The word is getting out about TEACHING 2030 and our big ideas about the future of teaching and learning.
Now there’s a new resource to share: a free, printable visual summary of the book’s ideas. We hope you will share 2030 Illustrated with those in your life who care about the future of our children and public schools.
Our TEACHING 2030 team has been hitting the lecture halls and conference ballrooms this summer. Last week, I spoke to the National Council of State Legislators, introducing the 2030 ideas to policymakers from across the nation. A couple days later, I spent time talking about the TEACHING 2030 vision with a group of teachers and professors at Oakland University, which is working with local school districts to redesign its teacher education program on the basis of our book. Meanwhile, my coauthor Laurie Wasserman and colleague Melissa Rasberry led a discussion of the book at a meeting of the Massachusetts Teachers Association.
Our audiences are responding eagerly to the bold, practical vision that twelve accomplished teachers helped me develop. People are attracted to TEACHING 2030‘s farsightedness, optimism, and specificity about what’s needed to create the teaching profession that our students deserve.We must keep spreading the word. We must reach more teachers, more administrators, more policymakers, more community leaders, more of the parents whose children’s future is at stake.
To accomplish that, we need your help as ambassadors.
We hope you’ll…
…follow @teachingquality on Twitter & like CTQ on Facebook.
…retweet and share content and multimedia tools (like 2030 Illustrated and the four-minute video) with your networks.
…let us know if you’d like to involve a member of the TEACHING 2030 team in an upcoming event.
Most of all, we hope you’ll continue to find ways to get above the constant clutter of today’s reform talk and work with with your colleagues, friends, and neighbors to ensure every child has qualified, caring, effective, and well-supported teachers who are well-prepared for 21st century teaching and learning.