Powered by Teach to Lead Summit
Professional Development Targets MENA’s Teacher Leaders
On Friday, October 4, and Saturday, October 5, MENA region teachers and teams will convene in Dubai at Dunecrest American School as part of an initiative of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) Connected Community in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) called the Powered by Teach to Lead Summit. During a summit, teams of educators convene to think deeply about a problem of practice – an idea for how to improve learning in their school or country context – and to work as a team to plan solutions. Organized by KDSL Global, a UAE-based education company, the Powered by Teach to Lead Summit seeks to allow participating teams to:
- Share ideas and best practices and learn from examples of existing teacher leadership efforts;
- Identify common challenges and create concrete, actionable teacher leadership plans to address them locally;
- Network and build relationships with other educators and leaders in their region; and
- Identify promising ideas for follow-up support through future engagement events.
Dubai based Summit Mentor Dima Yousef said, “Teach to Lead provides teacher-led teams with time, skills and support to put their ideas into action. The summit is an opportunity to step outside the box of a problem or situation and explore solutions with the feedback of other educators and leaders. As a mentor, I can’t wait to explore my own learning and development as I help pave the way for others to recognize the potential of their ideas to improve student learning and achievement.”
To apply to attend and for more information visit www.gccascd.com/teachtolead.
ABOUT KDSL Global
KDSL Global is a UAE-based leading learning organization focused on empowering educators and education businesses globally.
ABOUT GCC ASCD Connected Community
Our goal as the GCC ASCD Connected Community is to unite educators throughout the region, inspiring all of us to learn globally and teach locally.
Ashley Green, KDSL Global, firstname.lastname@example.org, +971 525427009