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Need Help in Developing a Data System? The University of Kentucky Tool Set
Unformatted Document Text:  Implication for Action: The intent of this poster session is to provide support for teacher educators wishing to move more quickly in developing or improving information systems in their own institutions. Section II: Outcomes and Methods Learner/participant outcomes:1. Persons attending this poster session will learn about fundamental categories of information and resources that are used in developing an information system applied to educator preparation. 2. Persons attending this poster session will be provided with both a cd and paper materials associated with fundamental sets of tools required for establishing an information system applied to teacher education. 3. A set of poster materials and a handout will clearly indicate the categories of information that are associated with this session. This will facilitate participants asking questions in the very short time allocated to poster sessions. Methods: 1. The session organizer will utilize the methods and materials associated with a poster session: utilization of poster materials for eye-catching appeal, handouts related to the issues associated with the session, and distribution of CD’s containing electronic versions of the UK Tool Sets. References National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education. Professional standards for the Accreditation of Schools, Colleges, and Departments of Education. 2002 Edition, NCATE, Washington, DC. Partnership for Excellence in Teacher Education (PETE), Improving Teacher Education: Using Data for Decision Making”(workshop), April 29-May 1, 2005, 1307 New York Ave., NW, Suite 300, Washington, DC 20005. US Department of Education, Reference and Reporting Guide for Preparing State and Institutional Reports on Quality of Teacher Preparation, Title II, Higher Education Act, April 19,2000, Washington, DC, p 1.

Authors: Schroeder, Gary G..
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Implication for Action:
The intent of this poster session is to provide support for teacher educators wishing to
move more quickly in developing or improving information systems in their own
institutions.
Section II: Outcomes and Methods
Learner/participant outcomes:
1. Persons attending this poster session will learn about fundamental categories of
information and resources that are used in developing an information system
applied to educator preparation.
2. Persons attending this poster session will be provided with both a cd and paper
materials associated with fundamental sets of tools required for establishing an
information system applied to teacher education.
3. A set of poster materials and a handout will clearly indicate the categories of
information that are associated with this session. This will facilitate participants
asking questions in the very short time allocated to poster sessions.
Methods:
1. The session organizer will utilize the methods and materials associated with a
poster session: utilization of poster materials for eye-catching appeal, handouts
related to the issues associated with the session, and distribution of CD’s
containing electronic versions of the UK Tool Sets.
References
National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education. Professional standards
for the Accreditation of Schools, Colleges, and Departments of Education. 2002
Edition, NCATE, Washington, DC.
Partnership for Excellence in Teacher Education (PETE), Improving Teacher
Education: Using Data for Decision Making”(workshop), April 29-May 1, 2005,
1307 New York Ave., NW, Suite 300, Washington, DC 20005.
US Department of Education, Reference and Reporting Guide for Preparing State and
Institutional Reports on Quality of Teacher Preparation, Title II, Higher Education
Act, April 19,2000, Washington, DC, p 1.


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