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Upcoming Events

Thursday, February 2, 2017 -
6:00pm to 7:30pm

Our second information session of 2017 will take place on Thursday, February 2.  This is a great opportunity to visit campus, meet with representatives from the School of Education, and learn more about how our graduate programs can meet your professional needs.  If you are interested in obtaining your first teaching license through an Alternative Licensure program or in Special Education, or want to add a new endorsement to your current Professional Educator License, this would be a great opportunity to learn about our programs.

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On Wednesday, November 9, over 20 teachers, students, administrators, and librarians joined faculty, staff, and current students from the School of Education’s Technology Specialist program for its very first Technology for Educators Coding Camp event.  Designed to offer teachers practical strategies for integrating coding and technology into learning environments, candidates received 1.5 hours of professional development as they worked throu

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Ever seen kindergartners record a video in front of a green screen? Or choose work for their parents to see — and explain what they were doing — in real time?

Both things happen in Michele Doyle’s kindergarten class at St. Celestine School in Elmwood Park, and she’s helped other teachers in the school learn how to use technology both to enhance their lessons and communication between school and home.

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Now in its sixth year, the School Of Education (SOE) Reading Academy program has been revamped, and the results are a hit. Designed to enhance students' reading and writing skills while introducing them to innovation through technology and inquiry, the three-week program focuses on students in second through eighth grade.

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It’s another successful summer for students in the Summer Gifted and Talented Program at Dominican and there is a lot of learning going on. One of the many interesting courses offered during week three was: Environmental Science: Green Generation.

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Nathalie Mathis, a 2015 graduate, has received a Fulbright teaching grant that will send her to Argentina next spring. She plans to teach English and American culture and hopes to start a school club showing films that reflect American culture.