Don’t miss these important CAEPcon discussions equity and diversity!
Culturally Responsive Teacher Evaluation (CRTE): Meeting Standard 1 and the Equity Cross-Cutting Theme
Maria del Carmen Salazar presents adiscussion on the development and impact of a culturally responsive teacher evaluation (CRETE) model known as the Framework for Equitable and Excellent Teaching (FEET).
Diversity and Accreditation: Are we missing the mark?
A team from the National Association of Community College Teacher Education Programs (NACCTEP) will discuss the reasons why data on community college partnerships, articulations, and support services must be addressed within accreditation. NACCTEP will share data on how successful statewide articulations are making a difference towards diversifying the teacher pipeline.
Many Paths, One Goal: Addressing the Absence of Male Teachers of Color & Other P-12 Inequities This presentation details how one rural educator preparation program (EPP) in Alabama addresses the shortage of minority male teacher candidates. An EPP panel of faculty members from Athens State University and College of Education Dean, share the experience of beginning a grant-funded pilot program, Men of Kennis, and the research that supports the need of such recruit and retain initiatives.
Culturally Responsive Data Literacy: Why it is Important in Educator Preparation? This session discusses the contextual complexities at students bring into the classroom, implementing diverse data sources to address the whole child with an equity lens that promotes and asset-based model. This session will help you gain understanding of how to properly integrate culturally responsive data literacy into their curricula.