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Melissa Tran: Open Discussion- One Thing I’ve Learned

Melissa Tran

For more than 20 years, Melissa Tran has been a teacher, counselor, leader and advocate for youth at-risk. Currently, she provides critical intervention strategies, and program and staff development support at sites around the country. Melissa enlists, elevates and empowers young people and the adults entrusted with their care by requiring both staff and students to “stop digging” and begin to take responsibility for their shared outcomes. She teaches students and staff to partner to achieve their common goals and challenges them to invest in building relationships, classrooms and communities where everyone can learn. Melissa is passionate about ensuring that New Teachers receive the coaching, mentoring and guidance they need to meet those challenges and is delighted to welcome you. Follow her tweets @thenewtag and check out her blog at thenewtag.com.

Open Discussion: One Thing I’ve Learned

Description: Melissa Tran leads this reflective discussion for new and seasoned educators: One Thing I’ve Learned. We’ll challenge participants to share one thing they’ve learned since they started teaching that they believe has made them better teachers.

Date & Times: 9-9:30am PST, New York 12 pm EST, Denver 10am MST, 5pm GMT, Paris 6pm CET, Perth 1am Sun., Sydney 4am Sun., Tokyo 2am Sun. Check your time zone here!

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Website: TheNewTag.com

Twitter: @thenewtag



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