Advocating for Special Education Programs, Teachers, and Students with Dr. Jane West [Podcast]

Introduction In the last decade, there’s been a 17% decrease in special education programs. I discussed this unsettling statistic—and other pressing issues facing special education—with […]

Online Teaching Tips for Teacher Prep Professionals with Dr. James Mitchell [Workshop]

Introduction Imagine preparing teacher candidates online with old school dial-up. Wild, right? But that’s how Dr. James Mitchell began preparing teacher candidates online in 1999. […]

5 Ways to Support ETS PPAT Candidates

Are you a cooperating teacher or supervising instructor for the ETS PPAT assessment? If so, you have a responsibility to support candidates—and support comes in […]

Educators Rising Looks to Fill the Teacher Shortage

Introduction Recruit them while they’re young. That’s the strategy of organizations like teacher academies and Educators Rising—they generate excitement and interest among High Schoolers to […]

Navigating edTPA With Dr. Lisa Barron [Podcast]

Introduction Does your program or state participate in edTPA? The probability is pretty high. As more and more programs and states adopt edTPA standards, teacher […]

Discussing Equity in the Classroom with Rodney Robinson [Podcast]

Introduction As many of us are social distancing and hunkered down in our homes, we crave inspirational stories. That’s why we’re sharing our interview with […]

Teaching Online Courses in Teacher Preparation Programs [Podcast]

Introduction With coronavirus closing down universities and colleges worldwide, instructors are frantically transitioning to teaching online courses. To give you some encouragement and tips, we’re […]

6 Assignments for Online Instructors in Teacher Preparation

In the world of higher ed, coronavirus has hit teacher preparation programs particularly hard. Not only have teachers been expected to become online instructors in […]

Why Teachers Stay: A Study of Teacher Retention [Podcast]

Introduction A recent publication found that 44% of new teachers in public and private schools leave teaching within five years of entering the profession. That’s […]

Talking CAEP Accreditation with the President of CAEP [Podcast]

Introduction Today we talk all things accreditation with CAEP’s President Dr. Christopher Koch. He shares his perspective on accreditation in the US and even includes […]

A 100 Years of the Association of Teacher Educators [Podcast]

Introduction The Association of Teacher Educators is celebrating 100 years! As educators across the country congregate to Atlantic City this week for the annual ATE […]

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