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UTEP K-16 Education Research Conference Building and Sustaining a Culture of Evidence: Challenges and Opportunities at UTEP Edward Crowe Senior Consultant Carnegie Corporation of New York Teachers for a New Era. Challenge #1--Focusing on Outcomes.

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UTEP K-16 Education Research Conference

Building and Sustaining a Culture of Evidence:

Challenges and Opportunities at UTEP

Edward Crowe

Senior Consultant

Carnegie Corporation of New York

Teachers for a New Era


Challenge 1 focusing on outcomes
Challenge #1--Focusing on Outcomes

“Society reaps at this moment but a small fraction

of the advantage which current knowledge

has the power to confer.”

Abraham Flexner (1910)

[Bulletin No. 4, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching]


Challenge 2 fostering collaboration
Challenge #2--Fostering Collaboration

“Always do right. This will gratify some people and astonish the rest.”

Mark Twain


Challenge 3 building capacity
Challenge #3-Building Capacity

First Doctor: “I’ve forgotten all my science: what’s the use of my pretending I haven’t? But I have great experience: clinical experience; and bedside experience is the main thing, isn't it?”

Second Doctor: “Mere experience by itself is nothing. If I take my dog to the bedside with me, he sees what I see. But he learns nothing from it. Why? Because he's not a scientific dog.”


Teachers for a new era
Teachers for a New Era

Carnegie Corporation of New York

Annenberg and Ford Foundations

Academy for Educational Development

www.teachersforanewera.org


Ohio teacher quality partnership
Ohio Teacher Quality Partnership

Public and Private Preparation Programs

  • Who enters

  • How are they prepared

  • Impact on knowledge, skills, and beliefs

  • Teaching performance

  • Pupil learning

    www.tqpohio.org


California state university system
California State University System

Center for Teacher Quality

  • Three Year Evaluation of CSU Teacher Preparation

  • Study of Elementary Subject Matter Programs

  • Pilot Evaluation of CSU Subject Matter Preparation

  • Value added study of Teacher Preparation and K-12 Student Academic Achievement

    www.calstate.edu/Teacheredeval/


Louisiana board of regents
Louisiana Board of Regents

  • Redesign of Teacher Preparation Programs

  • Teacher Preparation Accountability System

  • Value-added Assessment Model

    http://asa.regents.state.la.us/TE


Does the pathway make a difference
Does the Pathway Make a Difference?

  • Which teachers are most effective in improving student outcomes?

  • What characterizes their preparation, pathways into teaching and qualifications to teach?

  • What is the cost effectiveness of various pathways into teaching?

    www.teacherpolicyresearch.org


North carolina education research data center
North CarolinaEducation Research Data Center

  • Cooperative agreement

  • Studies on National Board teachers

  • Analyses of schools, teachers, pupils and closing the achievement gap

    www.pubpol.duke.edu/centers/child/index.html


Texas schools project
Texas Schools Project

“Why Public Schools Lose Teachers” (2004)

“The Market for Teacher Quality” (2005)

“Teachers, Schools, and Academic Achievement” (2005)

www.utdallas.edu/research/tsp/Index.htm

CALDER: Center for Analysis of Longitudinal Data in Education Research

www.caldercenter.org


Center for research evaluation and advancement of teacher education create
Center for Research, Evaluation and Advancement of Teacher Education(CREATE)

The University of Houston System

Texas A&M University System

Texas State University System

University of Texas System

www.createtx.com


The charles a dana center
The Charles A. Dana Center Education

Higher Education: P-16 Connections

Research and Evaluation

Urban Mathematics Leadership Network

Teacher Quality Program

www.utdanacenter.org


Center for advanced study of teaching and learning castl
Center for Advanced Study Educationof Teaching and Learning (CASTL)

University of Virginia

  • Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS)

  • Teachers for a New Era Research Projects

  • MyTeachingPartner (MTP)

  • National Center for Early Childhood Education

  • Interdisciplinary Doctoral and Postdoctoral Research Training Fellowships in Education Sciences

    www.virginia.edu/vprgs/CASTL/index.php


Other initiatives
Other initiatives Education

Data Quality Campaign

www.dataqualitycampaign.org

Institute for Education Sciences State Data Systems Grants

http://nces.ed.gov/Programs/SLDS/


The university of texas at el paso
The University of Texas at El Paso Education

Teachers for a New Era

http://academics.utep.edu/Default.aspx?alias=academics.utep.edu/tne


Challenge 4 creating and sustaining continuous improvement
Challenge #4--Creating and sustaining continuous improvement Education

“The primary task of a useful teacher is to teach his students to recognize ‘inconvenient’ facts”

Max Weber, Science as a Vocation


If not now… Education

When?


If not us… Education

Who?


Keep the focus on outcomes Education

“In the end the final test of a medical school

is its outcome in the matter of clinicians.”

Abraham Flexner (1910)


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