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  • Wednesday

    Midwest Region Meeting

    Oct 5, 02:00 PM - 03:00 PM (ET)

  • Thursday

    Internationalizing Education in Teacher Preparation

    Oct 6, 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM (ET)
    AACTE's Committee on Global Diversity is proud to host the University of Missouri-St Louis, College of Education, recipient of the 2022 AACTE Best Practice Award in Support of Global & International Perspectives. T his award, sponsored by AACTE’s Committee on Global Diversity, recognizes exemplary practice in the intercultural, global, cross-cultural, and international arenas and is presented each year at AACTE's Annual Meeting. The College of Education at the University of Missouri-St. Louis launched a year-long effort to enhance the internationalizing of our teacher preparation programs. The main objectives were to initiate a professional learning community centered on globally competent teaching, integrate global perspectives in their teacher education programs, create and share globally infused curricula, and strengthen international partnerships. The project was a comprehensive approach targeting faculty, staff, and students. In this webinar, faculty & staff from the College of Education will share four of the initiatives from their year. These four initiatives serve as examples of how teacher preparation programs can support internationalization: Internationalizing Teaching and Learning Inquiry Circles Teaching Global Readiness Grand Seminar Integrating Global Readiness in Curriculum Outcomes and Standards Doctorate of Education Partnership with Shenyang Normal University Speakers: Shea Kerkhoff, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Natalie Bolton, Ph.D., Director of Quality Assurance & Associate Professor Erin Fastzkie, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Miriam Jorge, Ph.D., Allen B. & Helen S. Shopmaker Endowed Professor Stephanie D. Koscielski, M.Ed., Senior Director of Clinical Experience & School Partnerships Timothy Mikando Makubuya, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Alina Slapac, Ed.D., Associate Professor Kim H. Song, Ed.D., Professor

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    CADREI Fall Conference

    Oct 9 - 12, (ET)

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