In preparation for the convening, we ask that you read the below documents.
1) CPED Community Norms of Engagement
2) CPED and Beyond 10 Years
3) Understanding How Schools of Education Have Redesigned the Doctorate of Education
Rooms have been blocked at the below hotels.Note walking distance.. buses will not be provided.
Residence Inn - Rate: $119/night (0.2 miles)
600 W Gaines Street
Tallahassee, FL 32304
*Deadline: May 8, 2018
Book with the Residence Inn Here
Hampton Inn & Suites (0.3 miles)
824 Railroad Avenue
*Deadline: May 25, 2018
Book with the Hampton Here
Hotel Duval - Rate: $139/night (1 mile)
415 N Monroe Street
Tallahassee, FL 32301
*Deadline: May 16, 2018
Book with the Hotel Duval
Courtyard Marriott - Rate: $109/night (1.8 miles)
1018 Apalachee Parkway
Tallahassee, FL 32301
*Deadline: May 1, 2018
Book with the Courtyard Marriott Here
Tallahassee International Airport (TLH)
3300 Capital Cir SW, Tallahassee, FL 32310
Directions from the Airport
Head east on Terminal Loop Road
Continue on Capital Cir SW.
Turn right onto Capital Cir SW
Turn left onto Springhill Rd
Turn right onto W Orange Ave
Turn left onto S Adams St
Continue onto S Bronough St
Continue onto Duval St
Turn left onto W Pensacola St
Destination will be on the left
Augustus B Turnbull Conference Center
555 W Pensacola St, Tallahassee, FL 32301
CPED is offering 3 workshops at the 2018 June CPED Convening. Both will be on June 13, 2018 from 8am-12pm prior to the convening. The cost for each is $50. To participate in these workshops, please select the session when registering for the Convening.
Exploring and Expanding the Concept of Rigor in CPED-Inspired EdD Programs
Facilitators: Kofi Lomotey & Jess Weiler, Western Carolina University
This workshop is built on research and institutional knowledge uncovered about rigor in our CPED-influenced program and programs across our nation. This workshop is timely because of the continuous pressure EdD programs are under to illustrate/document that they are as rigorous as PhD programs. In this workshop participants will have opportunities to:
contribute to and extend the existing understanding of rigor as it applies to the CPED-inspired, education doctorate;
understand how to re-engineer programs with rigor and integrate CPED’s principles into this process;
gain ideas for framing, communicating and ultimately defending the rigorous nature of programs to stakeholders;
learn from others who have lessons to share from engaging in similar work or who, through program improvement and/or CPED alignment, have developed programs with clearly articulated and illustrated indicators of rigor;
participate in a discussion regarding appropriate next steps.
This workshop will be collaborative in the truest sense of the word.
Contextualizing Improvement Science in Dissertations in Practice
Facilitators: Robert Crow, Western Carolina University and Debby Zambo, CPED
This workshop is designed for CPED members who want to know more about, or deepen their understanding of, improvement science and Dissertations in Practice. In this workshop participants will learn about:
·The overarching tenants of Improvement Science and how they relate to the DiP and support CPED’s principles
·Ways to incorporate the tools of Improvement Science into the DiP process
·Quality standards for writing an Improvement Science DiP
The workshop will be hands-on and action oriented. Participants will leave with ideas, strategies, and tools they can take back to their institutions to use with their students, faculty, and administrators.
Building/Redesigning an Online Program with the CPED Framework: A Bootcamp
Facilitators: Sara Ewell, Northeastern University and Elan Paulson, Western University
Although there are unique challenges embedded in designing high-impact professional doctoral programs for online delivery, virtual learning environments also offer new opportunities for preparing educational leaders as ͞well-equipped scholarly practitioners who provide stewardship of the profession and meet the educational challenges of the 21st century. This workshop is designed primarily for faculty and staff involved in various aspects of the (re)design and delivery of a CPED-influenced EdD program, but who may be relatively new to online learning. In this boot camp—using a combination of presentation, discussion, and hands-on activities—we will address a selection of major issues arising from leading, designing, teaching, and evaluating online EdD programs. This workshop will be focused on fully online program (re)design, but may be of interest and relevance to those involved in blended programs as well. Those who already offer online EdD programs will also benefit from exchanging online program improvement strategies in this session.