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This resource page has been developed to highlight multimedia resources available to NACCTEP members. Additional multimedia resources will be added over time. Please contact nacctep@riosalado.edu if you have multimedia resource suggestions.

On Thursday, November 12, 2015, NACCTEP Member at Large Kathryn Suk discussed Teach2Matter at RVCC, a passion-based, problem-based, and project-based service learning model infused in Education courses at Raritan Valley Community College, in Somerville, NJ. Students build commitment to civic and moral responsibility for diverse, equitable, healthy, and sustainable communities. They work towards the same overall goal of learning and serving others simultaneously.

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Teacher Preparation at the Community College

On Wednesday, September 23, 2015, NACCTEP President Eric Barna discussed how community college teacher preparation programs prepare students for transfer to a four-year institution. He highlighted the benefits of starting an educational journey at the community college and tips for students transferring to a four-year institution.

Higher Education Talk Radio and NACCTEP

Educational Trends, the Blueprint for Excellence and Community College Teacher Education

On Monday, March 2, 2015, NACCTEP Executive Director Kim Tobey discussed educational trends and how they impact community college teacher education programs. She also discussed NACCTEP’s response to the new Rulemaking regarding the ranking of teacher education programs; why the Blueprint for Excellence is important for the membership, and what is on the horizon for teacher education programs.

When Teacher Education and STEM Collide II

On Wednesday, February 18, 2015, Billy Hix, associate professor of education and director of the STEM Outreach Program at Motlow College, discussed the role community colleges play in promoting STEM education for pre-service and in-service teachers as well as the community. Billy’s varied work experiences with the National Aeronautics Space Administration, Space Foundation, Tennessee State Department of Education, and Public Broadcasting give him a unique viewpoint on the important task of making all students and classroom teachers STEM literate.

When Teacher Education and STEM Collide

On Wednesday, November 19, 2014, at noon EST, Cindy Kelley, NACCTEP past president and vice president for Academic Affairs at Motlow College, and Billy Hix, associate professor of education and director of the STEM Outreach Program at Motlow College, will discuss the role community colleges play in promoting STEM education for pre-service and in-service teachers as well as the community.

Billy’s varied work experiences with the National Aeronautics Space Administration, Space Foundation, Tennessee State Department of Education, and Public Broadcasting give him a unique viewpoint on the important task of making all students and classroom teachers STEM literate. He will share successful strategies to recruit and retain students into STEM teaching fields.

The Community College Role in STEM Education

On Thursday, October 16, 2014, Kim Tobey, NACCTEP executive director, and Richard Vaughn, Rio Salado College faculty chair, discussed the need to recruit and train highly qualified STEM teachers to ensure that P-12 students are provided high-touch STEM experiences to peak their interest in choosing STEM as a career in college.

How Civic Engagement is Impacting the Voice of Education 

On Friday, August 15, 2014, Kim Tobey, NACCTEP executive director, and Lisa Strahley, associate professor, chair of Early Childhood and Teacher Education & Civic Engagement coordinator at SUNY Broome Community College, discussed why Civic Engagement is important for PreK-12 educators and what role community colleges are playing in preparing pre-service teachers to address this issue.

A Visit with NACCTEP; the National Association of Community College Teacher Education Programs; Selecting the Best Teachers 

On Tuesday, April 1, 2014, Kimberly Tobey, NACCTEP executive director, and Delia Stafford, president and CEO of the Haberman Educational Foundation, discussed the importance of selecting the best teachers for our K-12 classrooms with research-based models for identifying teachers and principals, particularly educators who serve students at-risk and in poverty. 

Early Childhood Education and Community Colleges

On Thursday, February 6, 2014, at 3:00 p.m. EDT, Dr. Cindy Kelley, NACCTEP president and vice president for Academic Affairs at Kanawha Valley Community & Technical College; Mrs. Christina Faulkiner, NACCTEP student board member and Kanawha Valley Community & Technical College student; and Dr. Martha Munoz, associate clinical faculty, Early Childhood Education, Northern Arizona University discussed the importance of early childhood education and the community college’s role in developing these future educators.

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Collaborating for Change
On Monday, January 27, 2013, Dr. Sophia Marshall, NACCTEP president elect and assistant professor at Tougaloo College in Tougaloo, Mississippi, along with Dr. Rod Risley, executive director and CEO of Phi Theta Kappa, International, discussed why it is important for institutions and organizations to work together, collaborating for changes in education.

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A 3+1 Bachelor’s Partnership

On October 15, 2013, Sylvia Riley, director, Teacher Education Operations and Undergraduate Programs at Rio Salado College and Cindy Guillaume, dean, School of Education at Northcentral University discussed their 3+1 bachelor’s program. They shared how the program came about, cost savings associated with the program, which courses Rio Salado College offers versus Northcentral University, and the quality of the community college teacher education students.

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Retention of Community College Teacher Education Students


On October 8, 2013, NACCTEP President Dr. Cindy Kelley discussed what community colleges and teacher education programs are doing to retain students and how successful community college students are after transferring to four-year programs.

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Teacher Education at Community Colleges

On September 26, 2013, NACCTEP Past President Dr. Mary Belknap, representing NACCTEP and Jackson College, discussed various community college teacher education issues, programs, and student success.

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Recruiting Minority Teacher Education Candidates
On August 8, 2013, the NACCTEP Executive Director Kimberly Tobey and the National Alliance of Black School Educators Executive Director (NABSE) Greg Roberts discussed the recruitment of minority teacher education candidates. They discussed barriers that keep minority students from entering the teaching profession, how community college teacher education programs may assist in the recruitment of minority students, and the benefits in recruiting more minority teacher candidates.

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Community College Teacher Education Pathways

On February 25, 2013, NACCTEP President Cindy Kelley and NACCTEP Executive Director Kimberly Tobey represented NACCTEP discussing the various community college teacher education pathways.


Articulation between Two- and Four-Year Institutions
Listen to the NACCTEP and Education Talk Radio Session regarding, articulation between community colleges and four–year institutions from November 2, 2012.

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Issues Facing Community College Teacher Education Programs
On April 23, 2012, NACCTEP President Mary Belknap and NACCTEP Executive Director Ray Ostos shared information about NACCTEP and issues facing our community college teacher education programs.