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Events from 2023

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Building Culture and Community with Online Adjuncts, Bethany Nummela-Hanel, Kathi Lippert, Laurie Hofman, and Charlie Rodrigues

Events from 2022

Special Educator of the Year Award Presentation and Teacher Panel, Tonya Peterson and Brian Stipp

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Framing the Concept of Trauma for Teachers, Brian Stipp

Events from 2021

Lessons from the deep end: Teaching and learning during the COVID-19 crisis., Charles W. Carrigan, Brian Stipp, and Lance Kilpatrick

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Aiming for a Moving Target: A Research Retrospective, Brian Stipp

Events from 2019

ONU Teacher Education Completer's Survey, Lance Kilpatrick and Abrial Harkins

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The impact of a trauma-informed teacher training: A midway report, Brian Stipp

Events from 2018

Raising the Bar: What Story does the National, State, and Institutional edTPA data tell us?, Lance Kilpatrick

Events from 2017

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Teacher Education Faculty and the edTPA: A phenomenological perspective, Lance Kilpatrick

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The Implications of Action Research for Literacy Instruction, Kathi Lippert and Cassie Bailey

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Before the panic sets in: Preparing pre-service teachers to provide social and emotional learning supports to students from "hard places.", Brian Stipp

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Before the panic sets in: The impact of a social and emotional learning (SEL) course for pre-service teachers, Brian Stipp

Events from 2016

Cultural Proficiency: Can We Build on Difference?, Kristy Ingram

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The Experiences of University Faculty Expected to Implement edTPA within a Teacher Preparation Program, Lance Kilpatrick

The Implications of Action Research for Literacy Instruction, Kathi Lippert and Cassie Bailey

From Practice to Research: The Improbable Conception of a Dissertation, Brian Stipp

Submissions from 2010

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Relationship of Rebecca Caudill Young Readers' Award Books on Students' Reading Motivation in Three Illinois Rural Middle Schools: A Quantitative Study, Roxanne Marie Forgrave

Submissions from 2009

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Faculty and Administrator Perceptions of Teaching, the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, and Culture at a Teaching University, Jonathan D. Bartling