Teacher and leader preparation programs continue to adapt how they prepare their candidates during the COVID-19 shutdown and in anticipation of a very different future for teaching and learning.
As a follow-up to the highly popular April 23 webinar, this sequel will dig deeper into the critical topics impacting teacher and leader preparation programs across the nation and address many of the questions raised by participants in the initial webinar.
Join us and the five educator preparation program leaders from the first webinar, who will go into more detail on how their programs are adapting and innovating during this pandemic. They will continue to explore pressing questions around teacher and leader preparation during the COVID-19 crisis, including:
● How are programs approaching short and long term planning for the summer and fall semesters?
● How are institutions continuing to center equity in teacher and leader preparation during this time?
● How are programs infusing social-emotional learning and trauma-informed practices in their work with candidates?
Rebecca Cheung, University of California, Berkeley
Annamarie M. Francois, University of California, Los Angeles
Maria E. Hyler, Learning Policy Institute & EdPrepLab
Ira Lit, Stanford University
Jennifer Robinson, Montclair State University
Kathy Schultz, University of Colorado Boulder
Hosted by the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education and the Educator Preparation Laboratory, an initiative of the Learning Policy Institute and Bank Street Graduate School of Education
Learn more here: https://learningpolicyinstitute.org/event/webinar-deeper-dive-how-educator-preparation-programs-are-adapting-during-covid-19