Emerging Evidence and Promising Practices: ISNetworkED June 18, 2014 Conference

ISNetworkED Conference on
Emerging Evidence and Promising Practices
June 18, 2014

PowerPoints from the Conference Sessions 

Common Core and Implications for Teacher Education

Session Leader: Amy Rudat, Project Assistant, NYSED
Session Facilitator: Elizabethe Kelley, Central Region

edTPA: Topics and Lessons Learned

Session Leader: Beverly Falk, SCALE
Session Facilitator: Anna Hillary, NYC-1 Region

SBL: Data and Educator Leadership

Session Leaders: Ellen Mandinach, Senior Research Scientist, WestEd and Diana Nunnaley, Using Data Project, Director, TERC
Session Facilitator: Renée Gargano, Mid-Hudson Region

Modeling Data Use for Teacher Candidates

Session Leaders and Facilitators: Ellen Mandinach, Senior Research Scientist, WestEd and Diana Nunnaley and Mary Anne Mather, Using Data Project, Director, TERC

EAS and ALST

Session Facilitator: Kathy Hinchman, Central Region 

Focus on EAS
Session Leader, Maritza Macdonald, Sr. Director of Education and Policy and AMNH-MAT Program Co-Director, American Museum of Natural History

  • What Teacher Knowledge is Required of EAS and How are We Providing that Knowledge in Our Programs? Sr. Director of Education and Policy and AMNH-MAT Program Co-Director, American Museum of Natural History
  • Integrating Language Objectives and Linguistic Objectives into Lesson Plans, (PPT 1 and PPT 2) Lucia Buttaro, Professor, Adelphi University 
    Please contact Lucia Buttaro (buttaro@adelphi.edu) directly to request copies of other materials shared during the presentation.
  • Online Resource Repository for the Educating All Students Test, Karen Bell, Associate Professor, Chair, Department of Educational Administration, SUNY New Paltz
  • An Evidence-Based Reflection on EAS Implementation and Its Impact on Teacher Preparation, Deven Thornburg, Professor; MaryJean McCarthy, Clinical Assistant Professor; Corinne Donavan, Assistant Dean of Research and Evaluation; Emily Kang, Assistant Professor; Adelphi University

Focus on ALST
Session Leader: Kathy Hinchman, Professor, Director of Doctoroal Programs, Reading and Language Arts, Syracuse University

Clinically Rich Practice

Session Leaders: Mark LaCelle-Peterson, Senior Vice-President, CAEP
Session Facilitator: Patricia Wrobel, Western/Fingerlakes/Rochester Region

Big Ideas Session Summaries