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The Future of Private Education: Teacher Profile, Recruitment and Retention

31 May 2022 @ 11:00 am

Effective Teachers are the key to all great schools. It is crucial to understand what makes an effective teacher, including the skills needed for success in the classroom today. Supporting teachers, understanding what makes them effective, attracting great teachers and retaining them are crucial goals for administrators and principals. We invite you to join us on Tuesday, May 31, 2022 as we come together for an in-person meeting to understand the profile of an effective teacher, how to attract the best teachers to your institution and how to retain them.

Speakers:

Ronnie Miller
Sara MacDonald

When: Tuesday, May 31st, 2022 @ 11:00 am EST

Where: 7310 Rapistan Ct, Mississauga, ON L5N 6L8

Cost: No cost. Only for IPSF Member Schools.

Details: This in-person meeting will be led by Dr. Ronnie Miller and Sara MacDonald who will facilitate a discussion on teachers within private schools.

The meeting will be broken into four components, including

  1. What is the profile of a great teacher? What skills are needed in the classroom today and what makes a teacher effective in the classroom. With so much change coming to the art of teaching through the pandemic, it is crucial to understand what skills will make instruction effective.
  2. How can schools attract the best candidates for their schools? How to stand out and make your institution desirable so that the best teachers want to
  3. How to keep your best faculty members? You’ve brought a teacher on board, you’ve helped support their development and now you want to see them flourish in your school over many years. What tactics can leaders use support the retention of effective teachers
  4. We will invite a guest legal expert to share insight on these topics from a legal standpoint.

Join us to learn more about how your school can understand what makes an effective teacher, and strategies to both attract and retain them.