Institute at a Glance, June 3-5, 2015
Join us and our community partners as we share a model that is showing great promise in the preparation of culturally responsive teachers, and which is evidencing impact on P-5 student learning, family engagement, and community mobilization efforts. This research-based model exemplifies CAEP standards as it offers candidates the depth and breadth they need to demonstrate their developing effectiveness as teachers. Institute participants will learn the essential components of the model, visit and dialogue with community partners, and explore ways in which teacher preparation programs can more effectively prepare candidates for an increasingly diverse society. Workshop sessions will present the opportunity to adapt this model to other neighborhoods and communities.
Three-day Institute Registration Fee- $230 (Excludes lodging and any meals on your own)
Lodging is available at the Ball State University Student Center Hotel, conveniently located at the same location as the institute. Reserve a room online, or call 765-285-1555. Please mention that you are attending the Institute in order to access rooms that have been reserved for participants. A 20% discount on lodging is available for those who register BEFORE May 12, 2015.
For more information, contact Eva Zygmunt, or see Schools Within the Context of Community