René Roselle

Interim Director, Teacher Education

Associate Clinical Professor


Titles:

Interim Director of Teacher Education
Associate Clinical Professor
Professional Development Schools Coordinator: Hartford and Windsor

Academic Degrees:

Ph.D., Special Education, University of Connecticut
6th Year., Administration Certification (092)
M.A., Special Education (065), University of Connecticut
B.A., Communication Disorders, University of Connecticut

Areas of Expertise:

Teacher Education

Clinical Practice and Partnerships

Professional Development Schools

Special Education

Instructional Design

Selected Publications/Presentations:

Invited Panelist, Clinical Practice Commission Deeper Dive (formerly Major Forum) session, “The Clinical Practice Imperative: A Pivot Toward Clinical Practice, Its Lexicon, and the Renewal of Educator Preparation”, Annual Meeting, March 3, 2018.

Special Education Taskforce on Clinical Practice: Introduction and Overview, AACTE Gallery. March 1, 2018.

Anagnostopoulos, D., Levine, T., Roselle, R. & Lombardi, A. (2017) Learning to redesign teacher education: a conceptual framework to support program change, Teaching Education, 29:1, 61-80,DOI: 10.1080/10476210.2017.1349744

Special Education Task Force on Clinical Practice, commissioned by the American Association for Colleges of Teacher Education (AACTE), Invited Co-lead. 2017-present.

Roselle, R. & Robinson, J. (2017, October). Clinical Practice Commission. Presentation for the National Network for Education Renewal Annual Conference, MO.

Hands, R. & Roselle, R. (2017, October). We Can Teach Old Partners New Tricks: Moving from Partnership to PDS. Presentation for the National Network for Education Renewal Annual Conference, MO.

Roselle, R. (2017, March). The Clinical Practice Imperative: Conversations With AACTE’s Commission. Major Forum Panel for the American Association for Colleges of Teacher Education Annual Meeting.

Invited, AACTE Blog, Plans and Progress: AACTE Clinical Practice Commission, co-wrote with Jennifer Roth, November 2016.

Roselle, R. & Connery, C. (2016). Food Justice: Access, Equity, and Sustainability for Healthy Students and Communities, Kappa Delta Pi Record, 52:4, 174-177, DOI: 10.1080/00228958.2016.1223993

Invited contributor to ”The Clinical Practice Imperative: A Pivot Toward Clinical Practice, Its Lexicon, and the Renewal of Educator Preparation”. White paper commissioned by the American Association for Colleges of Teacher Education, 2015- present.

Invited, Presenter, Action in Clinical Practice: The Clinical Practice Commission of AACTE, University of Northern Iowa: Center for Educational Transformation, May 2016.

Hands, R., Roselle, R., Cahill, J, & Duffy, M. (2016, March). Doing More With Less: Advancing Equity and Simultaneous Renewal through Meaningful Professional Development Opportunities. National Association of Professional Development Schools Conference. Washington, DC.

Anagnostopoulos, D., Levine, T., & Roselle, R. (2016, Feb) Learning to Redesign Teacher Education: Theory, Practices and Tools. American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (AACTE) Annual Meeting. Las Vegas, NV.

Association of Teacher Education (ATE), Clinical Practice Fellow, 2016-present

AACTE Blog, Plans and Progress: AACTE Clinical Practice Commission, November 2015.

Hands, R. & Roselle, R. (2015, October). Doing More with Less: Advancing Equity and Simultaneous Renewal through Meaningful Professional Development Opportunities. Presentation at National Network for Educational Renewal [NNER] Annual Conference. Chico, CA.

Levine, T. & Roselle, R. (2015, October). Prepare Your Preservice Teachers to Succeed With English Learners: Data, Practices, and Lessons from UConn. Presentation at National Network for Educational Renewal [NNER] Annual Conference. Chico, CA.

