News - November 2012 - Graduate School of Education
Monday, November 5, 2012
»Will Parnell, Early Childhood Education faculty, co-presented with Jackie Bartlett "Smartphones and Tablets Change the Future of Documentation" at the 36th annual Washington Association for the Education of Young Children conference in Vancouver, Wash., O
»Leslie J. Munson, David R. Allen, and Ruth A. Falco, Special Education faculty, presented "Working with Families When the Parent Has Learning Difficulties" at the 28th annual international conference of the Division of Early Childhood Conference in Minnea
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
»Helen Young and Ruth Falco, Special Education faculty, presented "A Comprehensive Education Model for Young Children with Autism" at the 28th annual International Conference of the Division of Early Childhood in Minneapolis, Oct. 28-30.
Monday, November 19, 2012
»Will Parnell, Early Childhood Education faculty, presented "The Shadow Side of the Theater: Interrogating Upheld Values of Rugged Individualism" at the 20th annual Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Education conference, State College, Pa., Nov 5.
»Sybil Kelley, Leadership for Sustainability Education faculty, presented "A New Model for Teacher Professional Development—Changing Systems to Support Teaching and Learning in STEM" at the Oregon Department of Education's 21st Century Community Learning C
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
»Will Parnell, Early Childhood Education faculty in the Graduate School of Education, received the 2012 National Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators' Award for Technology Leadership in Early Childhood Education at the association's annual conf
»Ulrich H. Hardt, Education Dean's Office, presented "'Other People's Skins': Fiction Writing in the Classroom," with Tim Gillespie, Karen Johnson, and Kim Stafford at the annual convention of the National Council of Teachers of English, held in Las Vegas,
»Micki Caskey, Curriculum and Instruction faculty, was awarded the John H. Lounsbury Award for Distinguished Service at the Association for Middle Level Education's 39th annual conference at the Oregon Convention Center, Nov. 8. The Lounsbury award is the
»Anita Bright, Curriculum and Instruction faculty, presented "Warping the Lenses and Moving the Margins: Negotiating 'Normal' With Preservice Teachers" at the American Educational Studies Conference in Seattle, Nov. 1.