Latest Advocate Issue Released!
Fall 2014 - Winter 2015, Vol. 22, No. 2
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2015 Spring Conference
The ATE-K/KACTE Spring Conference will be held at Bluemont Hall on the campus of Kansas State University in Manhattan on Friday, March 27, 2015. Featured speakers will include Stevie Chepko, CAEP Senior Vice President of Accreditation, and Shannon Ralph, 2015 Kansas Teacher of the Year.
Call for Proposals – Update
ATE-K is pleased to announce that a record number of proposals were submitted for theme-based educational session presentations at the 2015 ATE-K/KACTE Spring Conference, Preparing the Next Generation of Teachers: Showcasing Research and Best Practices that Enhance High Quality Teacher Education.
ATE-K is a unit of the Association of Teacher Educators (ATE)
The goal of the Kansas Association of Teacher Educators (ATE-K) is to support quality teacher education in Kansas by cooperating with the National Association of Teacher Educators and with other professional organizations and institutions concerned with the professional growth of all persons involved with teacher education programs.
The association serves as a professional clearing house, a service agency, an integrating body to aid cooperating teachers and supervisory personnel at both the college and public school levels in the improvement of student teaching and other field experiences. Experimentation and research in the area of teaching are encouraged and promoted at conferences and workshops directly related to teacher education programs.
Call for Papers
The Advocate journal is published twice a year and is accessible on the Journal page. The journal is also listed as a link on the National ATE web site.
ATE-K is currently accepting articles for the 2015 Spring/Summer edition of the journal. Submission deadline is April 1, 2015. Details regarding the "Call for Papers" are on the Journal page. Send manuscripts to Dr. Bruce Quantic at email@example.com