Call for Applications: Transformative Teacher-Educator Fellowship

By Jen Retter | February 5, 2018

The Transformative Teacher-Educator Fellowship (TTEF) is a selective program for scholars of teacher education interested in social justice issues, transformative practices, and the role of social networks and collaboration in professional learning.  Fellows work to transform teacher education through collaborative research, re-designing coursework, and working with leading educational innovators.

This year-long program begins with a seven-day summer institute, continues through the year with monthly virtual check-ins, and concludes with the publication of an edited volume of research completed through the program. Fellows have multiple opportunities to collaborate with others on related research as well.  Additionally, the summer institute provides time for fellows to re-design their coursework.

Scholars of teacher education are invited to apply for the 2018 Summer Institute, which runs from Saturday, July 7, to Saturday, July 14 at Arcadia University. This year’s keynote speaker is Dr. Kathy Schultz, dean of the University of Colorado-Boulder School of Education and Division K (Teacher Education) vice president of the American Educational Research Association. TTEF seeks scholars from a diverse range of disciplines and backgrounds, and encourages scholars of color and women to apply. Applications are due Thursday, Feb. 15.

Questions? Contact Dr. Kira Baker-Doyle, TTEF program director.