December 2023

Presenter

DaShaunda Patterson, PhDDaShaunda Patterson, PhD

Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Equity College of Education & Human Development Georgia State University

DaShaunda Patterson is the Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Equity. Her work includes the development of faculty instructional skills across delivery formats and platforms, programming to further diversity, inclusion and equity among faculty, staff and students, development of a faculty mentoring program, professional development and evaluation for part-time instructors and to assist faculty in establishing school and community partnerships.

She is also a clinical associate professor in the Department of Learning Sciences dedicated to developing a strong teacher workforce in order to achieve positive learning outcomes for all learners.

Her areas of research and inquiry include the preparation and retention of highly qualified special educators, academic strategies for students with behavior disorders, culturally relevant pedagogy and positive academic and behavior interventions and supports.

She has served as project director and co-principal investigator (PI) on several Teacher Quality Partnership grants.

Most Recent Meetings

September 2023

Cover page of Mildred Boveda's presendation 'Collaborating Across Differences: Elevating Intersectional Consciousness to Improve Outcomes for All Students'
Learn more about our September presenter, Dr. Mildred Boveda and her presentation “Collaborating Across Differences: Elevating Intersectional Consciousness to Improve Outcomes for all Students.”

June 2023

Andy Hargreaves introductory slide for his June 2023 presentation to the Deans Compact
Learn about June’s keynote speaker, Dr. Andy Hargreaves and his presentation “Collaborative Professionalism Across the P20 Continuum.”

March 2023

Cover slide to the presentation Schools of Opportunity: 10 Research-Based Models of Equity in Action presented to the Deans Compact at the March 2023 meeting
Meet our March presenter’s, including Dr. Kevin G. Welner, and their presentation “Schools of Opportunity: 10 Research-Based Models of Equity in Action.”