2015 Fall Conference, Lake of the Ozarks, MO

MACTE 2015 Fall Conference
Fall 2015 Presentations


Rethinking Field Experiences in Preservice Teacher Preparation

Presented by: Etta R. Hollins

Hollins-Rethinking Field Experiences-MO

Hollins – Additional Slide – Missouri


AACTE & CAEP Leadership Update

Presented by: Tim Wall

AACTE and CAEP leadership update Part 1- Dr Tim Wall MACTE 2015

AACTE and CAEP leadership update Part 2- Dr Tim Wall MACTE 2015

AACTE and CAEP leadership update Part 3- Dr Tim Wall MACTE 2015


Technology Use in Missouri High School English Classrooms

Presented by: Dr. Jon S. Turner, MSU

MACTE Presentation Fall 2015


Assessment Directors/Design or Purchase

Presented by: Tim Wall, Daryl Fridley, and Rick Stanton

Assessment Directors – Design or Purchase Part 1 -MACTE 2015

Assessment Directors – Design or Purchase Part 2 -MACTE 2015

Assessment Directors – Design or Purchase Part 3-MACTE 2015 from Tim Wall


Current Trends in Instructional Technology

Presented by: Dr. Odin Jurkowski

Current Trends in Instructional Tech2, Jurkowski, UCM,MACTE 2015


Building a Strategic Enrollment Plan

Presented by: Dr. Susan Craig, Associate Professor, Teacher Education, MSSU

Building a Strategic Enrollment Plan


Creating an Authentic Clinical Experience for Pre-Service Teachers: The Missouri State University Teacher Internship Academy

Presented by: Dr. David Hough, Candace Fairbairn, Dr. Vicki Schmitt, Dr. Jennifer Chastain, Lori Elliott, & Camie Lyons

Fairbairn, MACTE Fa15 Teacher Internship


DESE Presentations & Documents

Presented by: Hap Hairston, Christy Leighty, & Jim Connolly (Pearson)

MoPTA Fall 2015 Submission Changes 10-26-15

MACTE Presentation 10-27-15

Implementation of MoPTA – 1 (3)

DESE, FCE Meeting 10-26-15

DESE Update 10-28-15

MEGA Trifold 4-6-15


 

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