Some 33 students attended a Preservice Session for education majors at the Feb. 15 annual conference of the Association of Teacher Educators (ATE). The daylong events included sessions by top educators on classroom management strategies, passion for teaching and more. The students were joined by Maureen Kincaid, associate professor and chair of education, and Geraldine Crider, director of the Teach First Program.
“This was a wonderful professional opportunity for our students, especially since it was a national conference,” said Kincaid. The ATE conference theme was “Owning the Future through ACTION: An Inclusive Vision for Teacher Education.” More