AACTE Annual Meeting

#AACTE22 Speaker Wall

The Social Justice Academy: Advocating for Democracy through Collaboration and Action
John Henning, Monmouth University
Nicole Pulliam, Monmouth University

Equity and Justice: Collaborative Self-Study Across Educator Preparation Programs
California State University Bakersfield
Brittney Beck  |  Bre Evans-Santiago  |  Alice Hays  |  Debbie Meadows  |  Sarana Roberts  |  Mahmoud Suleiman  |  Aaron Wisman

Fostering Emotional Intelligence in Teacher Preparation
James Falco, Monmouth University
Christine Grabowski, Monmouth University
John Henning, Monmouth University


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Re-thinking Clinical Practice: What 2020 Taught Teacher Preparation
Lisa Ghormley, University of Phoenix, Arizona
Pamela Roggeman, University of Phoenix, Arizona

 

Moral and Motivation Contours of Special Educators
Keri Desutter, Minnesota State University Moorhead
Jed Locquiao, Minnesota State University Moorhead

 

Building Teacher Leaders while Preparing Future Teachers through a Professional Learning Community of Preservice and Inservice Teachers
Selina Bartels, Valparaiso University
Ben Boche, Valparaiso University
Douglas Wassilak, Valparaiso University

The ABCs of Self-Care : How Candidates and Faculty Can Remain Filled Up So They Can Be Poured Out
Kasey Johnson, Ottawa University

Weaponizing History: political aims, ideologies, and fears that drive battles over curriculum
Serina Cinnamon, University of North Carolina at Pembroke
Anthony Johnson, University of North Carolina at Pembroke

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

 

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