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- Yopp Distinguished Speaker Series in Mathematics Education featuring Dr. Amanda Jansen: February 24th, Free and Open to the Public - 2020 Yopp Distinguished Speaker Series in Mathematics Education Monday, February 24, 2020 | Dr. Amanda Jansen, Professor of Mathematics Education University of Delaware Free and Open to the Public Research Talk: Secondary Mathematics Teachers’ Instructional Practices that Motivate and Engage Students 10:30 am – 12:00 pm UNCG Elliott University Center, Claxton Room — Dr. Jansen […]
- Recognizing New Members of the John H. Cook Society – February 2020 - Enrichment funds can be the reason a student with a financial emergency completes a course, a promising researcher presents at a conference, or a pre-service teacher has the ability to experience international travel. Enrichment funds are made possible through gifts from donors — many of whom are members of the John H. Cook Society — who […]
- Students and Faculty from Shanghai Normal University Visit the SOE and Guilford County Schools - A group of 16 preservice teachers and three faculty members from Shanghai Normal University in China visited Northwood Elementary School and Ferndale Middle School in Guilford County Schools (GCS) during January 13-24, 2020. This is the second year that Northwood and Ferndale collaborated with the UNC Greensboro School of Education for this intercultural exchange. With […]
- Dr. Sophia Rodriguez (ELC) Launches New Regional Organization: Southeast Immigration Studies Association (SEISA) - Dr. Sophia Rodriguez, along with colleagues at the University of South Carolina, Auburn, The Citadel, and College of Charleston in the areas of education, sociology, history/Public History and social work, have united to launch a regional organization called the Southeast Immigration Studies Association (SEISA). Dr. Rodriguez is an Assistant Professor in the Educational Leadership and Cultural […]
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