Global Educators Cohort Program - Teacher Education

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Agenda for California Meeting

9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Initial planning group
Outcomes:
1. Determine next steps for each committee
2. Determine how to work with the larger planning group that will meet in the afternoon; roles for the individuals in the larger planning group.

• The chair of each committee should provide a report on the work accomplished. (It would be best if everyone has read the material on the wikisite). Following the report we should open it up to discussion regarding next steps and timelines for this committee. These discussions should be captured and put up on the Wikisite. Eight committees allow us to have about 20 minutes per committee.

o Data sets – Harold Johnson
o Enrichment Activities – Susan Easterbrooks
o Public Advisory Group – Claudia Pagliaro
o Critical Outcomes – John Luckner
o Criteria for voting membership in the university consortium – Peter Paul
o Key components for collaborative agreements – Shirin Antia
o Suggested strategies for working with deaf education teacher preparation programs – Susan Lenihan

After each presentation we will discuss
o Future tasks
o Timelines for tasks
o Involvement of larger planning group

• Strategies to encourage the community to use the wikisite and comment on the work.
Meeting Notes:


1:30-4:40 p.m.

Larger planning group
Outcome: Commitment and involvement of community leaders to the planning process.

• Introduction to project and purpose of the larger planning group – Harold Johnson and Shirin Antia
• Introduction of individuals
• Committee reports (committee chairs).
o As in the a.m. we should provide a brief overview of what the committee has accomplished and ask for
• Individuals to join the committee
• Contributions that the larger community can make to this committee.
• What have we not yet thought of within the confines of our charge from OSEP?
• What support can you provide for doctoral preparation in terms of the following?
o Building the knowledge base
• Research access
• Research opportunities
• Research ideas

o Using the knowledge base for guiding practice and policy
• Opportunities to visit programs
• Opportunities for program evaluation
• Teaching and supervision opportunities
• Policy development opportunities
• Research to practice opportunities

Meeting Notes: