Inclusive Instruction Rubric for use in Preparation Programs

This two-hour workshop will introduce participants to a rubric on inclusive instruction that was collaboratively developed with expert MSI faculty and can serve as a tool to inform a curriculum audit within an EPP. Participants will have the opportunity to review the rubric, discuss its benefits and potential use, and apply it to their own curriculum.

Presenter: Dr. Elizabeth Lisic and Dr. Amy Murillo

Abstract: BranchED identifies Inclusive Instruction as one of the key design principles of effective EPPs.  Within this principle, BranchED believes that quality teacher preparation minimizes barriers to learning and supports the success of all learners, while ensuring that academic standards are not diminished. Inclusive instruction focuses explicitly on diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging, as well as the integration of culturally and linguistically sustaining practices, social and emotional learning, cognitive science, and trauma-informed care.  This two-hour workshop will introduce participants to a rubric on inclusive instruction that was collaboratively developed with expert MSI faculty and can serve as a tool to inform a curriculum audit within an EPP. Participants will have the opportunity to review the rubric, discuss its benefits and potential use, and apply it to their own curriculum. 

Audience: teacher education faculty, leadership, district personnel, in-service teachers and teacher candidates

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Mar 04 2022
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12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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Dr. Elizabeth Lisic

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Dr. Elizabeth Lisic

Dr. Elizabeth Lisic joins BranchED as a Continuous Improvement Coach. Before joining BranchED, Dr. Lisic was Assistant Director of the Center for Assessment and Improvement of Learning (CAIL) at Tennessee Tech University, where she leads regional training workshops to prepare institutions for the implementation of the Critical-thinking Assessment Test (CAT) as a performance measure of student critical thinking and as a faculty development tool and provides ongoing support to institutions across the country in the implementation of the CAT at multiple institutional levels. She also served as an adjunct faculty member at Tennessee Tech University teaching information literacy in psychology, quantitative research methods, experimental psychology and senior thesis. Educator with over 10 years of experience focused on professional development and student learning assessment and improvement, specifically related to outcomes such as critical and creative thinking and lifelong learning. Dr. Lisic earned her bachelor of arts degree in psychology from Lee University and her Ph.D. from Tennessee Tech University.

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Dr. Amy Murillo
Dr. Amy Murillo

Dr. Amy Murillo is an experienced educational leader having served almost two decades in public schools at the secondary level. She has served as a classroom teacher, a world languages department chair, and as a building assistant principal in large comprehensive high schools. Some of her past experiences include work in curriculum and assessment, teacher development, as well as initiatives related to culturally responsive teaching and educational equity. She is passionate about centering students in schools and ensuring all students have access to quality educational experiences; especially students from traditionally marginalized backgrounds. Additionally, she has personal and professional experiences working with Latinx communities and first-generation college students. Dr. Murillo holds a bachelor's degree in English education from the University of Illinois at Chicago, a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from University of St. Francis, and a doctoral degree from Lewis University in the area of Leadership in Teaching and Learning.

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