When capturing the work of teachers, ask for their permission and identify how they would like to be credited for their work. Be transparent about what you would like to collect and your intentions. For example, "Would you mind if I take a photo of this chart so I can add it to a blog post I am writing on this topic? I think it could help other teachers see how the classroom environment can support independent learning. How would you like this work to be attributed? Would you like to preview the post before I publish it?"
Twitter is another great way to grow a tribe. Check out Teacher Leader Breanna Crowley's (@AkaMsCrowley) Twitter for Teacher Leaders for some tips on using Twitter to grow your tribe. .
What are some other ways that teacher leaders can find their tribe?
Thank you @sylviaduckworth for the great sketch notes on knowing when you have found your tribe.