The following teacher leadership roles are offered through tcp:
• Model Teachers
use their classrooms to serve as a laboratory and resource to support the professional growth of colleagues. Working closely with other teacher leaders, the Model Teacher is a resource to other teachers by demonstrating effective teaching strategies.
• Peer Collaborative Teachers
support their colleagues through coaching and intervisitations to improve instructional and student learning aligned to the Danielson Framework for Teaching. Teachers who qualify for the Peer Collaborative Teacher role also qualify for the Model Teacher role.
• Master Teachers
work closely with school and/or district leadership to promote excellent teaching through purposeful sharing of best practices, peer coaching, and creating a collaborative learning culture that bolsters instruction at the school or district level. Teachers who qualify for the Master Teacher role also qualify for the Peer Collaborative Teacher and Model Teacher roles.
Please note that because of the competitive nature of Master Teacher positions, and the limited number of roles, Master Teacher applicants must first apply and qualify as a Peer Collaborative Teacher before applying for a Master Teacher role.
Please note that the Lead Teacher position is no longer offered. Former Lead Teachers may consider applying for one of the Teacher Career Pathways roles above. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
with specific questions about the Lead Teacher role.