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  • 24 May 2023 3:41 PM | Michael Vetere III (Administrator)

    May 24, 2023

    Aloha mai kākou,

    I hope that for all of you closing out your school year that things are going smoothly and that you will soon be able to take a well-deserved Summer Break.

    Hoʻomaikaʻi (Congratulations) to our newly elected ATE Board of Directors members:

    Second Vice President, Jennifer Young Wallace

    College / University Representative,Thomas Conway

    Thank you as well to those who chose to submit their names for consideration. Your willingness to serve ATE is both commendable and appreciated.

    ATE’s 2023 Summer Conference in Washington, DC (July 28-August 1) is right around the corner. If you have not signed up yet, please do - and bring a friend! The Presidential Theme: A Professional Educator's Kuleana - Preparing for the Future through Accountability, Diversity, Advocacy, and Celebration will be examined through a variety of lenses and the conference itself will be, we think, something that will strongly resonate with our members. Submit your proposal here by May 31, 2023.

    Inquiry Initiative 2 (II2) is also gearing up to look at the topic of “Teacher Retention.” As you may have seen and heard in the closing session in Jacksonville, some things will be a little different this year and II2 will be one of those things. Please join us for this exciting and timely topic and choose your inquiry into teacher retention. Learn more about II2 at these links:

           Flyer of II2, including a timeline from DC (2023) to New Orleans (2025)

           Flyer for II2, DC

           Register using this Google Form

    Please note that LFTE (Leadership Foundation for Teacher Education) is seeking and accepting applications for the Robert J. Stevenson Scholarship for graduate students and the Ann Gayles-Felton Scholarship for undergraduates in secondary education.  Information about these scholarship opportunities can be found on ATE’s website by taking this link – Scholarships Link.

    A Hui Hou.

    Jon Yoshioka, ATE President (2023-24)

  • 24 Apr 2023 3:36 PM | Michael Vetere III (Administrator)

    April 24, 2023

    Aloha Mai Kākou,

    As we reflect back on ATE’s 2023 Annual Meeting in Jacksonville, I would like to send a heartfelt thank you to all of you that were able to attend and who made the event such a great success. Special thanks go out to Past President Rachelle Rogers and her conference co-chairs Liz Ward and Natalie King for creating this wonderful event.

    If you were unable to join us, we missed you, and look forward to seeing you in Washington, DC at ATE’s 2023 Summer Conference, July 28-August 2, 2023. Our Presidential Theme for the year is: A Professional Educator's Kuleana - Preparing for the Future through Accountability, Diversity, Advocacy, and Celebration. We hope that the theme resonates with you and that you will join us for what will undoubtedly be an amazing conference.

    The DC summer conference co-chairs Patricia Tate and Vince O’Neill have been working tirelessly with the DC Planning Committee, to design an event that will allow us to hone our skills as educators as we learn from, make connections with, and celebrate with one another. We have listened to and heard your requests for future events with more time and opportunities for collaboration. Accordingly, we are making a concerted effort to design a conference that has the time and space for members to get to know one another in informal spaces throughout the conference venue. This means we will be creating spaces for people to gather, and more importantly, we will be giving people the time to connect, relax, talk, and collaborate. Perhaps you would like to tour the White House? Or see the Lion King at the Kennedy Center? Those are options. Or maybe taking a guided tour of the DC monuments at night is more your cup of tea? That is available too! And, if you don’t want to leave the hotel because you are having so much fun, you will also have the opportunity to relax with some of your colleagues at a game night giveback event. If this sounds intriguing and you are interested in attending ATE’s 2023 Summer Conference in Washington, DC, we encourage you to submit a proposal by taking this link.

    There are many exciting professional development opportunities on the horizon, one of which is the start of ATE’s Inquiry Initiative 2 (II2). The theme for II2 is “Teacher Retention,” the impact of which affects teacher educators across the US. If you are interested in learning more about the II2 and how to participate, please access the II2 Flyer.

    A Hui Hou.

    Jon Yoshioka, ATE President (2023-24)

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