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OAPCTE and SUED Business Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
MMcVey
43:15
Present - Mary K. McVey/ Franciscan University
Rae White
44:55
Is there a slide to support what Tom McGee is sharing?
Brian P Yusko
46:26
Tom, who was advocating for the removal of the PSA licensure requirement? I know the SLP folks are not vey happy about this change.
Krista Maxson
48:00
Tom, is this the same bill that directed out of state license holders to be given a license when they apply?
Brian P Yusko
48:33
OK, good to know.
laura
49:36
So I assume if those in the pupil services areas want the principal license, they would still need to PSA license.
Tracy L Huziak-Clark
53:11
At the EdTPA meeting this month, they said this was not an option yet
Jennifer Walton-Fisette
55:15
Some districts are including the student teachers at least here in Northeast Ohio
Tanya Judd-Pucella
55:49
Same here...but not field students
Jennifer Walton-Fisette
57:57
Dawn, did the superintendents say anything about university supervisors? We had our meeting with supervisors yesterday and they asked, but didn’t think that would be the case. Thanks.
Tanya Judd-Pucella
58:25
One of our districts, where most of our interns, included their supervisors
Jennifer Walton-Fisette
58:38
Thank you, Tanya.
Dawn Shinew
58:43
They did not mention university mentors and I am now wishing that I had thought to ask!
Tanya Judd-Pucella
59:40
It seems to be up to the individual districts at this point.....at least here.
suecorbin
01:03:20
Yes! I got that message, so THANK YOU!
xin liang
01:03:40
I got the message! Thank you
Sue Constable
01:06:50
Where can we find the link for the IS program standards open for comments doc?
Sue Constable
01:10:19
Agreed.
suecorbin
01:10:34
Thanks, I do too. What kinds of screening instruments are they using??
suecorbin
01:11:06
Dyslexia needs much more rigorous diagnosis.
Jennifer Walton-Fisette
01:11:17
It is so upsetting about the health standards. Very disappointing.
suecorbin
01:11:26
Agreed, Jennifer.
suecorbin
01:11:57
Faith in legislators to do the right thing is quickly dwindling, isn’t it?
suecorbin
01:12:11
If there ever was faith! LOL
Rae White
01:13:54
Please clarify the statement about the JEOC Joint Education Oversight Committee.
Jennifer Walton-Fisette
01:15:17
Yes, I agree Sue. It is dwindling quickly. And considering all that is going on in our country….
suecorbin
01:15:32
Right!
suecorbin
01:16:49
I don’t care what they say, we will teach literacy in a research-based, holistic program under my watch.
Rae White
01:16:54
He doesn’t listen Sue
suecorbin
01:18:06
They apparently haven’t studied the Whole Child Framework.
Rae White
01:18:07
It flies in the face of balanced literacy
Cheryl Irish
01:18:42
The approval of the Health standards seems relevant when we speak of overemphasis on one group..
Cheryl Irish
01:18:57
OOPS, lack of approval of Health standards...
Brian P Yusko
01:19:02
Here’s what they say about their process:
Renee A. Middleton
01:19:04
It is also void in any understanding that there are different "learning" styles---
Brian P Yusko
01:19:07
Finally, I want to thank Andrea Rowson and Rebecca Tolson for their constant help as I worked with legislators through the two year process. As a standard I was given no notice from the legislators. The legislators would amend our bill and schedule testimony within 2-3 days. Without any notice Rebecca and Andrea would somehow find time to work with me to evaluate the new proposed language to develop counter proposals or testimony to oppose the amendments. They repeatedly had to work many hours, without advanced notice, when I called on them. They were great to work with.
Brian P Yusko
01:19:25
I’m on their list serve now.
Brian P Yusko
01:19:43
This is from their announcement about their legislative success.
Jennifer Walton-Fisette
01:19:51
What was the reason for changing the license?
Thomas McGee
01:21:47
My understanding is the license was changed from a four-year license to a two-year license to match the new length of the RE program, which will be two years long as well.
Krista Maxson
01:22:07
Here is the link to the posting of the standards
Krista Maxson
01:22:10
https://www.ohiohighered.org/board-of-regents/chancellor/proposed-actions
Sue Constable
01:23:53
Thanks, Krista.
Rae White
01:26:17
https://ohiocapitaljournal.com/2021/01/12/ohio-board-of-ed-member-organized-bus-trip-to-d-c-for-stop-the-steal-rally/
Mary Heather Munger
02:04:37
Challenges… tech, uncertainty, underestimating how hard this would be for undergrads… Things we learned… the value of flexibility and resilency… Things to hang on to… marketing our students as tech savvy and able to help
Jennifer Webb, Malone University
02:04:38
Cons: stress Needs: “Gold Standards” or “Best Practices” list that is available to all universities to have as a guideline for virtual field experiences.
Carrie Wysocki, ONU
02:06:03
Our group was amazing and interactive, a balance of rural and urban universities represented. Priorities: Our group acknowledged that "overcome" was not the word that worked for the conversation, more like endured and navigated the Covid response. We highlighted words like: adjusted quickly, flexibility, finding new partnership strengths in our ability to collaborate; CREATIVITY; increased collaboration across faculty; less opportunity for conflicts in long drawn out faculty meetings