Teacher Leadership
  • Teacher Leadership

    This course is for teachers, counselors, or administrators to engage in a meaningful project or work with your school, organization, state, or nationally.  You will watch several leadership videos, describe the leadership project you would like to do, and complete a log of 30 hours of work. 

    Not sure what kind of leadership work you would like to do?  Here is a list of possible options:

    • Create, research, update, or align curriculum.

    •  Independent study to learn new instructional technology tools.

    • Teach a  professional development course to colleagues or educators.

    • Take courses in either content area, education, leadership, diversity, equity, literacy, or health.

    • Organize field trips or travel for students or teachers.

    • Create a mentorship program.

    • Host a student teacher.

    • Research educational policies and advocate for change.

    • Lead your school, district, state, or nation to implement policies for education.

    • Contact local, state, or national leaders to implement policies in education.

    • Assist getting a referendum, bond, or levy passed.

    •  Engage with a union or association to advocate for policies or change.

    • Become a representative in your local association.

    • Optional: Adams State University Credit

      *Optional Adams State University credit after the class ends (additional $165). 

    • Class Code

      Schoology course code is emailed after payment.  

    • ASU Adjunct Professor: Jennifer Cooper

    • Testimonials

      "Fantastic videos and tips on teacher leadership.  I love that it focused on things teachers do every day!"

      "I am so happy I am able to get graduate-level credit for all the extra work I did this year!  Thank you!"