The National
Great Teachers Movement

"A Continuing Adventure in Staff Development" for 49 Years!

On1PS, LLC to Host 2018 Tribal Gathering for

Great Teachers Practitioners

This is your invitation to “tribally” connect with others who are practitioners in the National Great Teachers Movement.

March 11-15, 2018 – The Charleston Inn | Hendersonville, NC
1PS, LLC
Questions?  Call Steve @ 910.280.3247

Picture Above ©2016.  David B. Gottshall, Founder NGTM-Photo Courtesy by KIRSTEN JOHNSON – Hawaii Tribune-Herald

RESOURCE LIBRARY

The following documents (.PDF Format) are provided by individuals who have authored or otherwise recorded information about GT Seminars.  All information on this page was either contributed or is publicly available online.

INTERNATIONAL CONTACTS

The following individuals have agreed to serve as resource contacts for Great Seminars & Retreats and are indexed by state / country.

CORE GTM DOCUMENTS

Find the 1993, 1999, and 2015 Movement Updates here.

Celebrate the 50th Year of Great Teachers with David Gottshall at Pere Marquette State Park in Grafton, IL!

Latest News

From State Park to State Park: 48 Years of Seminars!

The First WVGTS 25 Years Later! NGTM Founder David Gottshall Retires from Conducting Seminars The West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission and the Community and Technical College System with support[…]

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#GOTSNC

Great Online Teachers Seminar! Are you an online instructor?  Want to hone your online teaching skills?  If so, GOTS is here for you!  The Great Online Teachers Seminars(GOTS) are unique in-person professional[…]

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The Roger H. Garrison Connection

David Gottshall writes… “In 1969, after several years of experimentation in New York State and elsewhere, Roger Garrison founded a seminar which he called the “National Seminar for Great Teachers” on his[…]

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2016 HNGTS Hawaii Tribune Article!

http://hawaiitribune-herald.com/news/local-news/great-teachers-unite-seminar Email Kirsten Johnson at kjohnson@hawaiitribune-herald.com. Re posted with permission By KIRSTEN JOHNSON Hawaii Tribune-Herald In 1967, a 30-something David Gottshall landed a full-time teaching gig at the College of DuPage[…]

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