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CCSSO Inclusive Leadership Webisode: AACTE/CEEDAR/CCSSO - Teacher Candidates as Assets - Shared screen with speaker view
Cara Dubay
30:20
Cara Dubay, Clinical Placement Coordinator and Mount St. Joseph University
Lisa Mozer
30:20
Lisa Mozer, Director, Office of Field Experience & PK-12 Partnerships. National Louis University
Phyllis Wolfram, CASE
30:21
Phyllis Wolfram, Executive Director, Council of Administrators of Special Education (CASE)
Ariane White
30:21
Ariane White Loyola Marymount University Supervisor/Coordinator of Clinical Fieldwork, Traditional Pathway
Alisha Albritten
30:22
Alisha Albritten, Human Resources Director, Clayton County Public Schools (GA)
Randa Suleiman
30:22
Randa Suleiman, Associate Professor, Alverno College
Dani Smith
30:23
Dani Smith, Director of Field Experiences, University of Montana
Kim Hofkamp
30:24
Kim Hofkamp, Director of Clinical Experience, Carroll University (Wisconsin)
Carol Moffitt
30:28
Carol Moffitt, NC Dept. of Public Instruction
Michelle Patterson
30:28
Michelle Patterson - Director of Sped for Northeast CO BOCES; Colorado
Cynthia Bolton-Gary
30:29
Cynthia Bolton-Gary, Associate Vice Chancellor for the University System of Georgia
Kathleen Puckett
30:30
Kathleen Puckett, Arizona State University, Associate Professor and lead strategist for special education program
Aaron Malczewski
30:38
Aaron Malczewski - CESA 7 Green Bay, Wisconsin. Educator Licensing Program Coordinator.
Krysta Bellevue
30:38
Krysta Bellevue, Hawai’i Inclusion Educational Specialist
Diana McDonald
30:38
Diana McDonald, HR, Alamogordo Public Schools
Carol Ciotto
30:38
Carol Ciotto, Interim Assistant Dean for Accreditation and Partnerships, edTPA coordinator at Central CT State University
James Maloney
30:39
Jim Maloney,Adjunct Buffalo State College
Amy Strickland
30:39
Amy Strickland, CQTL, Columbus State University
Jill Grubb
30:40
Jill Grubb, Ohio Dept. of Ed, Office Educator Effectiveness
Vicki Griffo
30:43
Vicki Griffo CALI Reads Director, CA SPDG
Michelle Sandler
30:44
Michelle Sandler, Teacher Education Specialist, MN Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board
Kimiko Ott
30:44
Kimiko Ott, Education Department Chair, Marian University - Fond du Lac, WI
Raisa Portman
30:46
Raisa Portman, Assistant Director Office of Field Experiences, SUNY Fredonia
Celeste Comeau-Mullane
30:48
Celeste Comeau-Mullane, Director of Partnerships and Placements , Rhode Island College
Alicia Palmer
30:53
Alicia Palmer, Maryland State Department of Education
Mary Ann McKinnon
30:54
Mary Ann McKinnon, Associate Dean, College of Education and Health Sciences, Bridgewater State University MA
Jennifer Wojcik
30:55
Jen Wojcik, Maryland State Department of Education, Instructional Assessment Specialist
David DeGuire
30:55
David DeGuire-Director is Teacher Education, Professional Development, and Licensing at Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction
Amber Ward
30:58
Amber Ward, Director of Field and Clinical Experiences, Georgia Southwestern State University
Eleonora Villegas-Reimers
31:00
Eleonora Villegas-Reimers, Boston University Wheelock College of Education and Human Development
Andrea Decker
31:03
Andrea Decker, Director of Clinical Education and Partnerships, Binghamton University
Eileen Heddy
31:04
Eileen Heddy, The College of New Jersey, Director of Support forTeacher Prep Programs
Julie Jameson
31:07
Julie Jameson, Statewide Director of Kansas Early Career Special Education eMentoring
Doreene Etongue-Mayer
31:15
Doreene Etongue-mayer, Associate Professor and Graduate Licensure program Chair- The College of St. Scholastica, Duluth MN
Lauren Tafrate
31:20
Lauren Tafrate, CCSU
Tammy Krueger
31:20
Tammy Krueger, Director of Special Services, Elizabeth School District, CO
Angela Murphy
31:28
Angela Murphy, Associate Director Office of Student Success in Field Experience, Adelphi University. NY
Scott Bogan
31:29
Scott Bogan, Indiana Department of Education
Debbie Gober
31:43
Debbie Gober, Professor of Mathematics Education, Columbus State University, Department of Teacher Education
Becky Kappus
31:44
Becky Kappus (NM Public Education Dept.)
