Tag Archives: teacher education

Literacy Colloquy: Dr. Joanne Marciano

A talk from Dr. Joanne Marciano, assistant professor in the Department of Teacher Education at Michigan State University whose work focuses on issues of literacy and educational opportunity/access for youth with emphases on urban education, culturally and linguistically diverse youth, secondary English education, and teacher education.

Elementary Reading Search Job Talk

Please join us for a job talk given by Dr. Erica M. Barnes, Assistant Professor from University of Albany, titled: ‘Fostering Literacy Development through Language’ Dr. Barnes will present her work examining how teachers support young children’s acquisition of academic registers. Using quantitative and qualitative methodology, she investigates how lexical, grammatical, and discourse-level features of… Read More »

Faculty Colloquy: Django Paris

In the kick-off for the fall 2017 Department of Teacher Education Faculty Colloquium series, join Associate Professor Django Paris as he discusses his new book: “Culturally Sustaining Pedagogies: Teaching and Learning for Justice in a Changing World.” Learn more about culturally sustaining pedagogies and the publication here. Light refreshments will be served prior to the… Read More »

MI-AMTE Conversations Among Colleagues Conference

Hosted by Michigan State University The 2017 MI-AMTE Conversations among Colleagues meeting focuses on how to develop coherent educational systems utilizing the full range of experts available in K-16 education within the state of Michigan. The organizational structure of the one-day meeting is designed as a working conference among an even broader audience in sharing ideas… Read More »