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AACTE holds its Annual Meeting each year in late February/early March. This is the premier educator preparation conference in the nation. The Annual Meeting provides a forum for educators to engage in meaningful discussions, share research and practices, and become better equipped to drive change in the educator preparation field. Join the nationwide conversation on educator preparation’s future, while connecting with over 1,500 education leaders and suppliers, and let us help you achieve your goals by attending our Annual Meeting.
The 74th Annual Meeting, themed “Rethink, Reshape, Reimagine, Revolutionize: Growing the Profession Post Pandemic” will be held March 4 – 6, 2022 in New Orleans, LA.
Keynote Speakers include:
Session Strands will include:
Mark your calendar and join us for this in-person meeting. We look forward to seeing you there!
The AACTE team is committed to providing an enriching and engaging experience that promotes health and safety and follows the local COVID-19 guidelines and recommendations.
We thank each of you who joined us for the 73rd virtual Annual Meeting! Attendees can view the video recordings from the meeting by accessing the AACTE Resource Library.
For questions about the 2022 Annual Meeting, contact AACTE Director of Meetings and Events Linda Minor at firstname.lastname@example.org
† EMERGING LEADER
Faculty/administrators (assistant/associate professors, department chairs) with five or fewer years of experience in higher education and who have not previously attended AACTE’s Annual Meeting, identified by each institution’s chief representative. Limit 3 per institution. Chief Representatives and members of AACTE committees, including the Board of Directors are not eligible. Learn how to identify Emerging Leaders.
Outstanding Balance Policy
Individuals with an outstanding balance from previous AACTE events will not be permitted to register for upcoming events until their balance is paid. A message indicating what events are unpaid and how to pay will appear when individuals attempt to register. Permission to register will be granted upon receipt of payment. If you have any questions, please contact AACTE Director of Meetings & Events Linda Minor at email@example.com.
Notice of cancellation or any request for refund of conference registration fees–must be made in writing and received by January 21, 2022. All refund requests received after this date will be denied. A $150.00 administrative fee will be deducted from all cancellation requests. Refund payments will not be processed until after the meeting has concluded. “No-shows” will not receive a refund. Cancellation and refund requests should be e-mailed to AACTE Membership Administration & Benefits Manager Gloriatine Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org. Cancellations over the phone will not be accepted.
Substitution of registrants is permitted as long as both individuals are from the same institution. Contact Linda Minor at email@example.com to request a substitution. After January 21, 2022, substitutions can be requested only at on-site registration.
AACTE Event Emergency and Inclement Weather Policy
All nationwide AACTE events, including but not limited to the 2022 Annual Meeting, will be canceled due to inclement weather or other acts of God (including, but not limited to, flood, fire, or natural disaster) only if the venue and/or location of the event is closed or provides notice to AACTE of its inability to hold the event, or if the local government declares an emergency status is in effect for the location of the event.
If a nationwide AACTE event is canceled due to inclement weather or other acts of God as set forth herein, every attempt will be made to reschedule the event, and your registration fee will be applied to the rescheduled event date. If AACTE is unable to reschedule the event, your registration fee will be applied to a subsequent nationwide AACTE event of your choice. Any travel expenses that may have been incurred cannot be refunded under any circumstances. If the AACTE event is held, but weather conditions (whether forecasted or actualized) prohibit you from traveling, AACTE unfortunately cannot refund your registration fee.
AACTE Event Conduct Policy
AACTE is committed to providing an atmosphere that encourages the free expression and exchange of ideas. It is the policy of AACTE that all participants in AACTE-sanctioned events will enjoy a welcoming environment free from unlawful discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. All participants in AACTE events agree to comply with all rules and conditions of the events, which are subject to change without notice. This policy applies to all participants in AACTE events, including but not limited to attendees, students, guests, staff, sponsors, exhibitors, presenters, and partners in sessions, workshops, and other social or networking convenings at any AACTE meeting or other event.
All individuals must behave responsibly at AACTE events in which they participate. Threatening physical or verbal actions and disorderly or disruptive conduct will not be tolerated. Harassment, including verbal comments relating to gender, sexual orientation, disability, race, ethnicity, religion, age, national origin, gender identity or expression, veteran status or other protected status, or sexual images in public spaces, deliberate intimidation, stalking, unauthorized or inappropriate photography or recording, inappropriate physical contact, and unwelcome sexual attention, will not be tolerated. All individuals participating in AACTE events must comply with these standards of behavior.