Lindsay Kubatzky
31:45
Lindsay Kubatzky, NCLD
Caren Gough
31:54
Caren Gough Stony Brook University Science Education Program
Heather Scott
31:57
Heather Scott, Georgia Southern University, MAT Program Director
Stephanie Koscielski
32:00
Stephanie Koscielski, Director of Clinical Experience, UMSL
Liz Arcieri
32:06
Liz Arcieri
Mike Harris
32:12
Mike Harris, Dean, College of Education and Professional Studies, University of Wisconsin-River Falls
Joelle Lastica Hlava
32:45
Joelle Lastica Hlava, Office of the State Superintendent of Education (DC)
Liz Arcieri
32:46
Liz Arcieri, University of New Hampshire
Sharon Fuller
33:53
Sharon Fuller, CT Department of Education
Mary Lou Rossi
34:59
Mary Lou Rossi University of Rhode Island
Mark Zuzek
35:12
Mark Zuzek, Superintendent of ISD 917, Dakota County in Minnesota
Lynn Holdheide
36:16
Please feel free to submit question via chat!
Kelsey Bouslaugh
36:21
Kelsey Bouslaugh, University of Northern Colorado
Lana Colletkl@uww.edu
39:27
please forgive me if you already addressed this, but will we have access to slides after the presentation today?
Lynn Holdheide
40:29
Here is a link to the brief: https://ceedar.education.ufl.edu/portfolio/shortages-covid19-teacher-candidates-as-assets/
Nikki Heiman
42:22
Am I the only one not seeing any slides?
Lisa Mozer
42:38
slides are projecting
Nikki Heiman
42:59
Ok, so slides aren’t on the zoom call at all?
Lynn Mahlum
43:16
I can see the slides.
Robert Morse
43:36
Click on your view options in the top right corner.
Jessica Towarak
44:13
Jessica Towarak, Special Education Director, Bering Strait School District, Alaska
Sara B Woolf
44:53
Thanks for continued supports - very timely and helpful
Lynn Holdheide
45:25
Please submit any questions. We will have a break for questions in 5 minutes
Robert Morse
47:50
I'm curious to know how others have shifted supervision of students? Business as usual? Use of Video? Combination of face-to-face and video? Is face-to-face supervision going to be a thing of the past, with many programs shifting to online coursework, and students being spread across wide regions?
Robert Morse
47:59
No sound.
Vicki Griffo
48:00
No sound
Margaret Renn
48:04
You need to share your computer audio.
Adria Curtin
48:05
I am unable to hear it
Sara B Woolf
48:09
volume not playing
Eileen Heddy
49:10
I am wondering if most EPPs are continuing early field experiences or have suspended them for this year?
Dani Smith
49:18
We've done remote supervision, and it looks a variety of ways. Sometimes it's via videorecording with ipad or other device, sometimes it's a ZOOM recording...it kind of depends on the setup at the school, and what the school permits.
Lucky Mason-Williams
49:40
At Binghamton, we're using Panopto and Sibme to do supervision remotely in most of our programs. I used Sibme in the spring and plan to use it again in 2021. I've also used Skype and Zoom
Ellie Friedland
50:11
I supervise in three districts...none allow college supervisors in person. We are doing all supervision live on zoom as candidates teach either remotely or in person.
