Menu

Category: SOE in the Community

School Of Education Hosts International Cohort of Fulbright Distinguished Teachers

The School of Education joins two other national universities to host recipients of the Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching Program for International Teachers (Fulbright DAI), which brings international primary and secondary teachers to the U.S. for a semester-long professional development program. Eighteen teachers from nine countries as far away as the Philippines and Senegal will...
Read More

Lesson Study: Experimenting with Science Education for Students and Teachers

Professor Sharon Dotger brings professional development opportunities to area science teachers using “lesson study” method When Sharon Dotger, associate professor of science teaching in the School of Education, says the methods she’s teaching work, she speaks from experience. For more than a decade, Dotger has taken part of her summer to teach in local elementary...
Read More

HEOP Students Volunteer with the Syracuse Rose Society

On July 13, students and staff from the Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) volunteered trimming, watering, and weeding with the Syracuse Rose Society at the Mills Rose Garden at Thornden Park.
Read More

New American All-Stars Music Group to Make Debut Appearance on Wednesday

Two-dozen music students from Syracuse University and the Syracuse City School District will collaborate in a rock concert in Setnor Auditorium Wednesday to celebrate the diversity of music in the community. It’s the debut concert of the Music in the Community program run by David Knapp, an assistant professor of music education in the College...
Read More

Lesson Study on NYS Science Standards at Cazenovia Elementary School

“Save the Sand Towers,” a lesson study project based on the new New York State Science Standards, was held last week at Burton Street Elementary in Cazenovia. News Channel 9 wrote about how these lesson study projects help both students and teachers feel more confident with the new lesson materials and standards. This project was run by Professor...
Read More

CAASD Program Students Travel to Albany to Advocate for Student Aid

35 students from several programs in the Center for Academic Achievement and Student Development participated in New York Student Aid Alliance Advocacy Day at the State Capital in Albany, NY. Students advocated for restoring aid that was recently cut for the Science and Technology Entry Programs (STEP/CSTEP), The Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP),...
Read More

SU Mentor Mentee Alliance Spotlight

The Syracuse University Mentor Mentee Alliance, a partnership between Syracuse University and the Leadership and Public Service High School in New York City, was featured recently in the SU in NYC newsletter. The high school has a partnership with both the School of Education and the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. Ruth Sherman...
Read More

Educators prepare for new state science standards at “It’s Go Time! Science for All” conference

 With new state science standards in effect since July 1, another sold-out crowd of teachers and administrators from across the state will converge on Roxboro Road Middle School on Nov. 7 for a conference that brings together national leaders in science education; “live” science lessons featuring Central New York teachers and students; and a...
Read More

As NYACTE President, Dean Joanna Masingila Advocates for Teacher Education Nationwide

Key government issues for education involve continued funding for teacher training, says School of Education Dean Joanna Masingila in her role as president of the New York Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (NYACTE). Masingila lobbies both Albany and Washington, D.C., with monthly phone conferences or meetings with the state education commissioner and at the...
Read More

Teacher candidates Gain Insights and Experience Through NYC program

This article originally appeared in the Summer 2017 issue of Syracuse University Magazine Last September, at Community Roots Charter School in Brooklyn, Nancy Ivanovic ’17 got to know a lively group of fifth-graders who helped her on her path to becoming a teacher. For weeks Ivanovic was a student teacher in their classroom, which was co-taught...
Read More
1 2 3 4 5 10