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Faculty/Student Collaboration on National CEP Conference Presentation and Research Project

Ed.D. current students, Kalyn Mace-Guilloux and Patrice Troutman, recently attended the Character Education Partnership (CEP) Conference in San Francisco in October 2011 where they joined Dr. Helen Stiff-Williams, Regent faculty member and lead presenter, as presenters for the session — “Teacher Readiness for Teaching Character Education.” In addition, they conducted interviews of the CEP conference attendees as part of a faculty research project on integrating 21st century skills in K-12 instruction. Patrice shared the following comments on her attendance. “I was able to learn from many renowned experts in Character Education, participate in hot topic discussions, and actually see how the Ed.D. in Character Education program is preparing me for entrance into this great field. Overall, I had a phenomenal experience, and it has made an indelible mark on my future career path.” Kalyn added that the “conference was an amazing experience that was invaluable in [her] career!”



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