The latest news from AAEE
AAEE is pleased to announce we are now a Supporting Organization of Teach to Lead! Teach to Lead is a partnership of the U.S. Department of Education and the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD). Teach to Lead envisions a world where teachers are valued as experts in instruction and are leaders in informing, developing, and implementing education policy and practice to steer systematic improvements to benefit student learning, and their mission is “to provide resources, facilitate stakeholder consultation, and encourage professional collaborations to develop and amplify the work of teacher leaders.”
As a Supporting Organization, AAEE has agreed to support the Teach to Lead vision and mission and promote our efforts with their constituents. In return, Teach to Lead will share AAEE’s expert knowledge with a wider audience; cross promote our efforts; network AAEE with other organizations or individuals in similar areas; and connect us with a wide audience of potential participants.
This organization helps teacher leaders transform their great ideas into action through Teacher Leadership Summits, Leadership Labs, and Teacher Impact Grants. Learn more about all of these efforts and more here!
We are proud to support the efforts of Teach to Lead and encourage AAEE members to get involved! Here are a few ways you can get involved now:
We are proud to partner with Teach to Lead and their efforts to improve education across the United States through the development and amplification of the work of teacher leaders.
If you'd like to learn more about Teach to Lead and their efforts, visit their website at http://teachtolead.org/
Registration for the AAEE 2018 is now open! That means it’s time to reserve your spot and start the countdown to St. Louis! We’d like to start off the festivities by introducing you to our opening keynote speaker, Dr. Ian Roberts. Join us on Wednesday, November 7th to kick off the conference and hear Dr. Roberts present The Time is NOW; Teachers Who Touch Lives, Change Lives!
Presenting Dr. Ian Roberts: Saint Louis Public Schools Administrator; Education Change Agent; former Olympic athlete.
Dr. Ian Roberts is the High School’s Network Superintendent with Saint Louis Public Schools, where he coaches, supports, and evaluates high school and alternative school principals, providing them with intensive coaching for effectiveness, excellence in student and teacher achievement outcomes, and cultural responsiveness; rather than for compliance. He encourages the principals with whom he works to think creatively about how they can improve
their school communities, coupling research and his practitioner’s experience in innovative school improvement and turnaround.
Prior to this role in St. Louis, Dr. Roberts served as the Senior Vice President (Regional Superintendent) of the Lighthouse Academies Charter Schools in New York City, after serving as the principal and Managing Director of Turnaround of the Academies at Anacostia High School, SE Washington, D.C, and Baltimore City Public Schools where he also served as special education teacher for seven years, and was named as the Baltimore City School’s Teacher of the Year for two consecutive years at Forest Park High School.
He served as a school turnaround principal where he and his team of teachers, staff, the community, and school leaders successfully turned around, as measured by student and behavioral achievement, college acceptances, teacher retention, and reduction in issues of disproportionality in what were once failing and persistently dangerous schools in Baltimore City, Washington, D.C., and the South Bronx, New York.
Dr. Roberts is a pivotal intellectual voice in the K-12 arena and is sought after throughout the United States and internationally to speak and lead sessions for organizational leaders on “The Power of Empathy, Compassion, and Culturally Responsiveness for organizational success,” where he blends research with the educational practitioner’s perspective. He is the author of three books on leadership, each of them having a focus on empathy and culturally responsive tenets. Prior to becoming a principal, district leader, and leadership trainer, Dr. Roberts was a world class and Olympic Athlete, competing in track and field at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia, and world Championships in Maebashi, Japan and Seville, Spain.
AAEE is very thankful to have Dr. Roberts be part of this year’s conference in St. Louis. If you’d like to see Dr. Roberts and many other talented individuals speak, click on the link below to register for the event. We’ll see you in St. Louis! #AAEE2018STL
The AAEE Board and National Office would like to issue a warm welcome to our new Strategic Marketing Manager, Kaitlyn Miller, and offer a grateful farewell to Sara Russell as she moves on from this role.
