Our Quadrants

The activity and programming of the Innovation Exchange are guided by the following four interdependent components: Pedagogy, Workforce Development, Capacity Building, and Documentation and Synthesizing Research.

Pedagogy

The Pedagogy component of the Innovation Exchange supports research and innovation in the development of pedagogical content preparation and practice in educator preparation.

Workforce Development

The Workforce Development component of the Innovation Exchange supports preparation programs’ response to the demands of the market place.

Capacity Building

The Capacity Building component of the Innovation Exchange supports programs in developing data infrastructures that can assist with program improvements and provide the public with confidence in program quality.

Documenting & Synthesizing Research

The Documentation & Synthesizing Research component of the Innovation Exchange supports the collection, documentation, and dissemination of data that fuels program improvement.

  • Foundational Research | Kenneth Zeichner Foundational Research
  • Jennifer Roth | Theory to Practice Theory to Practice
  • Model of Clinical Practice Model of Clinical Practice
  • Foundational Research

    In this interview, researcher Kenneth Zeichner from the University of Washington provides historical context and analysis of past and present research on clinical experience in teacher preparation.

    • Impact of Clinical Practice
    • Quality
    • Future Directions
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  • Theory to Practice

    In this segment, AACTE Vice President Rod Lucero interviews Assistant Principal Jennifer Roth about the unique principal leadership opportunities cocreated by Colorado State University (CSU).

    • Strong Relationship
    • Support Effective Mentor Teachers
    • Successful Clinical Preparation
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  • Model of Clinical Practice

    This installment of AACTE’s Research-to-Practice Spotlight explores the innovative coteaching model of student teaching newly employed by Colorado State University, offering perspectives from administrators, student teachers, and a cooperating teacher.

    • New Model
    • Experience
    • Success
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