On July 29 the JHCOE Peace Education Initiative will be hosting a full-day public forum and dialogue on the topic of urban revitalization through the lenses of justice and peace and the Frederick Douglass Community Center in Toledo. This event will involve more than 200 local educators and activists and will help to identify citizen strategies for revitalizing the most neglected communities in Toledo.
Judith Herb College of Education
We hope you can join us on Thursday, May 7, 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.
On Wednesday, April 22, join Learning Ventures for this free conference exploring active learning and the integration of technology into the classroom. Speakers include representatives from Apple Inc., the Education Advisory Board, the University, local school systems, and more.
For more information and to register go to: http://utole.do/empower
The Judith Herb College of Education’s Online Master of Education in Early Child Education has been ranked as the top 25 online programs in the country by GreatSchools.org.
Cameron Roehm (A/S ’10, MEd ’13) was recently awarded the prestigious New Teacher of the Year Award from the Clark County School Districted located in Las Vegas, Nev.
He was nominated due to his amazing rapport with students, professionalism with all staff members, advanced technology, integrated lesson deliveries, and passion for education. While Roehm attended UT, he was an undergraduate and graduate assistant at the Student Recreation Center, where he was responsible for operations, intramural sports, sport clubs and summer camp. He currently teaches middle school science and coaches multiple sports at Cram Middle School.
Join Epsilon Alpha Pi in the Student Union today from 10:00 – 5:00. They are selling Relay for Life ribbons as part of their “Ribbons for Relay” fundraiser.
These ribbons are four different colors; white for lung cancer, purple for general cancer, pink for breast cancer, and yellow for childhood cancer.
The ribbons are $2.00 and all proceeds will go towards the American Cancer Society.
Join us for the 2014 Homecoming Door Decorating Contest – Before noon on October 20!
- Select any door in Gillham Hall
- Plan with a group or individually.
- Address UT’s homecoming theme or educational theme. Be creative!
- Hang all decorations before noon on October 20th.
- Label door with your name.
- Have fun.
The following is an excerpt from a student email to their instructor, who thought we should share this with the college:
I had you for ASL 1 and 2. I hope you remember me. Over the summer I was doing a internship in New York City for photography. One day while I was on the train on my way into the city a lady was sitting there and the conductor came and was collecting tickets. When he was asking her for her ticket she looked at him and was very confused and then she started to move her hands. When I looked over I realized that she was deaf and signing to him. She was very confused and didn’t know what he was saying. She couldn’t read lips. I wanted to help her but i was very nervous because I had never talked to a real deaf person, but your voice popped into my head and I did it. I signed to her and told her that the man was asking her for her ticket. The symbols that I couldn’t remember I just fingered spell. She was so happy and overjoyed that I knew ASL. After that she asked me a million questions like where am I from?, who taught me ASL, etc. Then she was lost on where she needed to get off and a street that she was going. I was able to give her directions and help her get to where she was going all by signing because she couldn’t read lips( well she barely could). I felt so accomplished since I struggled a lot in your class.
Thank you for being a great teacher. I am currently taking ASL 3 from Katie Rosales. Hope you have a good year.
- Community Dialogue and Public Forum:Urban Revitalization Through the Lenses of Peace and Justice
- Join us on Thursday, May 7, for the LAMP Poster Event
- Join Learning Ventures for the Active Learning and Technology Seminar
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