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SCHOOL OF EDUCATION Presentation to Alumni Advisory Board. 6 /10/2014. Focus of this Presentation. Where We Are Challenges What’s New? Ongoing Projects On the Horizon What’s Next?. Where We Are. Programs BSED Elementary Education (With SPED and ECED Variants) BSED Childhood Studies**

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School of education presentation to alumni advisory board

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

Presentation to Alumni Advisory Board

6/10/2014


Focus of this presentation

Focus of this Presentation

  • Where We Are

  • Challenges

  • What’s New?

  • Ongoing Projects

  • On the Horizon

  • What’s Next?


Where we are

Where We Are

  • Programs

    • BSED Elementary Education (With SPED and ECED Variants)

    • BSED Childhood Studies**

    • BSED Physical Education

    • BSED Sport Studies

    • MSED Adolescence Education

    • MSED/MS Counselor Education Community Mental Health

    • MSED Counselor Education School

    • MSED Rehabilitation Counseling

    • MSED Educational Leadership School District Leader

    • MSED Educational Leadership School Building Leader

    • MSED Differentiated Instruction

    • MSED Differentiated Instruction with Students with Disabilities Cert.

    • MSED Adolescent Literacy

    • MSED Childhood Literacy

    • Minor in Secondary Education*

      *new

      **significant revision


Where we are1

Where We Are

  • Enrollments

  • Student pass rates on exams

  • Employment


Challenges

Challenges

  • Enrollment (down in both undergraduate and graduate) Approximately ½ of enrollments in 2008.

  • Resources/New Hires

  • Engaging Alumni

  • Competition

  • Increasing Diverse Experiences for Students

  • Accountability

  • Maximizing use of faculty resources


What s new

What’s New?

  • Minor in Secondary Education

  • New Faculty Members, Ann Hayslip, in Elementary Education, and Autumn Dodge, in Literacy

  • New Graduate Assistants

  • New exams started this past year (ALST, EAS, edTPA)

  • DASA Workshops Starting this fall

  • Health and Human Performance Laboratory

  • Alumni Advisory Committee


Ongoing projects

Ongoing Projects

  • Ed. D. in Leadership and Administration

    • Wrote the self study

    • Advisory Committee had 2 meetings

    • Had visiting team

    • Charter Change and Master Plan Amendment approved by Board

    • Submitted full proposal with the self-study, the visiting team’s report, responses to it and a variety of other data.

    • Next there may be a full team visit and the State canvass about the program before full approval.

    • Currently stalled in NYSED.


Ongoing projects1

Ongoing Projects

  • NCATE 2015

    • SPA Update

    • Moving to CAEP

    • Self-Study Preparation

  • Middle States 2014

    • Self-Study Year

    • Committees Formed

    • Self-Study will be drafted Spring 2014

    • Team visit Fall 2014

  • Revising Faculty Evaluation Rubrics

  • School of Education “magazine”

  • St. Michael’s Indian School Diverse Placements (2 students took jobs there for this coming year)


Ongoing projects2

Ongoing Projects

  • Online Task Force

  • P-16 Task Force

  • Enrollment Events

  • cIcu Partnership

  • Maintaining PDS and other partnerships


On the horizon

On the Horizon

  • Increased Accountability

    • Diversity

    • Employability

    • Student Learning

    • Institutional Assessment

  • New Testing Requirements

    • Teacher Performance Assessment (edTPA)

    • ALST

    • EAS

    • CSTs

  • We expect job prospects to pick up some this year

  • Continued Enrollment Challenges, especially grad


What s next

What’s Next?

  • New projects that we need to explore or are exploring:

    • Middle level education

    • Creating professional development courses

    • Moving toward online portions to all programs

    • Online master’s degree in advanced teaching (?)

    • Revising literacy program with B-12 option

    • Condensing curriculum to produce efficiencies

    • More diverse experiences for our students


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