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  • Register your Institution as an Exhibitor at the Holmes Career Fair
    “AACTE meets the challenges of the 21st century through hosting career fairs that endeavors to diversify the post-secondary faculty pipeline. The outcomes of their efforts speak for themselves,” said Amanda Wilkerson, University of Central Florida, Holmes Program Alumna. “Through the Holmes Scholars program and innovative professional development training, I was able to showcase my research […]
  • Take a Deep Dive at #AACTE23
    At this year’s 75th Annual Meeting, AACTE is featuring several Deeper Dive sessions that cover topics most relevant to you, including a closer look and celebration of the JTE Article of the Year, a conversation on how apprenticeships can address the shortages, and many more.  These sessions were curated to reflect the association’s top strategic […]
  • Attend the #AACTE23 Closing Session: Deepen Learning through Interactive Classroom Discussions
    Engaging classroom discussions have been found to deepen learning, create community, and help students along their academic path. It has also been credited with building more democratic learning environments that are broadly inclusive and enhancing student learning. Contrary to this evidence, researchers find there are few high-quality discussions in most classrooms across the educational landscape. […]
  • Advocacy Matters: Spread the Word with #AACTE75Days75Ways Toolkit
    AACTE members are still offering tips on supporting educators, students, and educator preparation through the 75 Days | 75 Ways to advocate for educator preparation campaign. Every day until the launch of the 75th Annual Meeting on February 24 in Indianapolis, AACTE will share a new tip from a member. How Can You Help? Share […]
  • Ball State University to Play Major Role in Apprenticeship Supporting Indiana Educator Pipeline
    Ball State University will play a major role in a first-of-its-kind program in the nation centered on special education after the recent federal approval of a state registered apprenticeship supporting the educator pipeline.  Students participating in the program—which is first launching at Noblesville High School and will be available to scale at other Indiana schools—will […]