Invited, Tribute Panel for John Goodlad, National Network for Educational Renewal Annual Conference, October 2015, Chico, CA

Levine, T., Roselle, R. and Staples, M. (March, 2015). Adding material about English Learners to any Teacher Education Course: Options and Affordances of Different Conceptual Frames. American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education Annual Meeting [AACTE].

Anagnostopoulos, D., Levine, T., Roselle, R. (March, 2015). Reforming a Teacher Education Program around Promotion of High Leverage Practices. American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education Annual Meeting [AACTE].

Roselle, R., Bubniak, C., Foley, A., and Mueller, J. (2014). Prepare them for College, Don’t Prepare them to Finish High 111 School: Graduates from an Urban High School Reflect on their Access to College. Democracy and Education: A Journal of the NNER. V(6), 111-130.

Roselle, R., Roxas, K. and Jaime, A. (October, 2014). Sparking Democracy and More Inclusive and Welcoming School Communities: The Creation of Respect for All Institutes at the University of Wyoming and the University of Connecticut. National Network for Educational Renewal Annual Conference.

Anagnostopoulos, D., Levine, T., Roselle, R. (October, 2014). Reforming a Teacher Education Program around Promotion of High Leverage Practices. National Network for Educational Renewal Annual Conference.

Roselle, R. (2013, February). Passport to Clinic: A Creative and Fun Way to Make Clinic Experiences More Meaningful for Teacher Candidates. Presentation at the annual conference of the National Association for Professional Development Schools. New Orleans, LA.

Roselle, R., Hands, R. & Payne, S. (2013). The Danger of a Single Story: Preparing Teachers to Teach for Social Justice. In Professional Development Schools and Social Justice: Schools and Universities Partnering to Make a Difference

Roselle, R. (2012, October). Sharing Students: The Impact of an Urban High School/University Partnership and College Readiness. Presentation at the annual conference of the National Network for Educational Renewal. Denver, CO.

Roselle, R. (2012, October). The Impact of an Urban Student Teaching Experience on Pre-service Teachers’ Perceptions of Vision. Presentation at the annual conference of the National Network for Educational Renewal. Denver, CO.

Roselle, R. & Liner, K. (2012). Pre-Service Teacher Vision in Urban Schools. Journal of Urban Learning, Teaching and Research.

Roselle, R. (2007). Resilience Development of Pre-Service Teachers in Urban Settings. Journal of Urban Learning, Teaching and Research.

Honors/Awards:

2016 NNER Richard Clark Exemplary Partnership Award w/ Kennelly School in Hartford

2012-13 Institute of Teaching and Learning Teacher Scholar Award

2010 NNER Richard Clark Exemplary Partnership Award w/ Bulkeley High School in Hartford

Educational Testing Services (ETS) Summer Research Fellowship

Disney American Teacher Award Nominee

Committees/Outreach

E.B. Kennelly Elementary School, School Governance Council, 2017- present.

American Association College of Teacher Education (AACTE), Leadership Academy Faculty, June 2017

Associations

AERA: Division K – Teaching and Teacher Education

National Association of Professional Development Schools

The National Network for Educational Renewal

Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development

In the News:

How School Shootings Have Changed the Teaching Profession. National Public Radio (NPR). Morning Edition. David Desroches.

Kennelly Partnership with Neag School Serves as National Model 

AACTE Networked Improvement Community Yields Exciting Results at UConn

Rene Roselle Named to National Commission on Clinical Practice in Teacher Preparation

Neag Associate Director Teaches the Teachers

Neag School Hosts “Respect for All” Workshops to Improve School Inclusivity

Neag Students Improve Recess in Hartford

A New School Subject: FUN!

Teacher Ed Interns Get Lesson on Stress and Leadership (p. 6)

School Community Project: Recess Renovation

Neag School of Education Helps Launch Teacher Prep Academy at Hartford School

Bank of America Gift Supports Teacher-Training Partnership Between Bulkeley High, UConn

Rene Roselle
Contact Information
Emailrene.roselle@uconn.edu
Phone860 486 0079
Mailing AddressUnit 3064
Office LocationGentry 304A