Please Join Our Upcoming Webinar!
Teacher Education During COVID 19: Continuing the Conversation
Hosted by ATE and NAPDS
WHEN: Thursday, November 12, 2020 at 5:00 PM ET
WHAT: Come join a group of school and university-based teacher educators as we learn from each other and identify innovative ways to address issues impacting teacher education during the COVID 19 pandemic. NAPDS and ATE are partnering again to organize this members only session that highlights challenges, shares best practices, and engages participants in rich conversations about the future of teacher education.
HOW: Click here to register.
Join Us! | The first Thursday of each month, October 2020 – January 2021
Institutional Racism in Education: Truth, Trust, Courage and Empowerment
A Listen, Learn, and Share Webinar Sponsored by ATE
WHEN: First Thursday of each month, October 2020 – January 2021
- November 5th from 5:00-6:30PM EST
- December 3rd from 5:00-6:30PM EST
- January 3rd from 5:00-6:30PM EST
WHAT: Join a group of educators in a monthly online forum as we explore and actively address the varied dimensions of race and the systemic issues associated with race within educational practices and policies. A registration link will be provided a week in advance of each monthly session.
Session participants will discuss, examine, facilitate, share, and build on the following:
- Implications of race for educational processes including curriculum, instruction, assessment, and placement / diagnostic services.
- Actions to address the systemic racial issues within teacher preparation that diminish equitable educational services for academic, social and personal achievement of all students.
- Issues experienced when action is taken to address racial issues within the profession that affect educational parity for students’ academic, social and personal achievement.
- Coalition of educators committed to actively confront systemic racism in educational preparation, practices and policies to further social justice
This series of four monthly topical webinars will be facilitated by Dr. Charlene Johnson Carter from the College of Education and Health Professions Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Arkansas and Dr. Carrie Robinson from the College of Education Department of Educational Leadership at New Jersey City University.
By design, the webinars are interactive, allowing participants to share ideas. To ensure this component of the webinar is realized, a limit of 25 participants has been set for each webinar. If interest exceeds this limit, additional sessions to accommodate those interested will be considered. Registration is required and will be available/active the week prior to each monthly session.
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