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Teacher leaders have professional learning needs and principals should not only recognize these needs but provide meaningful professional development to teacher leaders in order to meet these educational requirements. The top ten learning needs for teacher leaders as identified by Gordon, Jacobs, and Solis (2014) are: • • • • • • • • • • Interpersonal Skills Organizing Knowledge of Curriculum and Instructional Innovations Mentoring Group Process Technology Facilitating Change Training and Coaching Leading Reflective Inquiry and Addressing Diversity It is the role of the principal to support teacher leaders and provide ample opportunities for teacher leaders to participate in their own professional learning so they can better understand the needs of their colleagues and be prepared to support them as they confront challenges.

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