USD School of Education to Present at AACTE Conference
“As this is the top-tier conference and association in our field of educator preparation, it is essential that the University of South Dakota not only be present in terms of attendance for learning and development purposes, but to have a presence in terms of presenting on our program impact, the policy initiatives we are a part of, and the research we are conducting,” said Nicholas Shudak, chair of curriculum and instruction.
Donald Easton-Brooks, Mark Baron, Nicholas Shudak and Karen Kindle will represent USD and present on a range of topics including sustainable funding for residency programs, the Network for Excellence in Teaching (NExT), data sharing and barriers to cultural responsiveness.
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