Lana Colletkl@uww.edu
50:25
WI department of public instruction has been incredibly flexible thus far and are preparing an emergency ruling to provide additional flexibilities (some that may become permanent) moving forward. These include virtual synchronous and asynchronous observations.
Kerry Hegele
50:58
Our supervisors are using GoReact for observations. It's working really well!
Lucky Mason-Williams
51:13
For what it's worth, I've been using Zoom and other systems for remote supervision for a number of years (pre-pandemic)- it's not perfect, but it works
Lynn Mahlum
51:30
We are using GoReact, as well. I agree, it’s working really well.
Robert Morse
51:51
At ASU, we have implemented the use of GoReact for observation/evaluation/coaching, along with Zoom for pre/post conferences and coaching. I think it may actually change the way we deploy supervisors as we move forward, but time will tell.
Lucky Mason-Williams
52:33
I'm a HUGE fan of Sibme- very similar to GoReact
Robert Morse
52:44
I wonder if one method is better than the other. Video/remote vs. face-to-face.
Carol Koroghlanian
53:05
We work with about 70 mostly rural school districts in Wisconsin. One has insisted on in-person supervision. The rest either require or prefer remote synchronous observations. Few would allow recordings for observations. We’re using Bluejeans, Zoom and Teams—whatever the district prefers.
Lynn DeLUca
53:10
In NYC we're using GoReact as well. We've customized the GoReact rubric to align with our supervisor's formative assessment/observation report. Now, looking forward to running customized reports targeting students' skills.
Kari Deswood
53:23
I am assuming that these platforms cost money. Is one less expensive than another?
Kerry Hegele
53:38
We've done the same with the rubric. We are using the markers a lot, which has been great.
Robert Morse
53:48
I would love to form a GoReact collaboration group, if others are interested.
Randa Suleiman
53:54
We use the swivl with zoom for remote observations
Margaret Renn
54:06
At William Paterson University all observations are remote using Zoom, Interact and Chalk and Wire. It has worked quite well.
Stephanie Koscielski
54:21
We're using video and zoom. Fortunately, we've been having our candidates video for many years so this was already in place with our partner districts.
David Gill
55:31
Lucky - It has worked GREAT for us here at CV!
Robert Morse
55:31
Lucky, very interesting approach!
Michelle Sandler
55:33
One benefit of online platforms is that candidates are able to see themselves teach and understand supervisor feedback in the context of the candidate's instruction. I recently had someone walk me through how Teacher Prodigy works, and they report that teacher candidates have made great progress with opportunities allowed by the platform.
Vicki Griffo
55:54
Lucky, can you remind me of your role?
Lisa Mozer
56:01
Many privacy issues that we are facing with remote supervision in Illinois.
James Maloney
56:33
Buffalo State has a DeFT fellowship program allowing teacher candidates to be substitute teachers and be recognized as a fellow
Lucky Mason-Williams
56:44
Associate Professor of special education, I also led our accreditation efforts (AAQEP-approved 2020!)
Vicki Griffo
57:28
Thank you! That’s helpful to know how you were able to have those important conversations.
Margaret Renn
58:15
NJ will not permit substitute teaching experiences, short or long term, to be considered as clinical work. We advocated for a change to this administrative code in light of Covid without success.
Lucky Mason-Williams
58:19
I work with AMAZING people- our field ed director is also participating today. She led many of these efforts!
Lynn Holdheide
58:50
@Kari Deswood - most virtual meeting platforms have an option for free use - you often can pay to upgrade and have access to more enhanced features
Margaret Renn
59:56
The NJDOE led a stakeholder group in writing a tool
David Hoppey
01:00:28
Biggest issue we have had is acessing the school’s LMS system as our UG candidates are not employees. Coupled with privacy or firewalls in our K12 school partners networks it’s been challenging but we’re working through the issues. GoReact and zoom have worked well for videoing and supervision but the day to day work of our candidates is problematic due to lack of access.
Margaret Renn
01:00:37
...toolkit to place and support clinical interns and schools: https://www.njacte.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Placing-and-Supporting-Clinical-Interns-Fall-2020-Toolkit.pdf that may be helpful.
