AACTE archives

From 2012 to 2019, TeachingWorks partnered with the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) to develop a thematic strand for the AACTE annual meeting. Review information and available materials from past TeachingWorks thematic strands in our AACTE annual meeting archive.

2019 AACTE Thematic Strand

Deeper Dive: (How) does knowing content matter for disrupting the persistence of oppression?

Saturday, February 23, 2019

Moderator: Deborah Loewenberg Ball (University of Michigan, TeachingWorks) Presenters: Sylvia Celedón-Pattichis, University of New Mexico; Carol Lee, Northwestern University; Abby Reisman, University of Pennsylvania; Maisha Winn, University of California, Davis

Learning Lab: “Kids, Content, Culture and other /k/ Words: The Role of Early Literacy Instruction in Disrupting Racism and Educational Inequity”

February 23, 2019

Presenter: Mikkaka Overstreet, Assistant Professor, Department of Literacy Studies, English Education, and History Education, East Carolina University

Learning Lab: “Content as a Resource in Democratic, Justice-oriented Social Studies Education”

February 23, 2019

Presenter: HIlary Conklin, Associate Professor, College of Education, DePaul University

2018 AACTE Thematic Strand

2017 AACTE Thematic Strand

Major Forum: How does the work of teaching become the work of justice and equity?

March 3, 2017

Moderator: Deborah Loewenberg Ball (University of Michigan, TeachingWorks) Presenters: Jason Kamras (District of Columbia Public Schools), Ernest Morrell (Teachers College, Columbia University) and Na’ilah Suad Nasir (University of California, Berkeley)

Diagnosing Particular Common Patterns of Student Thinking and Development in a Subject-Matter Domain

March 2, 2017

Presenter: Christopher Emdin, Teachers College, Columbia University

Teaching, Justice, and Equity: Designing Lessons and Sequences of Lesson

March 3, 2017

Presenters: Bree Picower (Montclair State University) and Casey Doyle (Newark Public Schools)

2016 AACTE Thematic Strand

2015 AACTE Thematic Strand

Major Forum: Holding ourselves accountable: To whom and for what is teacher education accountable?

February 28, 2015

Moderator: Deborah Loewenberg Ball (University of Michigan, TeachingWorks) Presenters: Paul Goren, (Evanston/Skokie Illinois School District), Jennifer Green (Urban Teacher Center), Pam Grossman (University of Pennsylvania), Etta Hollins (University of Missouri, Kansas City), Lillian Lowery (Maryland State Department of Education)

Assessing k-12 mathematics teachers’ discussion-leading practice: What can we learn through standardization?

February 28, 2015

Presenters: Nicole Garcia (University of Michigan, TeachingWorks) and Sarah Kate Selling (University of Michigan, TeachingWorks)

Meaningful pathways for family and community involvement in a practice-based teacher education program

March 1, 2015

Debi Khasnabis (University of Michigan), Catherine Reischl (University of Michigan), Susan Atkins (Ann Arbor Public Schools)

Assessing teaching practice: New ways of thinking about why, when, and how

March 1, 2015

Presenters: Meghan Shaughnessy (University of Michigan), Timothy Boerst (University of Michigan)

2014 AACTE Thematic Strand

Major Forum: It’s Not Elementary: Preparing elementary school educators

March 2014

Moderator: Deborah Loewenberg Ball (University of Michigan) Presenters: Leslie Atkins (California State University-Chico), Natalie Olinghouse (University of Connecticut), Elizabeth Hinde (Arizona State University), Tim Boerst (University of Michigan)

Rethinking the role(s) of instructional planning and the nature(s) of plans in teacher education

March 2014

Tim Boerst (University of Michigan School of Education), Kristine Schutz (TeachingWorks, University of Michigan)

Articulating instruction: How laboratory teaching supports specification of mathematics teaching practice

March 2014

Presenters: Deborah Loewenberg Ball (TeachingWorks, University of Michigan), Nicole Garcia (TeachingWorks, University of Michigan), Meghan Shaughnessy (University of Michigan School of Education)

Representations of Practice: Video collections and their use in teacher education

March 2014

Nicole Garcia (TeachingWorks, University of Michigan), Terri Ridenour (TeachingWorks, University of Michigan)

2013 AACTE Thematic Strand

Major Forum: Examining Professional Practice: Evolving Notions of Beginning Teacher Competencies

Feb/March 2013

Presenters: Deborah Ball, University of Michigan; Mary Diez, Alverno College; Tina Marshall-Bradley, Paine College; Deborah Schussler, Villanova University; Moderator: Sharon Feiman-Nemser, Brandeis University

Innovative Settings for Professional Learning for Teachers and Teacher Educators

Feb/March 2013

Presenters: Deborah Ball, TeachingWorks, University of Michigan; Sharon Feiman- Nemser Brandeis University; Elham Kazemi, University of Washington; Lisa Deiker, University of Central Florida

Implementing Major Organizational Changes in Teacher Education Programs

Feb/March 2013

Presenters: Cap Peck, University of Washington; Bob Floden, Michigan State University; Deborah Ball, TeachingWorks, University of Michigan

Making Content Explicit: Approaches for Supporting Elementary Teachers of Literacy and Mathematics

Feb/March 2013

Presenters: Kristine Schutz, TeachingWorks, University of Michigan; Nicole Garcia, TeachingWorks, University of Michigan

Defining High-Leverage Practices: About TeachingWorks

Feb/March 2013

Presenters: Francesca Forzani, TeachingWorks, University of Michigan; Punita Dani Thurman, TeachingWorks, University of Michigan

2012 AACTE Thematic Strand

Major Forum: Toward a More Practice-Based Preparation of Elementary Mathematics Teachers

February 2012

Presenters: Deborah Ball, University of Michigan; Wade Boykin, Howard University; Megan Franke, University of California Los Angeles; and Elham Kazemi, University of Washington

Preparing Skillful Beginning Teachers of Elementary Mathematics

February 2012

Presenters: Deborah Ball, Laurie Sleep, and Timothy Boerst, University of Michigan

Making High-Leverage Practices in Secondary English Language Arts the Focus of Methods Courses

February 2012

Presenters: Pam Grossman, Lisa Barker, and Michelle Brown, Stanford University

Reimagining Elementary Teacher Education

February 2012

Presenters: Elizabeth Davis and Timothy Boerst, University of Michigan

Showing, Not Telling: Using Video Records of Practice to Support Preservice English Teachers’ Enactments

February 2012

Presenter: Chandra Alston, University of Michigan

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