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  • CEEDAR | The CEEDAR Center
    align with reforms refine personnel evaluation systems and realign policy structures and professional learning systems Intensive Technical Assistance is our most robust form of assistance available We provide in depth expert consultation to assist you in reforming your teacher education programs revising your licensure standards refining your personnel evaluation systems and aligning your policy structures and professional learning systems Learn More Targeted Technical Assitance provides States the opportunity to concentrate in a chosen area for improvement We provide consultative services for a client chosen area Your state will also have access to our innovative Networked Improvement Community NIC to facilitate system wide reform Learn More Universal Technical Assitance is available to anyone at no cost Ceedar org contains a variety of resources including scholarly papers expert blog posts and our Course Enhancement Modules CEMs These modules are catered to faculty and professional learning practitioners to augment their courses Learn More Our Newsletter Email Address First Name Last Name Organization Our Friends National Center for Informing Policy and Practice in Special Education Professional Development American Institutes for Research University of Kansas American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education National Association of State Directors of Special Education Council for Exceptional Children Study

    Original URL path: http://ceedar.education.ufl.edu/ (2016-04-15)
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  • CEEDAR | About Us
    Modules Newsletter Policy Tools Contact NIC Forums Search About Us This is a holding page for the about us menu item Disclaimer This website was produced under U S Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs Award No H325A120003 Bonnie Jones and David Guardino serve as the project officers The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent the positions or polices of the U S Department of Education No

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  • CEEDAR | Intensive Technical Assistance
    least three IHEs and interested LEAs System reform and improvement efforts will include a revising licensure and certification standards b enhancing content structure and practice in teacher education and leader education programs and c refining statewide data systems to improve these teacher and leader programs The Center will sign memorandums of understanding with its partners CEEDAR staff supports participating states to critically analyze their current policies and practices for educating teachers and leaders for the purpose of developing a detailed blueprint for improving professional learning systems statewide To assist states in enacting their blueprint CEEDAR staff will provide products and services specifically designed to change teacher and leader education content and practices Additionally CEEDAR will provide facilitation assistance to state teams as they discuss and plan for how licensure policies and program evaluation may be aligned to support reform in educator preparation CEEDAR Networked Improvement Communities NICs will provide opportunities for intensive TA recipients to learn from and support each other as they implement new content and pedagogical practices We are not currently accepting new applications for Intensive Technical Assistance as we are reviewing our most recent round of applications Please check back later or consider Targeted Technical Assistance Current

    Original URL path: http://ceedar.education.ufl.edu/intensive-technical-assistance/ (2016-04-15)
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  • CEEDAR | Targeted Technical Assistance
    to address states needs in developing competitive applications Discussing challenges to reform with intensive TA participants and CEEDAR staff Providing advice on how a state can strengthen its application for CEEDAR intensive TA If you are interested in partnering with us through Targeted TA please complete the form below This information will assist the Center staff in better understanding your context and how we can best provide technical assistance Targeted Technical Assistance Form Thank you for your interest in the CEEDAR Center s Targeted Technical Assistance TA Our mission is to partner with states including SEAs IHEs and LEAs to create aligned professional learning systems that provide teachers and leaders effective opportunities to learn how to improve core and specialized instruction in inclusive settings Targeted TA is designed primarily to provide off site products and services to states Targeted services will involve short term activities to assist states in reforming restructuring and improving their professional learning systems This request is intended to assist you in thinking about your current strengths and areas in which we can provide technical assistance consistent with our mission Please work with the other representatives who will be involved in the partnership to respond to all items Please feel free to provide links to relevant information that might be available on websites General Information Please indicate the primary applicant and single point of contact for Targeted TA Name Role Email Phone State Please indicate additional representatives who will be involved in the partnership e g Director of Curriculum and Instruction Director of Certification and Licensure Director of Special Education College Dean Indicate additional representatives using the following format Name Role Requested Area of Support In which focus area would you like to request Targeted Technical Assistance Reforming Teacher and Leader Preparation Programs to Embed Evidence Based

