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Speakers, Online Supplements Announced for Clinical Practice Press Briefing

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AACTE is pleased to share new announcements related to the Clinical Practice Commission’s upcoming press briefing. We’ve confirmed several speakers and panelists for the briefing in Washington, DC, and in addition to registering to attend the live event, you can sign up to view a live webcast of the briefing and join members of the commission for a Twitter chat this week.

Limited seating is still available for the briefing itself, which will be held Wednesday, January 17, 9:00-11:00 a.m. at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. Register for free by December 18 to secure your spot at the briefing, where members of the AACTE Clinical Practice Commission will unveil their findings on how effective clinical educator preparation ensures educators are prepared to meet the needs of all learners.

You’ll hear firsthand from commission members who have contributed to the report 2-years-in-the-making, including:

  • Diane Fogarty, Director, Loyola Marymount University (Panelist)
  • Lynn Gangone, President and CEO, AACTE (Speaker)
  • Rodrick Lucero, Vice President, AACTE (Speaker)
  • Audra Parker, Associate Professor, George Mason University (Panel Facilitator)
  • Jennifer Robinson, Executive Director, Montclair State University (Panelist)
  • Jennifer Roth, Assistant Principal, Poudre School District, Colorado (Panelist)
  • Roland Schendel, Assistant Professor, Metropolitan State University-Denver (Panelist)
  • Diane Yendol-Hoppey, Dean, University of North Florida (Panelist)
  • Kristien Zenkov, Professor, George Mason University (Panelist)

If you’re unable to attend in person but would like to tune in to the press briefing, you can watch the event’s live webcast, which will begin at 9:30 a.m. EST. The AACTE Live Webcast page is now available for you to RSVP and download a calendar reminder for January 17. You won’t want to miss this significant advancement in educator preparation as AACTE members lead the charge to define effective clinical practice for the entire education profession!

In the meantime, a preview of the clinical practice report will be presented in an AACTE Twitter chat on Thursday, December 14, at 1:00 p.m. EST. Join commission members on social media as they engage with the education community on Twitter using the hashtag #AACTEcpc to discuss how clinical practice prepares profession-ready teachers.

We hope you’ll join the conversation this week and also register to attend next month’s press briefing!

For more information, visit aacte.org.

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Jerrica Thurman

Director of Marketing & Communications, AACTE