MasterMind Educator Groups: Build Safe Spaces for Innovation

Rebecca Mieliwocki on episode 366 of the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast

Mastermind groups are innovative ways to create safe spaces for teachers to grow and learn together. In this show, 2012 National Teacher of the Year Rebecca Mieliwocki shares how she has facilitated Mastermind groups successfully. She talks about the pitfalls and challenges of creating spaces to innovate and why mastermind groups aren’t for every teacher.

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Rebecca Mieliwocki – Bio as submitted


Rebecca MieliwockiRebecca Mieliwocki is the 2012 National and California Teacher of the Year.  A middle school English teacher for 22 years, Rebecca is now a teacher on special assignment specializing in secondary teacher development for Burbank Unified School District in California.  Her book Adventures in Teacher Leadership is due out with ASCD in March of 2019.

Twitter: @mrsmieliwocki

 

 

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