning Practice is hosting several FREE opportunities to do just that for community members of the PLPHub!

  • Saturday, September 19th at 9:00 am EST join us for our #plpnetwork Twitter chat! We will be sharing strategies to move students from Distracted and Off Task to Engaged and Interactive in Online Learning! If you have never done a Twitter chat before, no worries! Just follow along and jump in on the questions when you can!
  • Saturday, September 19th at 9:30 am EST we continue our “Dare to Lead” Book Club with a live chat via Zoom! Join our “no homework, no book needed” book club as we discuss Empathy and Grounded Confidence!
  • Saturday, September 19th at 11:00 am EST we will host a micro-workshop based on “Dare to Lead.” Come learn what everyone is talking about as we discuss Armored versus Daring Leadership. No book needed!
  • Sunday, September 20th at 7:00 pm EST we will host a micro-workshop on Five Things to Consider for a Culturally Responsive Classroom. PLP Team Member Kim Corbin will cover topics such as diversity, inclusion, anti racism, equity and more.
  • Monday, September 21st at 7:00 pm EST we will host a micro-workshop on Coaching in Online Spaces. Connected Coaching is a PLP specialty and we have over a decade of experience. Join us as we give you five tips to get started!

How to get in on all the learning? Become a member of the PLP Hub, our online community of inquiry!
We will see you there!

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Theresa Gray

Theresa is a Community Leader and Leadership Coach For Powerful Learning Practice who counts education as her second and true career. After practicing as an attorney for a short time, she knew she could make a bigger impact teaching and started her career co-teaching middle level Social Studies. She then moved on to facilitate professional learning regionally and earned her M. Ed. In Educational Leadership and has her permanent certification in School District Leadership in NYS. Most recently she has served as an Assistant Superintendent for a small city school district where she supported the implementation of 1:1 technology, developed and implemented school improvement plans and created professional learning communities in several areas including curriculum, student support and parent/family engagement. She is passionate about supporting leaders in all positions and in engaging students in authentic learning.
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