Category: SOE in the Community

More than 300 College Students Begin Training to Work in Say Yes Summer Camps

More than 300 college students, representing 46 colleges and universities, will be on the Syracuse University campus on Monday, June 13, to train at the Say Yes Summer Institute to become summer enrichment specialists for the 2011 Say Yes to Education Summer Camp. The Summer Institute is a weeklong intensive training program that incorporates project-based lesson...
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Disability Cultural Center to open on SU campus in Fall 2011

Syracuse University continues to be a national leader in higher education as it will open the doors to a Disability Cultural Center in the fall of 2011. This groundbreaking center will be the only one of its kind across the nation that is operated by permanent staff members. The Disability Cultural Center will function as...
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SU Faculty Collaborate with Willow Field Elementary to Host Public Research Lesson

Faculty from the Syracuse University department of Science Teaching have partnered with the teachers and administration of Willow Field Elementary in Liverpool to explore a process called “lesson study.” Their efforts will culminate this Thursday, May 19 at 6 pm in a public research lesson held in the Willow Field Elementary gymnasium. This event is...
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StoryFest IV will Feature Four Renowned Local Storytellers May 19

Four well-known local storytellers will headline this year’s StoryFest, an annual storytelling event held in honor of the late Syracuse educator Ted Grace. StoryFest IV: A Family Storytelling Event will begin at 6:30 p.m. May 19 at Corcoran High School’s Ted Grace Reading Grove. The event is run by the Corcoran High School Parent-Teacher-Student Organization...
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School of Education Urban Education Lecture Series Continues with ‘Waiting for Superman’ and Panel Discussion April 26

The Syracuse University School of Education‘s next installment in its Landscape of Urban Education lecture series will be a screening and discussion of “Waiting for Superman,” the powerful 2010 documentary about urban education reform. “Who Are We Waiting For?: Profiling ‘Superman’ in Syracuse” begins at 4 p.m., April 26 in the Joyce Hergenhan Auditorium in Newhouse...
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Syracuse City Elementary School Receives Recognition for Inclusive Practices

Salem Hyde Elementary School in Syracuse has received a state grant and recognition as one of just 23 model schools in the state for inclusive special education. School staff and administration will celebrate their new honor with a banner-raising ceremony at 3:15 p.m., March 10 in the Salem Hyde library. The New York State Education...
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