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Proposal Submission Deadline extended to June 15, 2018

2018 Southeastern Regional Association of Teacher Educators (SRATE) will be hosted by FATE

October 11-13, 2018

Florida State University Panama City

Theme:  Innovate, Communicate, Collaborate:  Crossing PK-20 Classroom Boundaries

Thematic Strands:

  • Engaging learners by using innovative strategies– The purpose of this strand is to focus on innovations that engage all learners at all levels in learning. These innovations will share how educators respond to providing effective instructional content and strategies to address ethnic and linguistic diversity, challenges of equity and social justice, and other diverse contexts.
  • Extending learning through collaborative environments– The purpose of this strand is to learn about alternatives for extending learning that crosses traditional classroom boundaries and involves multiple stakeholders.
  • Enhancing learning with technology– The purpose of this strand to share best practices and research on the use of technology to maximize student learning experiences. Technology provides numerous tools that educators can use to enrich learning at all levels for all learners.
  • Communicating through research and practice partnerships– The purpose of this strand is to share ways collaborative partnerships can leverage research to address problems of practice and policy facing all educators.

Session formats:

Thematic Paper/Research Sessions (Single and Multi-presenter sessions):  Sessions will be organized across the conference by thematic strand(s) for 50 minutes per session.

Roundtable Sessions:  Sessions will be organized consistently with thematic strands. Sessions will provide opportunities for participants to share methods, programs of interest to teacher educators through posters, technology assisted presentations, pictures, brochures, or other artifacts that promote discussion and interactions among conference participants (20 minutes per individual presentation).

Student Presentation: A poster session for undergraduate and graduate students to showcase their scholarly work from their studies.

Submit your proposal here.

Deadline is June 15th.

ATE Conference

Congratulations Dr. Nancy Fichtman Dana, Professor, School of Teaching and Learning at the University of Florida for receiving the ATE 2018 Distinguished Mentor Award.

Rights, Protections and Education for all Immigrant and Refugee Children

The Florida Association of Teacher Educators (FATE) believes in the right of a free and high-quality education for all children in the United States. This basic right applies to all children regardless of immigration status, including refugees, unaccompanied minors, and undocumented youth. FATE acknowledges and celebrates the richness of the diverse background of these children and supports the teachers and administrators who welcome them into their school communities.

FATE upholds the following statements:

  • We support all educators – teachers, administrators, paraprofessionals, and support staff – in the education of all youth, including immigrant, undocumented, and unaccompanied learners.
  • We respect the diversity of our student populations and recognize their historical relationship within the United States, including those who have recently joined our communities.
  • We advocate for dignity and equity within our education systems for any and all children.

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The Florida Association of Teacher Educators is proud to announce that it will be hosting the 2018 Southeastern Regional Association of Teacher Educators (SRATE) annual conference!

 

When:  October 11-13, 2018

Where:  Florida State University

Panama City Campus

 

Mark your calendars!

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