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Targeting a New Way Forward: Developing Intentional Professional Growth Opportunities for Pre-Service Teachers

AACTE Annual Meeting
March 3, 2014

Michael J. Maher, Assistant Dean for Professional Education
Erin Thomas Horne, Asst. Director of Professional Education
Malina K. Monaco, Director of Knowledge Management

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  1. 1. Targeting a New Way Forward: Developing Intentional Professional Growth Opportunities for Pre-Service Teachers AACTE Annual Meeting March 3, 2014 Michael J. Maher, Assistant Dean for Professional Education Erin Thomas Horne, Asst. Director of Professional Education Malina K. Monaco, Director of Knowledge Management North Carolina State University College of Education
  2. 2. Developing Great Teachers Teacher Education Coursework The knowledge great teachers possess about teaching and learning Field Experiences/ Student Teaching Prior & Outside Experiences InService Experience
  3. 3. Linking Teacher Education to Beginning Teacher Success Teacher Education Metrics of Beginning Teacher Success: Performance Evaluations EVAAS PSI-BT (survey) Beginning Teacher Institute (NC State) Professional Development & Program Improvement In-Service Teaching Program & Unit Assessment: edTPA Field Evaluations Grades Licensure Exams
  4. 4. http://ced.ncsu.edu/licensureaccreditation/professional-development
  5. 5. English Language Learners Working with English Language Learners in the classroom Are you a student teacher this semester? How will you manage instructional practices for your English learners? What is the best way to teach students who are learning difficult subject matter at the same time that they are learning a new language? English learners struggle daily to blend language and content knowledge. SIOP (Sheltered Instructional Observation Protocol) is considered to be the best approach to facilitate high quality instruction for English learners. In this module you will view classroom teachers applying SIOP instructional principles. Session participants will work with peers to create and present a practical SIOP lesson. Dates: September 19th, 26th, and October 3rd Time: 4:30 until 6:00 pm Location: Poe 512 Instructor: Toby Brody, Director of English as a Second Language (ESL) and Coordinator of the ESL Licensure Program
  6. 6. Thank You!

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