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Tuesday, October 18, 2016 08:00:00 PM EDT – 10:00:00 PM EDT
Join the National Education Association, University of Toledo and author Barbara Bray for a webinar on “How to Personalize Learning”.
Register Here: http://tinyurl.com/z9oyvnh
Join us for the 2016 UTeach Job Fair at the University of Toledo to find your next teaching position.
April 11, 2016
8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Student Union Auditorium
Congratulations Dr. Schneider! The University of Toledo received a grant for their teacher credentialing programs in Biology, Chemistry, and English. These online graduate programs are designed to be completed in 18 months and include a one-week, on-campus experience each summer.
Dr. Joan Kaderavek, Professor in the Judith Herb College of Education, will be presenting the next lecture in the Distinguished University Professor Lecture Series on October 13, 2015.
Dr. Kaderavek’s lecture is titled, “Child Language: From the Lap to the Lab” and is presented by the University’s Academic Honors Committee.
More information is available on the flyer below.
The Judith Herb College of Education invites you to a special screening of the film TEACH by Davis Guggenheim. It will take place Wednesday, September 23, 2015 at 6:30 with a discussion to follow.
It will be held in the HHS building room 1600.
For more information contact Dr. Richard Welsch at email@example.com.
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.
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.