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What teachers said about 2012/13 BTN events:
Baltimore Teacher Network gave me the opportunity to have an open discussion with other thoughtful educators about alternative ways to evaluate student work.
I remain impressed by the passion that educators embody. In the middle of a school week, teachers and educators came together to discuss and learn about policies that affect them, their schools, and their kids.
It is so important to have these conversations and to be able to dialogue with the power that be about the issues affecting our professionalism. We are the student learning experts.
It was valuable to hear what people were thinking about across the many groups that feel passionately about supporting teachers. The ability to discuss real issues that affect my teaching career with a variety of stakeholders was well worth my time.
As an administrator, it is imperative for me to stay abreast of the changes that directly affect students and teachers. The forum allowed me to gain a broader perspective about the new evaluation system, its rationale, its potential flaws and real-time concerns of involved stakeholders.
Other Events, News, & Projects
Now Available - Issue #6 of Our Newsletter:The Voice
Now Available - Issue #5 of Our Newsletter:The Voice
Now Available - Issue #4 of Our Newsletter:The Voice
Now Available - Issue #3 of Our Newsletter:The Voice
BTN's "Violence In Our Public Schools" Open Forum
BTN 2015 Annual "Beacon of Light" Awards Ceremony
Now Available - Our Newsletter:The Voice
Teacher Forum, Thursday, April 3rd at 5:00 pm at 1430 Carswell Street
Race in the Classroom Teacher Inquiry Group (TIG), Wednesday, February 5th and 19th
Teacher Evaluation Teacher Inquiry Group (TIG) Monday, February 10th
BTN Online Community Development
UMBC BreakingGround partnership
Future Discussions and Events