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Mitigating Learning Loss: Leveraging Teacher Candidates as Assets During COVID-19

This webisode will highlight a recently released brief Addressing Shortages of Educators in an Uncertain COVID-19 Landscape: Viewing Teacher Candidates as Assets and discuss ways teacher candidates can be leveraged as assets to support teachers during this unprecedented time. Jacqueline Rodriguez of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education and Loretta Mason-Williams of Bingham University will present. Additionally, Lindsey Decker, teacher candidate, Boston Public Schools and Boston University; Min Jen Taylor, Principal, Boston Public Schools; Ellie Friedland, Program Supervisor, Boston Public Schools and Clinical Associate Professor, Boston University; and Davena Jackson, Assistant Professor, Boston University will serve as panelists and share their perspective on the following questions:

  • How can using teacher candidates be a win-win for both educator preparation programs and districts?
  • In what ways can teacher candidates be leveraged to support teachers in addressing student learning loss?
  • What role can state, district, and educator preparation program leaders play in leveraging existing partnerships to come together to solve existing challenges?

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Date

Oct 28 2020
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Time

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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