AACTE’s Member Spotlight features an individual from a member institution, highlighting how their work makes a difference in classrooms across the country. Nominate yourself or another member by providing a response to the following questions and sending to email@example.com.
Get to know Dr. Lin Wu …
Now is your last chance to make your voice heard in the AACTE Board of Director Election. Voting closes at 12:00 p.m. ET on November 30.
As you check items off your list ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday, AACTE encourages you to mark off one more item: vote in the 2022 Board Election, which closes on November 30.
The 2022 election for the AACTE Board of Directors is underway through Wednesday, November 30. Like last week’s national elections, every vote counts. This is an important year, with six candidates vying for three open seats:
What are some of the simplest ways to effect a positive change for equitable education? As the teacher shortage takes the spotlight and new policies and regulations are formed, we urge you to join AACTE’s 75 Days | 75 Ways to Advocate for Education campaign — and uplift the education and educator preparation field.
Register by December 31 for Early-Bird Rates
AACTE’s 2023 Annual Meeting presents an opportunity for participants to learn from the nation’s thought leaders in the educator preparation field. Attendees will share the innovations they have created, learn from the work of colleagues and peers, and find inspiration by remembering the past to revolutionize the future.
Benefits Expires December 31
Membership with AACTE demonstrates the commitment in advocating and building capacity for high-quality educator preparation programs in a dynamic landscape. With member support, AACTE aims to continuously provide valuable resources and actively develop our educator community. Put simply, members make what we do possible.
It’s not too late to lock in your benefits for 2023. Renew by December 31 — and continue to access all the connections, knowledge, and opportunities to support the future of education.
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Understanding learner variability helps disrupt the idea of a one-size-fits all approach and paves the way for more equitable teaching and learning, writes Jessica Jackson, director of professional learning for the Learner Variability Project at Digital Promise.
“The intersection of culturally responsive practice with the science of learner variability … also helps us understand why culturally responsive practices are necessary for reaching and embracing the whole learner,” Jackson explains.
The annual election for the AACTE Board of Directors is now open and runs through November 30. This year, there are six individuals running for two at-large seats and one seat representing AILACTE.
AACTE invites you to elevate educator preparation. Does your institution have a best practice that deserves national attention? Do you want to recognize the achievements of a colleague in the field?
There is still time to submit an entry for the 2023 AACTE Awards. The deadline has been extended to Monday, November 7.
AACTE today released a newly commissioned report on The State of Education Censorship in Institutions of Higher Ed and Implications for the Field. The report, authored by AACTE member Ashley L. White, Ph.D., is a comprehensive overview of proposed and enacted censorship in education impacting educators, students, and preparation for the next generation of teachers.
Do you know a deserving individual who has contributed greatly to the profession of teacher preparation? Now is the perfect time to submit a nomination for a 2023 AACTE professional achievement award. Nominations are open through October 31. Award recipients will be honored during the AACTE 75th Annual Meeting, February 24 – 26.
What are the three best reasons to apply for a 2023 AACTE Best Practice Award?
- Showcase your educator preparation program as a model for other higher education institutions
- Receive national recognition from your peers
- Celebrate your team’s contributions that are revolutionizing education for all learners
In response to the recent hurricane impacting its members in the Southeast region, AACTE has extended the submission deadline. You still have time to contribute to the educational content at the 75th Annual Meeting, February 24 – 26 in Indianapolis, IN. Complete your proposal by Sunday, October 9.
Themed, Innovation through Inspiration: Remembering the Past to Revolutionize the Future, this year’s conference features five strands:
- Strand I: Addressing the Evolving Needs of Education
- Strand II: Increasing Diversity through Equitable Access and Inclusivity
- Strand III: Confronting Challenges to Strengthen Educator Preparation
- Strand IV: Collaborating for a Greater Impact
- Strand V: Meeting the Challenges of Educator Preparation with Educational Technology
There has never been a more critical time to work together to support public education and students’ success. AACTE is joining forces with Learning First Alliance and partners across the country to support a critical effort to help ensure a bright future for our children.
The Here for the Kids campaign brings together families, educators, and community members to shine a light on local public schools and tell the stories of the amazingly positive things happening in classrooms and school buildings nationwide.