The 2018 TTEF Summer Institute will be in the Philadelphia metro area at Arcadia University, from Saturday, July 7th to Saturday, July 14th, 2018.
About the Summer Institute:
At the TTEF Summer Institute, Fellows spend seven days learning, planning, and collaborating with each other to deepen their knowledge about cutting-edge instructional practices and design teacher inquiry projects that impact their teaching and research. In the first four days of the institute, Fellows will attend workshops facilitated by leading scholars and educators. The final three days are devoted to re-designing syllabi and creating teacher inquiry plans. After the institute, Fellows will implement their projects, and publish results in a co-edited book. Opportunities for additional research and teacher collaboration will also be available.
The following workshops will be recorded and/or Livestreamed for the public (click on titles for full descriptions):
Saturday, July 7th 4PM – Keynote Talk: What Kind of Teacher Education Do We Need In Our Current Turbulent Times? –Dr. Katherine Schultz, Dean of the University of Colorado-Boulder’s School of Education – RSVP Here –
Sunday, July 8th 10AM-1PM – Game Design in Education: Take advantage of the power of play –Dr. Matt Farber, Assistant Professor in the Technology, Innovation, and Pedagogy Program at the University of Northern Colorado
Monday, July 9th, 10AM-1PM – Critical Connected Learning for Teachers, Mentors, and Educators– Dr. Anna Smith, Assistant Professor at Illinois State University, School of Teaching and Learning & Christopher Rogers, Core member of Teacher Action Group Philadelphia.
Monday, July 9th, 2PM-4PM – Sustaining Youth Voice in the Classroom: Exploring Inquiry, Dialogue, and Performance as Civic Literacies – Nicole Mirra, Rutgers University & Danielle Filipiak, University of Connecticut
Tuesday, July 10th, 10AM-1PM – The Marginal Syllabus: Annotating the Web, (re)Marking on Educational Equity – Dr.Remi Kalir, Assistant Professor of Information and Learning Technologies at the University of Colorado Denver School of Education and Human Development
Tuesday, July 10th, 10AM-1PM – Writing Our Civic Futures: Connected Learning and Teaching with the National Writing Project – Christina Cantrill, Associate Director of National Programs, National Writing Project.
Tuesday, July 10th, 2PM-3PM – The Great Hacksby: Teaching Teachers to Hack Commonly-Taught Texts – Dr. Emery Petchauer, Associate Professor Michigan State University.
Tuesday, July 10th 3PM-4PM – Hacking teacher education for today’s connected world: Lessons from teacher-led networked organizing and activism – Dr.Kira Baker-Doyle, Rosemary and Walter Blankley Associate Professor of Education at Arcadia University School of Education.
Wednesday, July 11th, 10AM-1PM –Sustaining Pre-service Teachers of Color through the Pipeline: Overcoming Barriers to the Profession – Dr. Lynnette Mawhinney, Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, University of Illinois at Chicago