Sara Russell served AAEE for almost 3 years, most notably through:
· Designing a new website, and leading the transition to a new membership database and record-keeping system
· Contributing her experience and skills in design, strategic marketing, and visual communication
· Collaborating with the executive director to update all membership initiatives and to convert them to electronic systems
· Bringing Job Search Handbook design and layout in-house, and leading the design and layout of 2017 and 2018 editions
· Working with the executive director to re-work financial operations to enhance process and outcomes
We are so grateful for Sara's creative problem solving, enthusiasm for the mission of AAEE, and commitment to offering positive, relational customer service to all our constituents. We wish her well as she moves on to pursue other professional opportunities.
Kaitlyn Miller is excited to join AAEE as our new Strategic Marketing Manager. Her past experience encompasses the areas of search engine optimization, public relations, strategy/planning, data analytics, and content creation/social media. She holds a bachelor of science in Communication and New Media with a Strategic Communication concentration from Shepherd University in West Virginia. Kaitlyn currently resides in the south suburbs of Chicago, Illinois.
Please feel free to use the comments section to wish Sara goodbye and/or welcome Kaitlyn into the AAEE community.
Want to reach 50,000+ new educators? Looking for a target audience of candidates?
Purchase an ad or announcement in the 2019 AAEE Job Search Handbook for Educators that will be seen by 50,000+ individuals from colleges, universities, agencies, and school districts. In addition to ads from employers, consortia, graduate schools, and education-related organizations, the 80+ page handbook includes articles targeted to the job search for teachers and related educators. Considered the premier resource among university career services and colleges of education, the handbook is often distributed to student teachers in class presentations and used as a one-on-one advising tool across the U.S. The AAEE Job Search Handbook for Educators is the go-to resource for university professionals and candidates seeking employment. Because new grads use the handbook as their “manual” throughout their job search, your advertisement will be viewed by thousands of individuals for years to come!
AAEE Prepares to Take Over St. Louis, Missouri!
With memories of Pittsburgh lingering fondly, the AAEE team preps for an exciting journey to St. Louis, Missouri for the 85th Annual Conference and Education Career Fair. The 2018 Conference and Fair will run from Wednesday, November, 7th through 9th with the Career Fair kicking off the festivities. Until we see you there ...#AAEE2018STL
BECOME A PRESENTER
The AAEE Conference Program Committee invites members to share your expertise and experience by presenting a 45-60 minute Concurrent Session at the Conference.
Topics can include, but are not limited to:
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Congratulations to Cambria Jones, recipient of the 2018 Janice S. Jones Scholarship!
Cambria is from Fullerton, California. She is a Mathematics and Spanish double major and is completing the Secondary Education Certification Program at Hanover College in southern Indiana. As part of her continual efforts to increase her Spanish fluency she is excited to study abroad in Spain in May of 2018! After she graduates in May of 2020 she is eager to share her love for Math and Spanish with her future middle school students. Her goal is to make a positive impact on her students just like her many influential teachers made a positive impact on her throughout her education.
All of us at AAEE want to extend a big thank you to every student from our member colleges and universities who applied--we had one of our largest and strongest applicant pools ever this year! Our Scholarship Committee faced a challenging task, and we also thank them for their exceptional service.
To all of our applicants: we truly appreciate your interest and, more importantly, your heartfelt dedication to the field of education. We have no doubt that you will all make a significant impact on the young people and the community in which you teach.
The American Association for Employment in Education has partnered with CareerEco for our first virtual education career fair. Recruiting organizations from our Mid-Atlantic region including New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, and the DC Metro Area are invited to register for the April 12th event that will connect employers with education candidates. Leverage the power of recruiting technology by joining our event from any location.
