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RE: [xmca] AERA 2010 CALL FOR PROPOSALS Cultural-Historical Research SIG
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I have been working on developing the 'Partner School Initiative' approach to teacher education at the University of Idaho, Coeur d'Alene campus. In a nutshell,
Year 1 Spring: we established an agreement with one school and I began by teaching our literacy methods course and a doc student taught our children's lit class in an elementary school where we split the courses between time with our ed students and time with our ed students in classrooms. We (the instructors and the UI preservice educators) taught elementary students based on the needs the teachers/ school expressed (based on high stakes tests, based on a desire for new information, based on just a willingness to try something new). Sometimes we went in and supported new instruction, we made centers, we did tutoring, assessments, whatever the school needed that aligned with our curriculum and service objectives. Learned a lot!!!! Social studies methods were also taught but with an after school program.
Year 2 Fall: New school, taught foundations of literacy. Service learning emphasis on supporting teacher needs.
Year 2 Spring: Two schools (the two we'd been in - two different districts) teaching literacy methods, children's lit, incorporated art methods service learning projects with literacy.
Year 2 Summer: Two intro ed courses taught as service learning in a local middle school.
Year 3 Fall (coming up): A new school, all literacy courses in the school plus an introductory education course, math methods, science methods, social studies methods, art methods. Experiment: on-line reading assessment and intervention course e-service learning.
Our faculty has been receiving training and mini-grants and our goal is an entire elementary education program taught in schools but as service learning (not PDS or demonstration school) where each experience is negotiated. Secondary ed next. Our main campus in Moscow (IDAHO) will begin service learning with an intro course this fall, but they will not 'reside' in a school. We are focused on becoming members of the community... students end up volunteering for all kinds of things and most will wind up with 1 to 2 years of classroom style service learning experience before they hit student teaching.
There's more to it.... but I would love to bring this forth if it fits...
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Subject: Re: [xmca] AERA 2010 CALL FOR PROPOSALS Cultural-Historical Research SIG
Since LCHC has to be in Denver in any event, we might consider a
couple of different
We here at LCHC are REALLY interested in the role of practicum courses
in undergrad education.
We have a couple of abstracts ready to roll. Anyone else interested in
On Mon, Jun 15, 2009 at 7:49 AM, O'Connor,
> (with apologies for double-postings)
> AERA 2010 CALL FOR PROPOSALS Cultural-Historical Research SIG
> ***Deadline for submission: JULY 15, 2009***
> Dear CH-SIG members:
> We would like to encourage you to submit proposals for papers and symposia
> for inclusion in the 2010 CH-SIG program at the AERA Annual Meeting, to be
> held in Denver, CO, from Friday, April 30Tuesday, May 4, 2010.
> This year¹s Annual Meeting theme, Understanding Complex Ecologies in a
> Changing World, is central to the work of the members of our SIG. We
> strongly encourage your submissions, as the quality of our program depends
> on the strength of the proposals that we receive. Also, keep in mind that
> the number and type of sessions allocated by AERA to each unit are based in
> part on the total number of proposals received by the unit - so please
> submit your proposals to our SIG! You can view this year¹s call for
> proposals at http://www.aera.net/Default.aspx?id=7588
> As most of you are probably aware, there have been some important changes in
> AERA program procedures this year. These are summarized in the following
> paragraphs. A more complete summary is available at
> http://www.aera.net/Default.aspx?id=7738 , which we strongly encourage you
> to read prior to submission.
> First, there is an earlier submission deadline than for past meetings. THIS
> YEAR'S SUBMISSION DEADLINE IS JULY 15, 2009. All proposals must be submitted
> electronically through the AERA Online Proposal Submission System, which is
> now open at https://www.aera.net/AALogin.aspx?ReturnURL=/WS/UpdateAA.aspx
> Second, the number of paper/symposium sessions available at the Annual
> Meeting overall has been decreased by about 30%, and the emphasis on
> roundtable and poster sessions will be increased. We will do our best to
> accommodate the preferred format of accepted proposals, but please do
> understand that the number of traditional paper and symposia sessions will
> be somewhat limited in comparison to past Annual Meetings. We encourage you
> to consider whether alternative formats might also be suited to your
> presentation, and to indicate this in your proposal.
> Third, and possibly related to the above, roundtables will now be held in 90
> minute sessions, 3 presentations per session, with a chair/discussant. This
> seems to hold the potential for related individual presentations to be
> grouped together into sessions that resemble a symposium format. As program
> chairs, we are interested in exploring the possibilities of this session
> format. Please feel free to communicate with us if you¹d be interested in
> such a format.
> Finally, the new guidelines for individual paper, roundtable, and poster
> sessions require submission of a ³narrative paper² of 2000 words or less,
> and not simply a ³proposal to write a paper.² While this might appear to be
> a major change from past practices, we want to emphasize that the guidelines
> state that this paper ³may be a final or preliminary paper,² and that the
> final paper need not be submitted until 3 weeks prior to the Annual Meeting.
> We expect to be generous in our interpretation of ³preliminary,² especially
> during this transitional year.
> Please feel free to contact us for clarification of any of these procedures.
> We hope that you will consider our SIG when preparing your proposals.
> We hope to hear from you!
> Lois Holzman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Kevin O'Connor <email@example.com>
> Cultural-Historical Research SIG Program co-chairs
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