Virtual Summit

The virtual summit was made available to those who were unable to attend the on-site Summit but were interested in participating in the dialogue. The Virtual Summit began with live streaming video webcasts of a number of the presentations, continued with on-demand video archives of all of the speakers, and extended the conversation with the speakers beyond the Summit through moderated discussion forums.

Live Video Schedule: Monday, December 7th, 2009

Presentations available via live webcast take place on Monday morning from 8:25 to 8:55 and Monday afternoon from 1:20 to 2:35. Click on the Live Video link to view the active stream. Please note that the video will only appear during the times posted. If you miss a session, be sure to return later to the Video Archive to view a recording of the presentation.

  • 8:25 - 8:55 a.m. (CST)
    Pathways to 21st Century Teaching, Dr. Tom Carroll

  • 8:55 - 9:25 a.m. (CST)
    Addressing Needs of Digital Age Learners, Dr. Gerald Knezek

  • 1:20 - 1:50 p.m. (CST)
    Trends in Online Learning: Implications for Teacher Education, Ms. Susan Patrick

  • 1:55 - 2:35 p.m. (CST)
    NCATE's Redesign to Support New Models of Educator Preparation for Improved P-12 Student Learning, Dr. Jim Cibulka

Video Archives:

All eight speakers' presentations as well as the summary panel discussion will be filmed and viewable from this web site soon after the session ends. To access all of the videos, click on the Video Archive link. The videos are also available on the Redefining Teacher Education YouTube channel. Archived presentations include:

Join the Conversation:

The day after the on-site Summit closes, a 5-day web event begins. Several of the speakers will be available to respond to virtual participants questions and comments about the presentations or related issues. The easy-to-use text-based forums have a new feature that allows participants to view the video and mark the part of the presentation they would like to discuss. The forum is open to the public, but to reduce the risk of spamming, posts will not appear until approved by a moderator. The interactive web event begins on the morning of 12/09/09 and closes on the evening of 12/13/09. Afterward, the archived discussions will remain available for viewing. Discussants and topics include:

  • Dr. Gerald Knezek - digital age learners
  • Ms. Susan Patrick - online learning and teacher education
  • Dr. Jim Cibulka - NCATE redesign
  • Dr. Chris Dede - teachers-plus educational model
  • Karen Bruett - strategies and next steps panel