Programs & Services

AACTE addresses a range of professional issues through its programming. In addition to signature work in areas such as advocacy, events, and the Innovation Exchange, the Association operates or collaborates on several programs and services for its members.

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Preservice Residency Helps Candidates Develop Teaching Style, Confidence

Two new videos are available this week in AACTE’s Research-to-Practice Spotlight Series highlighting the St. John’s University (NY) School of Education clinical preparation program known as RISE. This week’s videos show how the experience teacher candidates have in the classroom contributes to their teaching style and to their readiness to teach after completing their 1-year internships. See this introduction to the series for more information about RISE. The School of...
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AACTE Holmes Program

Holmes Scholars logoSince 1991, the AACTE Holmes Scholars® Program has supported doctoral students from historically underrepresented backgrounds pursuing careers in education at AACTE member institutions. AACTE is expanding the Holmes Program to support students at earlier points in their education careers. The expanded programs will provide mentorship, peer support, and professional development opportunities at four levels.

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edTPA

Candidates Speaking About edTPAedTPA is a preservice assessment process designed by educators to answer the essential question: "Is a new teacher ready for the job?" Learn more about edTPA from the perspective of a teacher candidate in these video interviews from practicing teachers in New York State.

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Innovation Exchange

Innovation Exchange logo The Innovation Exchange is a AACTE initiative that supports university-based educator preparation programs in responding to the changing demands of the workforce and in preparing educators to meet the needs of PK-12 learners. The activity and programming of the Innovation Exchange are guided by the following four interdependent components: Pedagogy, Workforce Development, Capacity Building, and Documentation and Synthesizing Research.

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