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October 2013 Archives

We are looking forward to seeing you soon! Save the date of Friday, December 13th for this year's TERI Partner Network Day and don't forget to REGISTER!

TERI Meeting

From left to right: Susan Ranney (Second Languages & Cultures), Keitha-Gail Martin-Kerr (Reading & Elementary Education), Martha Bigelow (EDRC Interim Director & Second Languages & Cultures), Barbara Billington (Science), and Terry Wyberg (Math)

Who's invited? TERI Partner District representatives, including:

  • cooperating teachers
  • principals and superintendents
  • district administrative leads in professional development, induction, talent acquisition, and human resources
  • TOSAs
  • co-teaching specialists
  • community liaisons
  • parents
  • teacher mentors
  • union representatives
  • university supervisors
  • CEHD licensed school professionals (LSP) representatives
  • graduate students
  • faculty from any teacher licensure program
  • CEHD senior management team (Dean's office)
  • EDRC/CEHD staff
  • and you!

Questions we want to address in our day together:

  • What have we accomplished together? What's working? What needs revision? What new work is next?
  • How do we leverage district-university partnerships at school sites for P-12 learners and teacher development?
  • What types of partnerships can we create at middle/high school sites between university faculty, school faculty, students and administrators?
  • How can we deepen our elementary school partnerships? How do we sustain and renew our district-school-college partnerships?

The day will also feature presentations on school partnerships between CEHD faculty and teachers, including:

  • Roosevelt High School's IPad Integration project with Terry Wyberg (Math)
  • Laura Jeffery Academy's Social Class project with Mark Vagle (Elementary Education)

REGISTER TODAY!

CEHD retains NCATE accreditation

The College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) continues the highest standard of accreditation and has been recognized for exemplary performance in its partnership with local schools by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).

"NCATE's accreditation renewal for the university, which extends through 2019, recognizes CEHD's high quality preparation of teacher candidates and other school professionals," said CEHD Dean Jean Quam.

"This recognition means a great deal to us and to our teacher candidates," she said. "We voluntarily pursue national accreditation, as it is not a state or national requirement, because we value the assessment of the quality of our programs against a set of very rigorous national standards and by our peers and P-12 school practitioners."

Learn more at the CEHD news blog.

Tiffany Moore named new Induction Coordinator

We're pleased to announce that Tiffany Moore is the new Induction Coordinator for Minneapolis Public Schools and the University of Minnesota TERI project. In her new role, she will be working to deepen the work of supporting cooperating teacher and supervisors as mentors in the clinical experience by developing more cluster sites and residency programs in Minneapolis. She will continue to implement the Induction Model, which began at the Induction Forum in June, and support all TERI partner districts with their induction goals by holding meetings and trainings throughout the school year (all dates have already been set and given to induction leads). Please feel free to contact Tiffany anytime at her new email address: tiffany.moore@mpls.k12.mn.us.

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