OCTEO Spring 2018 Conference
Thursday 9:45 AM Breakout Sessions I

Advocating for Education through the Ohio Deans Compact: A Forum for P20 Partnerships Focused on Inclusive Educator Preparation Scioto A
Mary Lou DiPillo, Youngstown State University
Sally Brannan, Wittenberg University
K. Ann Kaufman, Marietta College
This session describes how the Ohio Deans Compact serves as a P20 forum for advocating for Ohioís system of education and increased opportunities for all learners.

Stepping out of the Ivory Tower to Advocate for Education: How Academics Can Utilize Social Media and Blogging to Make an Impact Franklin C
Bradley Conrad, Capital University
Participants of this session will examine how they can become advocates for education through use of blogging and social media, looking at the Tales from the Classroom project as one such way.

Advocating for Inclusive Teaching Practices: Successfully Navigating Partnerships in Inclusive Teaching Settings (SNPiITS) Tools Franklin D
Dianne Gut, Ohio University
Pamela Beam, Ohio University
The purpose of this session is to introduce conference participants to the products of a collaborative partnership between P-12 teachers and IHE faculty which will help educators to more effectively advocate for inclusive teaching practices.

Advocating for International Students through Intercultural Developing Coaching (IDC) Olentangy A
Allison Baer, University of Findlay
Chris Moser, The University of Findlay
This presentation will discuss the Intercultural Developing Coaching Initiative which was implemented to further awareness of how university faculty and staff engage with and advocate for international students.

Third Space: Advancing Transformative Learning Environments in a Clinical Model of Teacher Preparation Olentangy B
Jane Skon, Francis of Ohio University
Julie Barnhart, Francis of Ohio University
University instructor and literacy center director create third space where teacher candidates can learn to effectively assess and instruct students in literacy strategies and skills.

A Collaborative, Multi-College Examination of the Clinical Modelís Impact on Student Learning Outcomes Ohio A
Sara Hartman, Ohio University
Charles Lowery, Ohio University
Michael Hess, Ohio University
Christopher Kennedy, Ohio University
Marcy Keifer-Kennedy, Ohio University
Madison Paige Coy, Ohio University
Ann Kaufman, Marietta College
This presentation will detail findings from a mixed-methods, multi-college research project that explored the impact of clinically-based teacher education on P-12 student learning outcomes.

Reflections: Professional Development Using Culturally Responsive Strategies in Secondary School Curriculum in Malawi Ohio B
Novea McIntosh, The University of Dayton
Connie Bowman, The University of Dayton
Claire Fackel-Darrow, The University of Dayton
Education is the equalizer in any society, but increasingly in Malawi, rural kids are being left out of the best schools due to opportunity. This session presents a self-reflection experience of two professors and a pre-service teacher from a private university in the mid-western United States Teacher Education Program who visited Malawi and participated in the professional development of teachers for a new secondary or high school.

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