Teacher Networks

  • We believe we can achieve high levels of learning, for both students and educators, when we collaborate together in a professional learning network. We view collaboration as a systematic process in which we work together interdependently to analyze and impact professional practice in order to improve our individual and collective results. No one has all of the answers. Our collective intelligence, commitment and synergy will move us and ultimately our students forward.

    To this end, we facilitate a variety of Teacher & Teacher Leader Networks in support of curriculum implementation, instructional shifts, assessment and other areas of focus. You can find the schedule of meetings by clicking on any of the Network links below, viewing our ISS calendar, or seeing our entire list of offerings on MLP. 

    The charge for the teacher networks is to: 

    • Build new knowledge and skills 
    • Engage with current research
    • Collaborate across the county

    in order to empower participants and support them as they turnkey that learning back in their home districts.   

    In order for that to occur it is essential that participation remain stable and that every district is represented.   The agendas and information presented builds from one session to the next.   

    The role of CiTi is to provide continuous turnkey training to a stable network of teachers in order to build capacity across the county. 

    The role of participating districts is to send stable participation to the networks and provide a forum for them to turnkey the information back in the district.  

    K-8 Literacy Network

    High School Literacy Network

    Math Leaders Network

    Math Teacher Network

    15:1 Teacher Network

    Technical Subjects

    Mindful Educator Teacher Network