Dr. Dorene Huvaere

Division Chair, Professor, Educational Studies, College of Education

Credentials:
Ph.D. Loyola University Educational Leadership & Policy

Exceptional Service:

Secretary, Illinois Association of Teacher Educators in Private Colleges.

Scholarly Publications:

Huvaere, D. (2018). Middle School Teacher PreparationProgram at Lewis University.Journal for Successin High Need Schools.Volume 14, Number 1.

Scholarly Presentations:

Huvaere, D., & Palmi, C., (2019). From Apprentice to Proficient Practitioner: A Collaborative Model for Field and Clinical Evaluation. Paper presented at the Association of Teacher Educators Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.

Presentations:
Palmi, C., & Huvaere, D. (2015, February). Designing a Middle Level Licensure Program. Association of Teacher Educators Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ.

Clish, R. J., & Huvaere, D. (2014, June). Race to the Top: Common Core Standards and Resources. ACI Summer Institute for Educators, North Central College, Naperville, IL.

Huvaere, D., Sturm, E., & Ryan, M. (2014, June). Co-Teaching:  A Practitioner’s View. Association of Independent Colleges, Naperville, IL.

Huvaere, D., Jessee, P., Palmi, C., & Mackey, B. (2015, February). The intersection of grit and poverty: Working with high needs students. District of Eastern North America (DENA) Winter Workshop, Tinton Falls, NJ.

Huvaere, D., & Jessee, P. (2015, March). Helping high needs students achieve academic success. Concurrent sessions presented at Midwest Association of Teacher Educators, Lafayette, IN.

Huvaere, D. (2014, June). ISBE Middle School Endorsement. Webinar, Association of Independent Colleges, Chicago, IL.

Huvaere, D., & Clish, R. J. (2014, June). Designing a Middle School-Level Licensure Program: Strengths and Pitfalls. ACI Summer Institute for Educators, North Central College, Naperville, IL.

Honors:

  •  Grant from NGSS Engineering Standards and Sustainability. Huvaere, D., & Garcia, K.
  • Grant from Midwest Noyce Conference Sub Grant. Robert Noyce Scholarship Program.
  • Grant from Robotics as an Integrative, Interdisciplinary Context Helping to Create Exceptional STEM Classrooms, National Science Foundation

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