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July SEOH Program News
Check out this month's news for information about upcoming course offering, opportunities for licensure students to earn their master's degree n special education, as well as information about applying for the mild-moderate license this summer. Have a great Independence Day holiday!
EHS faculty visit the nation's capital
DC.jpgThe group included Noah Gilbert, Dr. Michael Dantley, Dr. Tammy Schwartz, and Randi Thomas.
Commencement held for EHS students studying in Bermuda
seoh-grad-bermuda180.jpegIn 2014, Miami University entered into a partnership with Bermuda College and the Bermuda Ministry of Education to provide a graduate program to train teachers in Bermuda as K-12 Intervention Specialists.
June SEOH Program News
Please read the SEOH June news for a reminder about summer courses, information regarding summer graduation, licensure procedures, as well as future term registration. And for anyone interested in receiving financial aid in 2017-2018, some helpful links are provided.
Is Technology Changing How Children Learn and Play?
brain-tech-180x125.jpgEvery winter, several Miami University education majors prepare to leave the United States to study abroad in the small nation of Belize. These college students will spend their time working with children in a variety of local classrooms.
Three EHS students honored with Senior Service Leadership Award
The Senior Service Leadership Award honors Miami students who have demonstrated meritorious service in the areas of Campus Life, Community Service, Employee Service, and Intellectual & Cultural Leadership.
Leah Wasburn-Moses on fidget spinners, May 8 (subscription may be required)
Miami professor says fidget toys becoming more common in K-12 classrooms
Fidget toys, such as spinners and cubes, have become a common sight in classrooms this spring.