Tools and Methods for Enhancing Candidates’ Practicum Learning

Webinar Slides

In this webinar, attendees will delve into real-world experiences from faculty members at Austin Peay State University (APSU), showcasing how ATLAS has transformed their teaching practices. Additionally, they will learn how ATLAS seamlessly integrates into practicum experiences, offering crucial support to both faculty and candidates.

Panelists will share anecdotes and examples illustrating ATLAS’s incorporation into various aspects of the practicum, enriching candidate learning and understanding of effective teaching strategies. Furthermore, the panelists will highlight tangible improvements in candidate outcomes, including enhanced lesson planning and instructional approaches.

Do not miss this exclusive opportunity to hear directly from APSU’s faculty members about ATLAS’s impact on teacher preparation.


Adam I. Attwood, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Eriksson College of Education
Austin Peay State University

Adam I. Attwood is an assistant professor in the Eriksson College of Education at APSU in Clarksville, TN, where he teaches courses in educational psychology, classroom management, assessment and evaluation, and social studies methods. Previously, Attwood was a teacher and social studies department chair at a school in St. Louis, MO, and a teacher and teacher educator in the state of Washington.

Alex Adams
Assistant Professor
Department of Health and Human Performance 
Austin Peay State University

Alex Adams is an assistant professor in the Department of Health and Human Performance at Austin Peay State University. He inspires future generations of physical educators by leading them through courses in content knowledge, methods, and pedagogy. Dr. Adams leverages his background as a former athletic director and a K-12 physical education, health, and math teacher. His research interests include pedagogical content knowledge, online education, teacher education, and technology integration.

Joanne Philhower, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Eriksson College of Education
Austin Peay State University

Joanne Philhower, Ph.D., is in her second year as an assistant professor at APSU in the College of Education. She currently teaches classroom assessment for graduate students and elementary undergraduate students. She also teaches an initial education course, Foundations in Education. She is a former middle and high school math teacher who previously worked as a K-12 mathematics curriculum coordinator. Her research interests include classroom assessment, mathematics education, teacher education, and belonging.

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May 13 2024


12:00 pm - 12:45 pm


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