Friday, April 1, 2011: 8:45 AM-10:00 AM
Convention Center: Room 24ABC
NASPE/Research/Curriculum and Instruction
|Speakers:||B. Ann Boyce1; Michael R. Judd2; Grace Goc Karp3; Melissa Parker4; Linda Rikard5; Christina Sinclair4; Sue Sutherland6; Hans van der Mars7; Phillip Ward6; and Marianne L. Woods8, (1)University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, (2)Wingate University, Indian Trail, NC, (3)University of Idaho, Moscow, ID, (4)University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO, (5)George Mason University, Manassas, VA, (6)Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, (7)Arizona State University, Mesa, AZ, (8)Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL|
A consensus on the make-up of critical skills, areas of knowledge, and preferred dispositions of Doctoral PETE graduates to work successfully as both teacher educators and researchers in a variety of university contexts is lacking. This workshop specifically targets those engaged in doctoral and non-doctoral PETE programs, and focuses only on issues regarding the delivery of quality PETE programs, articulation of “best practices” within D-PETE programs, and central skills, knowledge, and dispositions of D-PETE graduates.