2019 Annual Meeting Keynote Addresses - Atlanta, GA
Opening General Session
Sunday February 17, Capitol Ballroom, 6:30 PM
Robert J. Stevenson Memorial Lecture
Monday February 18, Capitol Ballroom, 9:15 AM
Distinguished Educator Lecture
Monday February 18, Capitol Ballroom, 2:15 PM
Research General Session
Tuesday February 19, Capitol Ballroom, 9:15 AM
Renée Clift, University of Arizona
Dr. Renée Tipton Clift is Associate Dean of the College of Education and Professor of Teaching, Learning, and Sociocultural Studies at the University of Arizona. She received her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Teacher Education from Stanford University and has been on the faculty of the University of Houston and the University of Illinois. While at Illinois she established the Illinois New Teacher Collaborative. Her research investigates factors that affect the process of learning to teach, which includes preservice teachers’ learning, educators’ continuing professional development, and educational leadership. Her current projects include Communities as Resources for Early Childhood Teacher Preparation (CREATE), which examines the change process as the college redesigns the early childhood teacher preparation program to focus more on families and communities; Making the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics Accessible to Teachers, which provides professional development for area teachers; and an ongoing study that employs self-study methodology to examine the impact a dean can have on program development.
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A. Lin Goodwin is the Professor and Dean, the Faculty of Education, the University of Hong Kong and formerly Evenden Professor of Education, and Vice Dean at Teachers College, Columbia University (TCCU). She is immediate past-Vice President of the American Educational Research Association (AERA)—Division K: Teaching and Teacher Education (2013-2016), and is co-director (and architect) of a joint MA in Educational Leadership and Change between TCCU and the National Institute of Education (NIE) in Singapore. She is the recipient of two multi-million dollar federal grants to support TR@TC, an innovative teaching residency program at Teachers College that she designed and launched in 2009. In 2015, Dr. Goodwin was honored as a Distinguished Researcher by AERA’s Special Interest Group: Research on the Education of Asian and Pacific Americans, and was also named the inaugural Dr. Ruth Wong Professor of Teacher Education, NIE.
Dr. Goodwin’s research focuses on teacher and teacher educator identities and development; multicultural understandings and curriculum enactments; the particular issues facing Asian/Asian American teachers and students in U.S. schools; and on international analyses/comparisons of teacher education practice and policy. Her work appears in top education journals including the Journal of Teacher Education, Urban Education, International Journal of Educational Research, and Teachers College Record; she is the editor of several books. Recent publications include “Who is in the classroom now? Teacher preparation and the education of immigrant children,” in Educational Studies; and “Managing reform in teacher education” (with Kosnik and Beck), in The International Handbook of Teacher Education. Forthcoming is a new book: Empowered educators in Singapore: How high-performing systems shape teaching quality (with E.L. Low and L. Darling-Hammond); and “Educating all children in multicultural, multilingual Singapore: The quest for equity amidst diversity” (with E.L. Low), in The International Handbook of Urban Education.
Faye Snodgrass is the Executive Director of Kappa Delta Pi.
"KDP's ideals of high standards and integrity, unbiased thinking and teaching, and service are timeless. It is an honor to advocate for and support educators and the teaching profession, which continuously changes lives for the better."
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