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Join the Twitter Chat Conversation on Principal Preparation

Twitter Chat“Clinical learning experiences for candidates must include real-time work with real data and in real settings,” said Janis Carthon, an associate professor at Albany State University in response to AACTE’s Twitter chat question focused on the use of data to support principal preparation for 21st century learning. Carthon joined other experts in the area of principal and leader preparation during AACTE’s second Twitter Town Hall on December 5.

AACTE is hosting four Twitter Chat Town Halls in 2019 aligned with its Wallace Foundation Webinar Series. All AACTE members and education stakeholders are encouraged to follow the Twitter hashtags noted below to participate in the Twitter chats, where experts join the public in dialoguing about principal and leader recruitment, retention, support, and successful clinical experiences.

The next Twitter Chat Town Hall will take place December 10, and will addresses the From Teacher to Principal: Educational Leadership Tracking Systems that AACTE partner the Wallace Foundation developed in collaboration with their University Principal Pipeline Initiative. Follow @AACTE  and use #principalpipeline to join the conversation from 5:00 – 6 p.m.

If you want to know more about What high quality principal preparation should look like, be sure to join our final Twitter chat from 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. on December 19 using #principalprep. 

If you didn’t have an opportunity to participate in the first or second Town Hall, follow @AACTE and use the hashtags below to keep the conversation moving forward:

AACTE Twitter Chat Town Hall: The Challenges and Successes of Principal Recruitment and Retention – #principalrecruitmentandretention

AACTE Twitter Chat Town Hall: Successful University and District Partnerships for Preparing Principals – #principalpartnerships

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Jacqueline Rodriguez

Jacqueline Rodriguez

Vice President, Research, Policy, and Advocacy, AACTE