Clinical Designs Advancing STEM Teacher Preparation and Linked Learning
SchoolsMovingUp at WestEd
Thursday, March 7, 2013 @ 3:30-5 p.m., Pacific Time
Tel: 415.615.3213 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for this webinar and learn successful strategies for advancing science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) in clinical teacher preparation.
Examples of strategies to be presented are STEM-rich elementary schools, middle school math and science teacher preparation, and High School Linked Learning partnership designs.
- Carolyn Nelson, Interim Dean, College of Education, California State University (CSU), East Bay
- Babette Benken, Associate Professor and Math Education Graduate Advisor, Mathematics and Statistics, CSU Long Beach
- Jared Stallones, University Coordinator, Single Subject Credential Program, CSU Long Beach
- Nancy Farnan, College of Education, San Diego State University
- Nader Imad Twal, Smaller Learning Communities & Linked Learning Project Director, Long Beach (CA) Unified School District
- Arlene LaPlante, Director for ConnectEd Network, ConnectEd
- Penni Hudis, Director, Pathway and Curriculum Development, ConnectEd
Brad Stam, Vice President, ConnectEd, will introduce the webinar. Carlos Ayala, Interim Dean, Sonoma State University, will be the discussant.
This is the third webinar in a series in partnership with the California Alliance for Clinical Preparation. The series, hosted by WestEd's SchoolsMovingUp, is a collaboration between California State University and WestEd.
The other webinars in this series are:
- January 10: California Alliance for Clinical Partnerships: Models of Success (archived)
- February 7: Clinical Demonstration Schools and Co-Teaching Residencies (archived)
- April 9: Innovative Induction and Beginning Teacher Support Programs, Part I
- May 2: Outcomes-Based Assessments in Teacher Preparation
- June 4: Innovative Induction and Beginning Teacher Support Programs, Part II