Experiences in Elementary Math Lab add up for participants

From July 28 to August 8, the TeachingWorks 2014 Elementary Mathematics Laboratory (EML) provided an education not only for a group of soon-to-be fifth-graders from Ypsilanti Community Schools, but also for SOE students, practicing teachers, SOE faculty, and district and school administrators.

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CSHPE Summer Study Trip

A proverb attributed to the Lakota Sioux people is, “Knowledge is rooted in all things – the world is a library.” This summer, a group of students and faculty from SOE visited parts of the Lakota world “library” on a study trip to American Indian tribal colleges in South Dakota led by the Center for the Study of Higher and Postsecondary Education (CSHPE) with supported from the National Center for Institutional Diversity and a SOE Rackham Faculty Allies grant.

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Beyond the Classroom

When Sophia Wensman became the University of New Hampshire's youngest-ever Cooperative Extension/Sea Grant Marine Docent at the age of eight, she began to envision the path her career would take - in teaching. Now a student in SOE's secondary teacher education program, double-majoring in chemistry and earth/space science, Wensman is taking the next significant step, beyond the classroom. 


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Ann Arbor Gathering brings human touch to technology

There are always lots of ideas on incorporating technology in teaching and learning, but how can those ideas be translated into reality? One way is through the power of networking.

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First phases of building renovation completed

The renovation of 8,300 gross square feet of space will improve infrastructure and renovate select areas of the building to improve functionality.

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Invest in tomorrow’s education leaders today

The School of Education has set a financial target of $60 million to be raised during the the university's Victors for Michigan campaign. Your gift will support undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral students and programs that enable us to build relationships to improve education practice and outcomes for youth.

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Sep. 19
Tue.
Sep. 23

Executive Committee Meeting

9:30 am | Room 1211 - Dean's Conference Room

Tags: faculty, administration

Tue.
Sep. 23

NSF/NIH Research Integrity Training Seminar

1:00 pm | Room 1322 - Tribute Room

Tags: deadline

Wed.
Sep. 24

Demystifying Library Research in International Studies Session 1

4:00 pm | Shapiro Instructional Lab, 4041 Shapiro Library

Tags: current students, faculty

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We prepare teachers who are highly trained, educated, and skilled; who are committed to effective education for all students in our society. Get information online or in-person about our exciting teacher-preparation options.


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Meet Our Newest Faculty Members

This fall we welcomed new education scholars to our faculty. Read more about their expertise and interests.


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Everyone at the School of Education has interesting stories to tell, whether those stories are about their work, their travels, their hobbies or their home life.


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Teaching & Learning Exploratory (TLE)

TLE supports education practice by offering classroom video records, accompanying classroom artifacts, and the tools necessary to work with these videos for teaching and learning


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Reinventing Teacher Education

TeachingWorks is redesigning the ways teachers are educated, trained, and prepared for the profession and practice of teaching.


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U.S. News and World Report rating

SOE is ranked 8th in the nation, up from 11th last year in this year's U.S. News and World Report rating of the nation's best graduate schools. Every one of our programs is ranked among the top six!


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