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Growing Our Own: An Update on Connecticut's Experiences for Future Teachers
Unformatted Document Text:  C. Contribution:  Participants in this forum will discuss “What strategies can schools, colleges, and departments of education employ to recruit and retain greater diversity among their teacher education candidates?”  D.  Relevance:  This forum will overview successful and exemplary practices in the recruitment of future teachers from diverse populations.  These practices have implications for school­university partnerships and professional development school relations. Qualitative and quantitative evidence from the Connecticut experiences will be discussed for further policy implications and practices.  E. Implication for Action:  This forum will gather AACTE participants serving in programs which recruit future teachers from high schools.  The sharing of ideas may lead to ongoing email connections and the development of an interest group.  Section II: Outcomes and Methods  A. Learner/participant outcomes:  Participants in this roundtable will be asked to discuss their involvement in the development of workshops and coursework for diverse high school students planning to become teachers. Names and e­mail addresses will be collected to initiate increased networking among colleagues interested in developing teacher recruitment programs for high school students.  B. Methods: Describe how you will design the session so that the  learner/participant outcomes are achieved.  After introducing of all the participants, the presenters will provide a short overview of programs for future teachers centered at Eastern Connecticut State University.  Participants will be free to join the conversation with questions and the sharing of their best practices.  The session will conclude with a discussion of potential next steps for the group.

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C. Contribution: 
Participants in this forum will discuss “What strategies can schools, colleges, and 
departments of education employ to recruit and retain greater diversity among 
their teacher education candidates?” 
D.  Relevance: 
This forum will overview successful and exemplary practices in the recruitment of 
future teachers from diverse populations.  These practices have implications for 
school­university partnerships and professional development school relations. 
Qualitative and quantitative evidence from the Connecticut experiences will be 
discussed for further policy implications and practices. 
E. Implication for Action: 
This forum will gather AACTE participants serving in programs which recruit 
future teachers from high schools.  The sharing of ideas may lead to ongoing 
email connections and the development of an interest group. 
Section II: Outcomes and Methods 
A. Learner/participant outcomes: 
Participants in this roundtable will be asked to discuss their involvement in the 
development of workshops and coursework for diverse high school students 
planning to become teachers. Names and e­mail addresses will be collected to 
initiate increased networking among colleagues interested in developing teacher 
recruitment programs for high school students. 
B. Methods: Describe how you will design the session so that the 
learner/participant outcomes are achieved. 
After introducing of all the participants, the presenters will provide a short 
overview of programs for future teachers centered at Eastern Connecticut State 
University.  Participants will be free to join the conversation with questions and 
the sharing of their best practices.  The session will conclude with a discussion of 
potential next steps for the group.

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