This April 3 lightning symposium being held in the north lobby of the Education Building will offer an opportunity for educators to learn about the research interests of Uni High faculty and discover collaborative possibilities.
This webinar presents information on the Principal and Teacher Leader programs (EdM, CAS, EdD) offered by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign at Oakton Community College (Des Plaines) and the Illini Center in Chicago.
Peter Mayo, a professor in the Department of Arts, Open Communities & Adult Education at the University of Malta, will give a talk on the pressing issues surrounding migration, racism, and education in the Mediterranean countries of Europe.
Professor JB Kwon, an associate professor of anthropology and sociology at Webster University, will contribute to a comparative understanding of the effects and affects of deindustrialization, shedding light on non-Western experiences, to develop a more complex consideration of Korean working class masculinities and highlighting native Korean affective cultural form.
Speaker Saad Taleem will address the questions of "How was peaceful coexistence despite differences upheld in society in the time of Muhammad?" and "How is this relevant to us in our communities in a time of increasing unrest and lack of unity?"
Join Dean James Anderson, faculty members, and alumni from the College of Education at this New York City reception during the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. It's an opportunity to reconnect with friends, meet with students, and find out what's new at the College of Education.
Harry Brighouse, the director of the Center for Ethics & Education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, will make the case that the suboptimality of teaching and mentoring reflects the background incentive structure for faculty members, but also results from choices they freely make within the incentive structure.
Are you considering or have you been teaching an online course? Are you interested in using technology to enhance your teaching? Technology Services at Education, SAAO and Online Programs invite you to learn about the latest technology, tools and techniques for College teaching.
Avicenna Community Health Center is having its annual spring 5K! Come run or walk with fellow supporters and learn more about our free health clinic. There will be free food, prizes, and a health fair!
Researchers have recently discovered a dangerous biological syndrome caused by abuse and neglect during childhood. As the new documentary RESILIENCE reveals, toxic stress can trigger hormones that wreak havoc on the brains and bodies of children, putting them at a greater risk for disease, homelessness, prison time, and early death.
The College of Education at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign will celebrate the investiture of Dr. Michaelene Ostrosky, the recipient of the Grayce Wicall Gauthier Professorship in Education.
You are invited to attend University Primary School's Preschool-5th grade student exhibit at Link Gallery, Thursday, May 10, during regular operating hours. The exhibit features art work from Uni Primary school children including a special project to be shared abroad this summer in Greece.
All Illinois teachers completing their first year of teaching and 2018 graduates of UIUC teacher preparation programs are invited to register for the 2018 INTC Beginning Teacher Conference! The theme for this year is Whole Child, Whole Teacher, Whole Community.
In this webinar, the presenters will discuss decontextualized language, early developing morphemes, timelines for phonological processes, and preliteracy achievements during the preschool years, as well as when to worry that a child's speech and language doesn't seem to be progressing as expected.
This professional development opportunity for K-5 educators will focus on strategies for elementary teachers who are interested in integrating computer science and computational thinking into their mathematics instruction.
This conference is being held to dialogue and learn about how community colleges and other two-year institutions can serve as agents for racial justice and decolonization. Current quality practices and future recommendations will be explored in relation to issues of politics, access, identity, and policy.