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  1. What is the history of the field?
  2. What is the knowledge base?
  3. What is the history of AECT's partnership with NCATE?
  4. How are the 2000 performance-based standards different from the previous guidelines?
  5. Is my program an ECIT program?
  6. Is my program initial or advanced?
  7. What are the initial standards?
  8. What are the advanced standards?
  9. What are the components of a Program Report?
  10. What are the critical aspects of an Assessment Plan?
  11. What are some types of data to include?
  12. Why should we be interested in National Recognition?
  13. What are common weaknesses in Program Reports?
  14. How is AECT responsible for ECIT program review?
  15. How does the program review process work once I submit a program report?
  16. How do I know whether my state has a review partnership with NCATE?
  17. What are the expectations for program reviewers?
  18. Who are my contacts at AECT?
  19. Which programs currently have National Recognition?
  20. What do I do if I have a school library media specialist program?

18. Who are the Contacts at AECT?

For questions related to the AECT/NCATE accreditation process, contact:

Chair, AECT Accreditation Committee

Kay A. Persichitte
Department Chair & Associate Professor of Educational Technology
McKee 518 Box 124
University of Northern Colorado
Greely CO
970-351-2913 (Voice)
970-351-1622 (Fax)

AECT Liaison to NCATE

Rodney Earle
Professor of Teacher Education
MCKB 205 F
McKay School of Education
Brigham Young University
Provo UT 84602
(801) 422-4691 (Voice)
(801) 422-0652 (Fax)

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