OCTEO Spring 2019 Conference
Thursday 10:00 AM Breakout Sessions I
AL: Accreditation & Licensure
IT: Innovations in Teaching
FC: Field & Clinical Work
CAEP Advanced Standards
Gary Railsback, CAEP (Washington DC)
Gary Railsback follows up his morning keynote with more details plus Q&A on the CAEP Advanced Standards.
Engaging Endeavors with P-12 School District Partners
Tracey Kramer, Wright State University
Amy Elston, Wright State University
How do you build relationships with P-12 partners? Developing mutually beneficial projects focused on professional development or student opportunities is our mission. Examples will be shared.
Preparing Educators to Work in a Diverse Future Through Children’s Literature
Raven Cromwell, Marietta College
This hands-on demonstration fits with OCTEO’s theme of preparing educators to work with a variety of diverse students through children’s literature. While the students in the classrooms are diversifying quickly, their teachers are not. All teachers need to be prepared to work with a variety of students in order to meet their academic, social-emotional, and cultural needs.
Ohio Assessments for Educators (OAE) and edTPA Updates
Jerry Bush, Evaluation Systems Group of Pearson
Jim Connolly, Evaluation Systems Group of Pearson
This session on the Ohio Assessments for Educators (OAE) and edTPA will include updates on assessments, test results reporting, preparation materials, and stakeholder supports.
Linking Innovative Assignments and Field Experiences: Collaborations to Prepare Candidates for Teaching Futures
Romena Holbert, Wright State University
Joshua Cyr, Wright State University
Join us for a series of classroom activities that enable teacher candidates to evaluate connections between their philosophies and fieldwork while engaging in collaborative innovation.