- Convenings & Events
Convening Theme: Creating New Futures: Thinking Differently to Build a Better World
Hosted by CSU East Bay and San Jose State University, the October 30-November 1, 2017 convening theme, Creating New Futures: Thinking Differently to Build a Better World, was chosen in response to the current political moment, which is defined by divisiveness, nationalistic fervor, post-truth, and value for sameness (rather than difference)— forces which are already impacting our EdD programs, P-16 schools, and communities. This is a time for courage, a time for CPED, in the wake of its 10th anniversary, to look toward the next ten years and take seriously Lee Shulman’s charge from the June 2017 keynote in Pittsburgh: we, as leaders and faculty of professional doctorate programs, have the responsibility to ensure that our work contributes to the building of a better world.
Download the full agenda here.
Full Consortium Sessions
State of CPED
Creating New Futures: Thinking Differently to Build a Better World
CSU Local and Global Impact
Building the Capacity to Innovate: Essential Questions and Perspectives
Enacting Social Justice Oriented Practitioner Scholarship: Evidence from Graduates of an Online Program
See the Handout here.
Leader Scholar Communities Support Students’ Dissertation in Practice Efforts
See the Handout here.
Research in- and on- Practice: EdD Research Studies from the First Cohort of EdD Graduates in the San Jose State University Doctoral Program, with Faculty Discussants Presenters and Titles of Dissertations: Faculty Discussants:
Students and Titles of Dissertations:
CPED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION: Program of the Year 2017 – The University of Missouri Statewide Cooperative EdD Program: The CPED Framework through the Eyes of the Tiger
Crossing Boundaries in a School-Wide Program: Collaborating Across Specializations
The Potency of Travel-Study as a Learning Vehicle for EdD Students Who are Full-Time Practitioners
Thinking Differently: An Asset Approach to Student Writing
Amid New, Different, and Traditional Ways of Knowing: Bringing a Networked Improvement Community Approach to Scale in EdD Curriculum Assessment
See the Field Priority Analysis here.
See the Program Learning Outcomes here.