April 12, 2018 from 1 - 6pm ET
Open to organizations in New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, and the District of Columbia
Accessible from anywhere
Top Reasons to participate
Opportunities for Organizations Outside of the Mid-Atlantic Region
AAEE would like to expand our virtual education career fair offerings in the future. If you are interested in future events, please let us know by completing a Virtual Education Career Fair Interest Survey.
CareerEco, the new career ecosystem, is a virtual recruiting platform and talent community for jobseekers, prospective graduate students, academic institutions, and employers who leverage the power of technology and embrace innovation in order to accomplish their professional and academic goals.
CareerEco's cloud recruiting events offer a unique method of connecting virtually that allows everyone to save time and eliminate the many burdens and costs associated with travel.
CareerEco partners with hundreds of organizations in providing Virtual Fairs and Online Recruiting events that allow jobseekers as well as students/alumni to connect with employers, grad schools, and other professional organizations. Not only will our virtual events save you and your constituencies immense time at a fraction of the cost of traditional events, it is a highly sustainable idea for the environment. Truly, it is a triple win -- good for people, profits, and the planet.
Learn more about CareerEco
Employers plan your recruitment season, educators get your students in front of the top hiring organizations! Our Job Fair Listings page includes job fairs submitted by your AAEE member colleagues in multiple formats for optimal planning. Here's how to access the list:
STEP 1Login to your AAEE Member account (Not a member? JOIN AAEE now for access!)
Navigate to the Job Fair Listings page, listed under the Member Portal section
There are multiple ways for you to check out upcoming member fairs:
Map View (shown above)Check out the job fairs closest to you or on your recruitment travel route with our interactive map feature. Click on any of the indicators to see details of the job fair listing including links to event/registration.
Under the Map View are our traditional event listings. Defaulting to the Calendar view, you can scroll through each month and click on the events one by one for additional details.
From this view, you can toggle between Calendar and List views and also change the time frame from Week, Month, or Year.
From each listing you can add the event details to your work calendar. Click on Add to my Calendar to download the event.
Still need to add your event? Have additional events? Submit them now....
Submit Your Job Fair
The American Association for Employment in Education is excited to present our new webinar series, THIS IS US. This series will highlight one AAEE member school system each month, including a live 30 minute webinar open to all. Attendees will learn about the district, including employment opportunities, and be able to interact with a district representative during a Q&A segment.
Previous webinar recordings will be available on our website for those who are unable to attend. This is a unique opportunity for our members to showcase what makes their school system special. In turn, universities and colleges will be able to provide their future educators with first hand knowledge about districts across the United States, including the representative to contact should they wish to learn more.
We piloted this series in December 2017, featuring the East Baton Rouge Parish School System. For the New Year, we begin with Canyons School District from Sandy, Utah — join us for their presentation on Wednesday, January 24th at 3pm ET. Stay tuned for a full schedule of presenters. Interested in showcasing your school system? Contact Sara at email@example.com.
While the THIS IS US series is free, spaces are limited. Please register early to reserve your spot.
Join the conversation on social media and remember Sharing is Caring! #WeAreAAEE
**Be on the lookout for future webinar opportunities that showcase our post-secondary members**
AAEE Members are invited to submit an article for consideration for the next edition of the Job Search Handbook for Educators. The deadline for submitting the article is Friday, February 16, 2018.
We seek articles between 250 and 1,000 words. Short articles are welcome! Here are some tips:
You are welcome to submit an article that covers any aspect of the teacher job search.
If we accept your article, you, as the author:
Please email your proposed article (as a Word document) and a copy of the AAEE author’s agreement to: Sherri Morris, 2019 Editorial Committee, at firstname.lastname@example.org, by February 16, 2018.
Sherri Morris, Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools; Chapel Hill, NC
Dr. Rebecca Faber, Retired; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Shari Leder, Weber State University; Ogden, UT
Debra Bagby, Harnett County School District; Lillington, NC
Addison Odem, Westminster College; Salt Lake City, UT
—co-editors, 2019 AAEE Job Search Handbook
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