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University-based teacher educator.
An individual involved in teacher preparation whose primary institutional home is a college or university. University-based teacher educators are a specific type of boundary-spanning teacher educators who engage in evaluation, coaching, instruction, and partnership and assume expanded and multiple responsibilities within, and often across, each of these four domains. A university-based teacher educator may be otherwise known as a university supervisor, university liaison, clinical supervisor, or clinical faculty (AACTE “Lexicon of Practice,” 2017). In CAEP practice, not all EPPs are located in colleges or universities. “EPP-based teacher educator” would be more inclusive.