2016 Annual Conference Presentations

Power Point Presentations from Breakout Sessions:

Soliciting Stakeholders' Perceptions of Fieldwork Evaluation Practices to Improve Preservice Teachers' Learning Outcomes and Meet Evidence Mandates presented by Amber Peacock, Randolph-Macon College

Questioning What We Know:  Evaluating Predictability of Candidate Data presented by Megan Parker Peters and Deborah Boyd, Lipscomb University

Changing the Climate for Clinical Practice through Mutually Beneficial Partnerships presented by Rochelle Berndt and Karen Kaye, Baldwin Wallace University

A Tale of Two Schools: The Success and Challenges of Site Board Pre-service Teacher Trainingpresented by Lisa Laurier and Lori Johnson, Whitworth University

We Need to Learn the Steps before We Can Dance presented by Gina Post and Kathy Calabrese, Wittenberg University

Investigation of Supplemental Curricula for Initial Teacher Preparation presented by Brian Yontz, Wieenberg University

Summer Camp as a Collaborative Partnership presented by Mary Ellen Bardsley and Kathleen McGrath, Niagara University

Establishing Mutually Beneficial P-20 Collaboratives presented by Paige Tompkins, Mercer University and Angie Gant, Georgia Professional Standards Commission

The Power of Integrating Care "TECH"niques in Teacher Preparation Programs at AILACTE Institutionspresented by Jennie Carr, Bridgewater College

Environmental and Sustainability Curricula for Initial Teacher Preparation presented by Doreen Keller and Kathryn Picanco, Whitworth University

Assessing Learner Centered Collaboration within P-12 Schools presented by Daniel Bishop and Robin Henrikson, Seattle Pacific University

Sustaining a Multi-partner Experiential Learning Initiative:  Middle Schools, Teacher Education and a College Based Environmental Collaborative presented by Ronald Sjoerdsma and Marjorie Terpstra, Calvin College

Candidate Research as a Pedagogical Practice:  An Important Collaborative Venture presented by Marjorie Terpstra and Nalova Westbrook, Calvin College

A Review of a Dyslexia Therapy Program and Its Effects on Dyslexia Students' Reading Growth and Development presented by Jennifer Stafford, Mississippi College