School of Education
College of Education
This workshop examines and shares how involving teachers, public school administrators, university deans, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences faculty and administrators, and faculty and administrators from the College of Education as equal partners in developing a teacher preparation program can simultaneously foster professional learning and leadership. Presenters will engage the audience in a process we used to design a new teacher preparation program for STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) graduates who are committed to becoming secondary mathematics and science teachers in high need schools.
International Council on Education for Teaching World Assembly
Schiller, Ellen and Melin, Jacque, "The Benefits of Involving Multiple Stakeholders as Equal Partners in the Teacher Education Program Development Process" (2011). Faculty Scholarly Dissemination Grants. 296.