Rodel Teacher Council Applications Now Live!

April 25th, 2016

Category: News, Student-Centered Learning

Learn. Build. Lead.

Join the Rodel Teacher Council and shape the future of Delaware education.

Step out of your classroom—without leaving it. Expand your network while informing and inspiring decision-makers at all levels. Learn from, and with, your fellow teachers.

Applications are now live for the 2016-17 Rodel Teacher Council.

Lend your voice and expertise to impact the education conversation in Delaware. This opportunity is open to any current Delaware public school teacher, including special educators, early learning teachers, and teachers in all content areas. We are seeking candidates with at least three years of classroom experience and a commitment to excellence.

The application deadline is Friday, May 27. Applications are available online here.

Contact Rachel Chan for more information. And join one of our upcoming informational webinars, happening on Thursday May 5, Thursday May 19, and Tuesday, May 24.


Meet with Policymakers

Learn more about the RTC’s 2016 Legislative Day.


Gain a National Network

Impact the conversation at a national level, like RTC member Robyn Howton, a Hope Street Group National Teacher Fellow.


Learn from Experts

Attend local, regional, and national conferences, workshops, and seminars to learn from and network with the best in the business.


Change the Landscape

The RTC released its influential Blueprint for Personalized Learning in Delaware in 2014.


Share Your Expertise

RTC members develop and lead a teacher workshop each winter for more than 100 practitioners.


Showcase Innovation

Watch along with RTC member Lisa Mims and her ‘Mystery Skype’ lesson here.

Learn More About the Rodel Teacher Council

“The Rodel Teacher Council was valuable because it was a chance to have important conversations with teacher colleagues from all different backgrounds, grade levels, and content areas. People might have thought we wouldn’t have a lot in common, but it was a really wonderful way to get out of my classroom and connect with like-minded colleagues and contribute to the larger conversations around education in Delaware.”

– Tricia Dallas, Early Childhood Special Education Teacher, Red Clay Consolidated School District


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