Lucky Mason-Williams
01:01:13
@Margaret Renn- I appreciate the reluctance about using candidates as subs, but I also see the opportunity. Definitely preferred when we had a mix of both
Robert Morse
01:02:59
We are also looking at unique roles interns/residents may hold in remote/online settings. https://workforce.education.asu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Roles-for-MLFTC-elementary-Resident-Teachers-in-an-online-setting_v1.0.pdf
Lynn Mahlum
01:03:17
I’m not a fan of using teacher candidates as subs. They are still learning and need guidance. However, other universities in the area are allowing it so we had to too.
Mark Zuzek
01:03:18
In Minnesota, we are able to have a person with a BS/BA degree become a "tier 2 teacher." They actually teach every day, and they attend classes two evenings a week to attain a special education license in two years. The Minnesota legislature has funded a "Grow your Own" grant program. So, school districts hire their own highly successful paraprofessionals to nurture them to become a licensed special education teacher.
Lynn Mahlum
01:03:48
Hi Mark, I’m from MN too. :)
Robert Morse
01:03:56
https://workforce.education.asu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Roles-for-MLFTC-Secondary-Teacher-Candidates-in-an-Online-Setting_v1.0.pdf
Robert Morse
01:04:58
Lindsey! Thank you for having the courage to share your experience with us!
Rodrick Lucero
01:05:18
Lindsey, you are doing a great job of articulating how Clinical Practice partnerships can become a value-added asset!!
Mary Churchill
01:05:53
Lindsey, this is awesome. Thank you so much for sharing your experiences!
Phyllis Wolfram, CASE
01:06:05
Lindsay, Your enthusiasm is contagious! Thank you for sharing!
Becky Kappus
01:06:21
Agreed! Thank you Lindsey. Really appreciate your perspective.
Lynn Holdheide
01:06:24
Lindsey, I think you have several interested in hiring you:)
Lynn Mahlum
01:06:40
I love your enthusiasm, Lindsey!
Carol Moffitt
01:08:02
Thank you for sharing, Lindsey!
Lori Wolf
01:08:20
Lindsey, how about access to books? How are you getting books to the children?
Mary Ann McKinnon
01:08:41
Thanks for the resource links everyone. I'm downloading like crazy! Thanks for sharing.
Margaret Renn
01:09:18
@Lindsey - You are demonstrating how we always need to adapt to support student learning. I am a proud Wheelock alum. You brought me back to my teacher prep. Thank you.
Robert Morse
01:11:29
Same situation is happening here in the wild west, AZ.
Mark Zuzek
01:11:47
Thank you Lindsey, well done. Your perspective is very valuable!
Patrick Halladay
01:13:00
I would be interested to hear from candidates on the relative efficacy of these different modalities. Unlike most classroom teachers, they have had more of less equal amounts of time these diverse modalities so they are less prejudiced by experience. I would guess it would actually be a pretty big vote in favor of in-person instruction.
Robert Morse
01:14:01
Building on Patrick's inquiry, I am also interested to know what candidates think about virtual supervision vs. face-to-face.
Patrick Halladay
01:16:42
Good point, Robert. It would be interesting to learn a bit about best practices in remote supervision to support candidates who might be in more rural schools.
Ellen Baker
01:17:00
Our candidates prefer face to face but are adapting to the change. We developed 6 Professional development modules that were related to remote instruction. They were required prior to entering the full time student teaching internships. They encompassed topics like creating an inclusive environment, project based remote instruction, equitable practices, culturally response instruction. Each module had many links to effective resources. It helped the interns to feel more confident here in Vermont with the hybrid and remote instruction. Schools are just going fully face to face
Lynn Holdheide
01:17:37
@Ellen Baker. Are these modules able to be shared?
Margaret Renn
01:17:44
Adding to the previous questions to the teacher candidates, I would like to know how prepared they feel for being a teacher of record of a face to face classroom after doing clinical work in a remote or hybrid setting.