Violations should be reported to a senior AACTE staff member present at the event. In AACTE’s sole discretion, unacceptable behavior may result in removal from or denial of access to event facilities or activities, and other penalties, without refund of any applicable registration fees or other costs. In addition, violations may be reported to the offending individual’s employer. Repeat offenders may be banned from future AACTE events.
Consent to Use of Photographic Images and Video Policy
AACTE reserves the right to use photographs and video taken at AACTE events for marketing purposes including, but not limited to, on social media, on our various websites, and in print and/or e-mail marketing campaigns. By registering for an AACTE event, you authorize AACTE to use your likeness without additional permission for these purposes.
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* These activities will take place in the Conference Community Center, located on the 2nd Floor of the New Orleans Marriott.
** Learning Labs (with many offered concurrently, based on peer-reviewed session proposals) will take place in both the New Orleans Marriott and the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel. Specific locations for each session are posted in the Event Planner.
The majority of the events will take place in the New Orleans Marriott. Events taking place in the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel will be noted with [SNOH].
All sessions in Bold Italics will have no other sessions scheduled against them.
For information on Affiliate Group Meeting registration, contact your Affiliate Group.
AACTE Annual Meeting events will take place at the New Orleans Marriott and the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel.
New Orleans Marriott
555 Canal Street
New Orleans, LA 70130
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Sheraton New Orleans Hotel
500 Canal Street
New Orleans, LA 70130
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NEW ORLEANS INFORMATION
The AACTE 74th Annual Meeting will take place in New Orleans, LA. Annual Meeting events will take place in the New Orleans Marriott and in the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel. When the Meeting is not in session, take advantage of your free time an explore all that New Orleans has to offer —dining, attractions, shopping, museums, tours, nightlife, cultural arts, and so, so much more.
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AACTE 74th Annual Meeting Prospectus
Exhibit Hall Floorplan
Critiquing the Canon: Towards a More Critical Use of Lareau’s “Unequal Childhoods” in Teacher Preparation
Tasha Austin, Rutgers Graduate School of Education
Kisha Porcher, University of Delaware
Integrating culturally responsive and high-leverage practices: Reimagining learning opportunities for intersectionality marginalized students
Mary Brownell, CEEDAR Center/University of Florida
Toni Franklin, Columbus State University
Erica McCray, University of Florida
Rebekka Jez, University of San Diego
Selma Powell, University of Washington
How does the COVID-19 Pandemic influence suicide ideation among K-12 students?
Ai Kamei, Monmouth University
Kathryn Lubniewski, Monmouth University
Caitlin Santaniello, Monmouth University
An Educator Shortage Summit: AACTE Chapter Support Grant Moves the Needle in Nebraska
April Buschelman, Creighton University
Jenny Jansky, University of Nebraska-Kearney
Sara Skretta, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Rethinking University-School Partnerships: Shifting to a Cohesive Model of Preparation
Laurie Mullen, Towson University
Laila Richman, Towson University
Colleges of Teacher Education as Hubs for Leadership and Innovation: Learning and Adaptation During the COVID19 Pandemic
Kelly Leon, University of San Diego
Reyes Quezada, University of California, San Diego
Paul Rogers, University of California, Santa Barbara
Sobeida Valezquez, University of San Diego
Lynn Gangone, AACTE
Jacqueline Rodriguez, AACTE
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AACTE holds its Annual Meeting each year in late February/early March each year. This is the premier educator preparation conference in the nation. The Annual Meeting provides a forum for educators to engage in meaningful discussions, share research and practices, and become better equipped to drive change in the educator preparation field. Join the nationwide conversation on educator preparation’s future, while connecting with over 2,000 education leaders and suppliers, and let us help you achieve your most ambitious goals by attending our Annual Meeting.
Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Dr. Scott Hewit, Rollins College
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Jon E. Pedersen, University of South Carolina
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Lisa Bisogno, Northeastern State University
2023 – February 25-27, JW Marriott Indianapolis | Indianapolis, IN
AACTE considers many factors in determining its future locations for the Annual Meeting, which brings together over 2,000 individuals in the educator preparation field each year. These factors include but are not limited to geographic and cultural diversity, attendee cost, available meeting space, and social justice considerations.
The following priorities guide Annual Meeting site selection: