Judith Herb College of Education
We hope you can join us on Thursday, May 1, for this year’s LAMP Poster Event. The event will take place from 3-6 pm, on the third floor of Gillham.
This poster event will give our interns the opportunity to share what they are learning about teaching content. These interns have been in their classrooms working intensively with students for many weeks. Now we are asking them to share ideas about what they have been learning as they respond to the guiding question, Who am I as a teacher of content?
Faculty and administrators from the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, the College of Languages, Literature and Social Sciences, and the College of Engineering will be joining us. You will also have the opportunity to talk with area superintendents, principals and mentor teachers about their experiences working with LAMP Interns.
Kaitlyn Randolph, an integrated science major, has made it in the top 5 entries of the UN Environment Program competition. Visit the link below to learn more about Kait and World Environment Day on June 5.
The Ohio Association of Teacher Educators recognizes the one-year LAMP as the Outstanding Field Experience Program.April 2nd, 2014
The Judith Herb College of Education’s one-year Licensure and Master’s Program (LAMP) was designed by Drs. Rebecca Schneider, Jenny Denyer and Virginia Keil. They created a well-designed program that puts into action the best ideas about teacher preparation. LAMP integrates theories about learning and education with the practice of teaching. The program is designed to meet the needs of already degreed adult learners and is a comprehensive graduate program for those wanting to earn a license in either middle school (grades 4 -9) or adolescent to young adult (grades 7-12), along with a master’s degree in education.
For more information about the one-year LAMP, please visit http://www.utoledo.edu/education/lamp/accelerated/index.html
Are you looking for continuing education courses for the Summer? The Judith Herb College of Education is offering a wide variety of courses beginning on May 12. Please download the attached PDF file for a complete list.
The Judith Herb College of Education welcomes it’s 2013 Distinguished Alumna, State Representation Teresa Fedor.
Homecoming is a time for welcoming alums back to campus to reacquaint themselves with former classmates and teachers as well as to meet current students and faculty. Representative Fedor graduated from The University of Toledo with a Bachelor of Education degree in June of 1983 and went on to teach for 18 years. She later pursed a career in public service and is now serving her third term in the Ohio House of Representatives representing the 45th House District. Although Representative Fedor lives in Toledo and attends events at the University, we would like to welcome her specifically to the Judith Herb College of Education as its Distinguished Alumna.
The Chinese Moon Festival takes place Tuesday, September 17 in the Student Union from 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Former Judith Herb College of Education LAMP student Jason Day helped create The Student Greenhouse Project at St. John’s Jesuit. This project gives students opportunities to learn first-hand about preserving the environment, green intiatives, and growing cycles of plants. To find out more read the article from Titan Topics: http://uac.utoledo.edu/News/StJohnsGreenhouseArticle.pdf
The University of Toledo’s Accelerated Licensure And Master’s Program ( LAMP) is designed for those that have a bachelor degree in a major, other than education.
LAMP students complete a one-year internship while taking graduate courses at The University of Toledo for Ohio licensure and a Master’s of Education Degree. At the end of the internship, LAMP students present their ideas and examples of how to teach the important concepts in their content through an interactive poster presentation. Included in those attending the presentation are other education students in the Judith Herb College of Education, University of Toledo faculty, superintendents, school principals, mentor teachers and invited guests.
Through the poster presentation, students address what questions can or should be asked in language arts, mathematics, social studies or science classrooms. They share what types of investigations students should engage in, as well as examples of those investigations.
UT faculty member, Dr. Charlene Czerniak, receives the highest rank — Distinguished University ProfessorJuly 1st, 2013
Dr. Charlene M. Czerniak, professor of science education in the Judith Herb College of Education, Health Science and Human Service. She has been at UT for 23 years. To date, she has generated $30 million in extramural funds from places such as the National Science Foundation. She has presented more than 50 times nationally and internationally, as well as more than 50 times at state and regional meetings. Czerniak has published approximately 50 papers and nine book chapters, and is editor of several books and journals. She has received the George Mallinson Distinguished Service Award, the Christa McAuliffe Award for Excellence in Teacher Education, the Judith Herb College of Education Research Award and the Distinguished Alumni Award for Service.
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