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May 11 1PM: The Current State of Education
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Please join us for this important discussion with Dr. Jacqueline Rodriguez, Vice President of Research, Policy, and Advocacy for AACTE. We are looking forward to seeing you there.

Upcoming Season 2 Roundtables:

May 11: The Current State of Education: Challenges, Opportunities and the $125 Billion Dollar Question

May 18: Reflections on the use of Math & Science Simulations during Covid: A Panel Discussion with ETS

Previous Roundtables:
Apr. 20: Featuring UMass Boston: Social Emotional Learning (SEL)

Apr. 13: The future of education is virtual. Remote learning is here to stay and schools are grappling with finding innovative ways to teach future educators how to engage with a classroom- regardless of the medium. Feat. Univ of Wyoming

Mar 16: Introducing the New Early Childhood Education Classroom and Students. Meet the new "students" and hear about the design process and special training for new ECE classroom simulations.

Mar 2: Teaching in Inclusive Settings: Collaborating to Establish Goals and Specially Designed Instruction (SDI), feat. Misericordia University.

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Join us Tuesdays, 1pm EST and learn:
-How teacher candidates don’t have to pause their own education
-Insights from 50,000 simulations conducted
-How your candidates can be on a path to completion in as few as 3 days
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Content, speakers, schedule are subject to change.
May 11, 2021 10:00 AM
May 18, 2021 10:00 AM
Jun 8, 2021 10:00 AM
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Speakers

Jacqueline Rodriguez
Vice President, Research, Policy, and Advocacy @AACTE
Dr. Jacqueline Rodriguez is the Vice President for Research, Policy, & Advocacy at the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) where she leads the strategy and content development for the association’s scholarship, programs and professional learning, state and federal policy, and advocacy initiatives. Jackie is an experienced teacher, teacher leader, and professor. Prior to her appointment with AACTE, Jackie served William & Mary as a special education faculty member in the School of Education. She continues to mentor graduate students and serve on dissertation committees. Jackie is a Holmes Scholars alumna, co-establishing the W&M Holmes Scholars Program and coordinating the program through her tenure at the University. Jackie also co-directed the W&M Social Justice Graduate Research Fellowship supporting graduate students in their pursuit to study social justice on campus and throughout the community.
Sue Wiley
Director of Business Development @Mursion
Susan is responsible for leading the business strategy in the Education vertical at Mursion to include: teacher education, K12, and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. Susan provides guidance and consultation to leaders and educators about how to best leverage virtual reality simulation to elevate communication skills for high-stakes professions. Previously, Susan led strategic business development efforts in education technology to include working at Harvard, Teachscape and Pearson. Susan began her career as a teacher and principal working with at-risk students.