Join the Teacher Preparation Program this Thursday (12/5) from 10:00-11:30am in Rm 252 for a conversation about GoReact (www.goreact.com). Hear from COE faculty and graduate students who are using GoReact in their teaching and/or research this semester. Speakers will cover a variety of topics, including: Modifying assignments and class activities to include a video component Using rubrics,… Read More »
The end of Fall Semester is just around the corner, so COGS has planned some events to provide a little stress relief – or at least a study/writing break! Check out https://cogs.msu.edu/upcoming-events/ for more info and to purchase tickets at the COGS Storefront: • December 7th, 6pm to 8pm – Bowling at Spare Time. $2.00… Read More »
Are you interested in applying for the Summer Research Fellowship (SRF), the Summer Renewable Research Fellowship (SRRF), or the Summer Research Development Fellowship (SRDF)? On Tuesday, November 12, 2019 from 4:00 – 5:30 pm in Erickson 116-H, Ed Policy will be providing information presented by students who earned an SRF/SRRF/SRDF this past summer. Come to this session… Read More »
Can Designing Good Instruction Save our Literacy Research Souls? A theatrical title? Maybe. But, I will use a religious analogy to argue that the longstanding gap between education research and its influence on practice is the original sin of researchers, not of inattentive or recalcitrant practitioners. We (I contritely include myself) have unwittingly sold our… Read More »
Dr. Donna M. Talbot, Professor of Educational Leadership Higher Education and Student Affairs Chair, Department of Educational Leadership, Research, & Technology Event Details: Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 1:30PM Erickson Hall, Room 252 Impostor Syndrome, Identity, and Finding your Inner Scholar Before becoming a “career academic,” Dr. Talbot enjoyed brief stints as a student affairs… Read More »
Nov. 8, “international breakfast”: Drop in any time between 8:30-10:30 in 1st floor grad lounge near Sparty’s. Join us for this chance to build community that recognizes and benefits from our many diversities. Please take this chance to stop by, meet old friends and make new acquaintances. Stay as little or long as you like.
From “what” and “how” to “who:” Literacy and language instructional practices with immigrant-origin youth in the U.S. Brown Bag Seminar with Dr. Carrie SymonsTuesday, November 5th 12:00 – 1:00pm in 116H Erickson Hall Please join us for a brown bag lunch seminar with Dr. Carrie Symons from the Department of Teacher Education here at MSU.… Read More »
Please join OISE for a day trip to Detroit next Friday, November 1!We will meet with some of our MSU partners working and living in the city. Although this trip will *not* be solely about schools/schooling, we will be meeting with people who work in schools, youth development, and community organizing. We are planning on… Read More »
Public forum on “Targeting Host Immune Cells in Lethal Prostate Cancer” November 22, 2019 4 – 5PM Chittenden Hall, Room 110 The keynote presenter will be MSU AGEP alum, Dr. Jelani Zarif, Assistant Professor at Johns Hopkins University. To sign up, click here, http://bit.ly/19AGEPPublic. This event is free for the public.
Search Candidate: Associate Dean for Equity, Inclusion and Faculty Affairs A Pedagogy of Acercamiento: Building a (More) Inclusive and Equitable Place Higinio Dominguez is an Associate Professor in the Teacher Preparation program of the College of Education at Michigan State University. Dr. Dominguez’ research program maintains a synergistic relationship with his teaching and service. Across… Read More »