Lucky Mason-Williams
01:18:33
Agreed. Candidates I've supervised remotely appreciated the opportunity to take jobs in other states while finishing their preparation, but I've not had the opportunity to research the impact/advantages/disadvantages.
Patrick Halladay
01:19:16
Great point, Margaret!
Robert Morse
01:20:07
Lucky, I have done some research on remote supervision. There really isn't a huge body of research out there.
Lucky Mason-Williams
01:20:28
Time to get to work :)
Robert Morse
01:20:43
Right! That's what my dissertation committee is telling me.
Doreene Etongue-Mayer
01:21:19
Dr. Jackson, what will this look like for student teachers in setting where their students are all white?
Lucky Mason-Williams
01:21:29
We can likely learn from work done on instructional coaching
Lana Colletkl@uww.edu
01:21:35
I have to leave a few minutes early for another meeting. Thank you all for your wisdom, insights and experience sharing.
Vicki Griffo
01:21:50
Can someone save the chat and share? I cannot do it on my end.
Ellen Baker
01:22:14
Lynn please send me your email and I will forward them to you. ellen.baker@uvm.edu
Sara B Woolf
01:24:12
Our teacher candidates are not consistently gaining access to field based learning experiences. Many feel high levels of anxiety surrounding this.
Cynthia Bolton-Gary
01:24:24
Districts in GA have expressed a desire to hire these beginning teachers because they have these diverse experiences and are prepared to flip and flex and handle the uncertainty.
Sara B Woolf
01:24:36
We are exploring alternate ways for them to gain more direct experience
Robert Morse
01:24:38
Sara, same thing is happening with our students. A lot of anxiety.
Kennetha Schmits
01:25:07
Thank you!
Lucky Mason-Williams
01:25:14
Mentorship and instructional coaching are going to be soooo important moving forward
Kizzy Blackwell
01:25:26
Since remote learning might be the first teacher experience, it is important to provide new teachers family engagement training to help build relationships next year
Sara B Woolf
01:25:30
Again, thanks folks for taking this time
Tim Dove
01:25:43
Thank you all... great ideas to consider and move on...
Barry Rosenwasser
01:25:52
Thank you to all for an excellent set of presentations. Flexibility is the key!
Jacqueline Rodriguez
01:26:02
Yes to family engagement! NAFSCE is an important and valuable org providing learning and advocacy for family and school engagement!
Robert Morse
01:26:09
If anyone wants to connect to talk about how you are using GoReact, would love to connect. Robert.morse@asu.edu
Kathleen Herrmann
01:26:23
Thank you for sharing such helpful information!
Min-Jen Taylor
01:26:25
@ Barry, flexibility, understanding and grace is our theme for the school year
Kelli Green
01:26:28
Will you share the recording so I can watch what I missed?
Lynn Holdheide
01:26:50
Yes, the recording will be shared. Should be emailed to you if you registered
Rodrick Lucero
01:26:54
It's really a great conversation on how Clinical Practice is centered in this dialogue as a critical framework
Vicki Griffo
01:26:55
Great session!!!! Look forward to the recording, slides, and chat. Thank you!
Mary Churchill
01:27:12
This was fantastic. thank you!
Kelli Green
01:27:15
I so look forward to the upcoming special education webisode!
Jacqueline Rodriguez
01:27:21
Thank you to all of our participants for your questions, engagement, and your hard work to support our k20 learners!
Robert Morse
01:27:25
Thank you!
Kate Zilla
01:27:29
Yes - thanks!
Davena Jackson
01:27:35
Hi, so even in a situation where students are all White, the students candidates are taught to teach literature in ways that they can take up conversations on racism, white supremacy, etc.—in order to disrupt the status quo. We live in a pluralistic society thus we have to prepare our student candidates to teach as such. They are being taught to honor all the identities, cultures, languages of all students.
Sara B Woolf
01:27:36
Bye for now, and thanks
Candace Robbecke
01:27:38
Thank you!
Lisa Mozer
01:27:41
Great presentation thank you!