School of Education and Human Development Hosts Two Renowned Experts in Teacher Education
The Texas A&M School of Education and Human Development was honored to host a meeting of two renowned and respected minds in teacher education.
Drs. Marilyn Cochran-Smith and Gloria Ladson-Billings, both National Academy of Education members, shared their perspectives on navigating K-12 education in a conversation moderated by SEHD professor Dr. Cheryl Craig.
The event, titled Dialogues in Transforming Education, addressed teacher shortages and retention, the future of teacher education and promising practices in teaching. The conversation had a local audience attending in person and an international audience streaming online.
The event was one of three SEHD hosted to address critical topics in teacher education.
Earlier in the day, Dr. Cochran-Smith addressed “The ‘Problem’ of Teacher Education: Tensions and Trends” in our Dean’s Distinguished Lecture.
On March 28, Dr. Gloria Ladson-Billings delivered a lecture on “Learning to Educate All Students: Post-Pandemic Pedagogy.”
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