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February 18, 2010 – Atlanta, GA – 11th Annual Meeting

 

Keynote Address: “Conceptualizing Difference: Preparing New Teachers for a Language Diverse World”: Many teacher educators have relatively limited experiential or academic background in languages and language learning to work effectively with language diverse students, some of whom come with varied levels of experience with formal schooling. What implications are raised for the design and practice of teacher education programs, clinical practice, and school curricula?

Speaker: Donald Freeman, Director of Teacher Education, Associate Chair of Educational Studies, and Associate Professor of Education, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

TEAC Members Forum: “Questions from the Trenches: Stipulation Removal, IBP Process, Annual Reports, TEAC-State Relations”: Informational session with TEAC staff through Question-and-Answer format

Completing the Circle: Linking K-12 Student Achievement to Teacher Education through Accreditation: Methods of collecting data from the classrooms, schools, and districts in which graduates are employed in order to make initial links between program components and K-12 student achievement.

Speakers: Cathy Leogrande, Associate Professor, Le Moyne Collee, Syracuse, NY; Jerry Rivera-Wilson, Senior Faculty Associate, Director of Clinical Training and Field Experiences, University at Albany, SUNY.

Learning from our K-12 Partners: Moving from Assessment of Learning to Assessment for Learning: Assessment is not “other-imposed” but instead is a collaborative learning experience that allows fauclty to assume the role of critical friend with each other.

Speakers: Kate DaBoll-Lavoie, Chair, Inclusive Childhood Education, Nazareth College; Kerry Dunn, Assistant Professor, Inclusive Childhood Education, Nazareth College

February 5, 2009 – Chicago, IL – 10th Annual Meeting

Keynote Address: “Raising Global Awareness in Teacher Education”: Issues a challenge to expand global awareness in teachers and create an international infrastructure at colleges of education that recognizes the value and importance of global issues in today’s changing world.

Speaker – Carol Anne Spreen, Assistant Professor, International and Comparative Education, Curry School of Education, University of Virginia

Teaching for Global Awareness

Accountability for Our Claims: Exploring the Relationship between Our Teacher Education Graduates and 1-6 Student Learning: Examines the intersection between program claims, teacher education candidates and graduates, and their students’ learning.

Presenters – Kate DaBoll-Lavoie, Chair, Inclusive Childhood Education, Nazareth College and Kerry Dunn, Assistant Professor, Inclusive Childhood Education, Nazareth College

Accountability for Our Claims

Shoulder to Shoulder: One State’s Journey toward Creating a Sound and Simple State Program Review Process for Teacher Education: Describes how the TEAC Program Review Advisory Task Force helped the Ohio Department of Education align its program review process with TEAC principles.

Presenters – Mifrando Obach, Chair, Department of Education, College of Mount St. Joseph; Mike Smith, Chair, Department of Education, Lourdes College; and Beverly Farmer, Education Consultant, Ohio Department of Education

Shoulder to Shoulder

February 7-8, 2008, New Orleans, LA – 9th Annual Meeting

Preparing for a TEAC Audit

Bob Ristow and Tracy Schuster, St. Ambrose University, Iowa
Linda Pierce, Utah Valley State College, Utah

Data-driven decision making for quality control: the power of a relational database

Vicki Cohen, Marlene Rosenberg, and Joshua Cohen
Fairleigh Dickinson University, New Jersey

February 26, 2007, New York, NY- 8th Annual Meeting

Highlights from two TEAC sessions at the AACTE 2007 annual conference

January 29, 2006, San Diego, CA – 7th Annual Meeting

Next Inquiry Brief Workshop

  • September 8-10, 2011
    Crystal City, VA