Get Inspired at AACTE’s 67th Annual Meeting
Get inspired at the AACTE 67th Annual Meeting’s Speaker Spotlight Session featuring Etta Hollins. Hollins’ passion for transforming teacher practices and the culture of schools will spur your own action as a dynamic change agent.
Author of Learning to Teach in Urban Schools, published in 2012, and editor of Rethinking Field Experiences in Preservice Teacher Preparation, to be released next spring, Hollins champions the preparation of teachers for diverse and underserved students by higher education, state departments, and school districts.
Hollins currently serves as the Ewing Marion Kaufmann Endowed Chair for Urban Teacher Education at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. As vice president for Division K of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Hollins has led the conversation on teaching and teacher education for AERA and is also a founding member of the NCATE/CAEP Transformation Initiatives Task Force and the CAEP Accreditation Council.
Hollins earned a Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction from the University of Texas, Austin; an M.Ed. in inner-city education from the University of Washington, Seattle; and a B.S. in social studies education from Pittsburg State University (KS).
Mark your calendars! You won’t want to miss Etta Hollins’ Speaker Spotlight Session Sunday, March 1, 2015 at AACTE’s 67th Annual Meeting in Atlanta. Save $40 when you register with the Early Bird Rate by November 6. Secure your spot today!
Director of Marketing & Communications, AACTE