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Educators Receive AACTE Co-Teaching in Clinical Practice TAG Engagement Awards

The Co-Teaching in Clinical Practice Topical Action Group (TAG) presented five professional educators with Engagement Awards to attend the 2022 National Association for Co-Teaching (NACT) National Conference in St. Cloud, Minnesota, in October. Foothill Knolls STEM Academy of Innovation Principal Jennifer Morris, fifth grade teacher Amanda Soto, and special education teacher Kelly Stanger from Upland, California, attended the conference along with New York City Department of Education, District 31 Specialized Student Support Lead Contessa McNulty. College Place Public Schools Assistant Principal and Co-Teaching Support Lead Ambra Bryant of College Place, Washington, was unable to attend.

The Foothill Knolls awardees presented on co-teaching to practitioners and higher education faculty at the conference and one award recipient toured a local exemplary school. All four awardees will present at the Coffee Conversation events in the spring of 2023. These events provide opportunities for practitioners and AACTE members to connect theory to practice through sharing experiences and prioritizing co-teaching.

The Co-Teaching TAG invites new members to join and asks existing members to serve as officers in 2023. All AACTE members interested in pursuing co-teaching to advance the profession are welcome.

Please visit the AACTE TAG webpage to learn more about joining the Co-Teaching in Clinical Practice TAG.

Join us in Indianapolis
The AACTE Co-Teaching TAG is hosting its annual business meeting on Saturday, February 25 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at the Slippery Noodle Inn, Indiana’s oldest bar, a short walk from AACTE Annual Meeting 2023 headquarters at 372 S. Meridian St, Indianapolis, Indiana

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