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Student Teaching Info Sessions

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

student teaching meetingTeacher Education students who plan to student teach next academic year (2013-2014) must attend one of the following Student Teaching Info Sessions:

  • Curriculum & Teaching and Unified Early Childhood students should attend one of the following sessions:
    • February 7th from 4-6pm in 150 JRP
    • February 8th from 10am-12pm in 150 JRP
  • Graduate Licensure Program, Health & Physical Education and Music Education/Music Therapy students should attend one of the following sessions:
    • February 4th from 1:30-3:30pm in 247 JRP
    • February 5th from 9-11am in 247 JRP


Today the KU Center for Sustainability awarded Dr. Robert Harrington, professor in the Department of Psychology and Research in Education for his work on social climate and education. His research and writings have been used to make classroom environments more welcoming to all students, no matter race, sex, disability, learning style, ethnicity, language, age and class, among others, and thus lead to better educational outcomes. Read more here: https://news.ku.edu/ku-center-sustainability-announces-2014-sustainability-leadership-award-recipients
Center announces 2014 Sustainability Leadership Awards | The University of Kansas
Center announces 2014 Sustainability Leadership AwardsMon, 04/21/2014ContactJeff SeverinCenter for Sustainability785-864-5804jseverin@ku.eduLAWRENCE — The University of Kansas Center for Sustainability will present the 2014 Sustainability Leadership Awards on Tuesday, April 22, as part of KU's Earth…

KU Professional Development Schools (PDS) Alliance 2013 - 2014 Newsltter http://t.co/6NHOCRUv1O


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