Takisha Moncrief to Speak Friday About Developing a Leader Identity
Takisha Moncrief, professional development partner at Moncrief One Team, will speak at the University of Arkansas on Friday, March 13, in a lecture titled, "Developing a Leader Identity: A Solution to Increasing Teacher Efficacy and Adolescent Literacy Efficacy."
The program will be at noon in room 343 of the Graduate Education Building. The Friday lecture series is hosted by the Department of Education Reform of the University of Arkansas College of Education and Health Professions.
Moncrief is a former teacher, literacy coach, school improvement supervisor and professional development specialist. She has spent nearly 20 years in K-12 education serving children, teachers and parents in Wisconsin and Texas. She specializes in curriculum design, development and delivery. She's the creator of Develop Me From A to Z and co-author of Your Passport to Becoming a Valuable Team Player.
Unless otherwise indicated, all lectures will be held at noon on Fridays in GRAD 343. Please make sure to RSVP before 1 p.m. on the Wednesday before the scheduled lecture.
Shannon G. Magsam, director of communications
College of Education and Health Professions
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