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  • CEEDAR | Universal Technical Assistance
    professional learning systems The majority if not all of these products will be used to increase knowledge about research related to the Center s primary mission and to establish CEEDAR as a national leader for informing states on how to improve Professional Learning Systems for teachers and leaders working with students with disabilities Additionally universal TA will be delivered in ways that will keep stakeholders connected to our work over

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  • CEEDAR | University of Florida
    call the University of Florida College of Education our home base Click on any picture to read that staff member s bio Mary Brownell Paul Sindelar Erica McCray Meg Kamman Nancy Corbett James McLeskey Jean Crockett Marty Hougen Disclaimer This website was produced under U S Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs Award No H325A120003 Bonnie Jones and David Guardino serve as the project officers The views expressed

    Original URL path: http://ceedar.education.ufl.edu/university-of-florida/ (2016-04-15)
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  • CEEDAR | University of Kansas
    High School students and Kansas High Incidence Preparation Project KIP Special Education Preservice Training Improvement She is president elect of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children serves as book reviewer for Prentice Hall and Simon and Schuster and is field reviewer for several publications Elizabeth Kozleski Email Elizabeth Dr Elizabeth Kozleski is professor and Chair of the Department of Special Education at the University of Kansas She has a long history of leading research teams and research agendas including five years as Associate Dean for Research at the University of Colorado Denver School of Education Currently she directs LeadScape a National Institute for Urban School Improvement technical assistance and dissemination center for principals in helping to build inclusive schools Dr Kozleski has served as PI on three five year OSEP funded technical assistance content centers in collaboration with university and non government agencies Mary Morningstar Email Mary Dr Mary Morningstar is an associate professor in the Department of Special Education at the University of Kansas and Director of the Transition Coalition She coordinates all aspects of the KU Transition Leadership Personnel Preparation program and multiple aspects of the Secondary Transition Masters Program at KU Her research agenda includes evaluating secondary teacher quality and professional development family involvement in transition planning and interagency collaboration She coordinates an online masters program focusing on preparing secondary educators More about KU Within the University the School of Education serves Kansas the nation and the world by 1 preparing individuals to be leaders and practitioners in education and related human service fields 2 expanding and deepening understanding of education as a fundamental human endeavor and 3 helping society define and respond to its educational responsibilities and challenges To accomplish this mission the School of Education 1 offers an extensive curriculum leading

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  • CEEDAR | American Institutes for Research
    general and special education teacher preparation Stacia Rush Email Stacy Dr Stacia Rush joined AIR as a research analyst in 2005 For the Access Center she served as a Technical Assistance Liaison with the Mid South Regional Resource Center MSRRC and assisted with developing products and presentations for the center Dr Rush also served as team leader on the Instructional Strategies Team for the Access Center s Knowledge Bank and on the Information Sharing Communities Team Judith Littman Email Judi Judith Littman is Research Analyst at American Institutes for Research AIR Currently she serves as the senior researcher for education program In the past Judith was a part of the management team for AIR s First Monitoring Reading Project and organized in house professional development for the project supervisory team She was also spearheaded the task of developing procedures for site visits for the Reading First project She has played active role in AIR s Good Behavior Game Professional Development Study Daniel Conley Email Dan Daniel Conley is a senior technical assistance consultant for American Institutes for Research AIR education program In this capacity he provides technical assistance to state and local education agencies as well as institutions offering teacher preparation programs Dan s has provided as expertise in key areas such as collaboration amongst stakeholder creating resources products and processes facilitating professional development and strategic planning and implement effective evaluation systems for a grant funded programs More about AIR AIR is one of the world s largest behavioral and social science research and evaluation organizations Our overriding goal is to use the best science available to bring the most effective ideas and approaches to enhancing everyday life For us making the world a better place is not wishful thinking It is the goal that drives us Founded in 1946

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