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11/27/2018
Why Individuals with Developmental Disabilities Also Need Sex Ed
richelle-frabotta-lecture-1-3x2.pngThe primary goal is to provide sex ed training for Cincinnati Center for Autism (CCA) teachers and staff, as well as additional workshops for parents and caregivers. A secondary component will also include the creation of an individualized and developmentally appropriate curriculum for the students themselves.
11/20/2018
Reframe Podcast: Episode 44
schultz1200x628.pngHow Fifth-Grade Students Became Inspired Citizen Activists
11/19/2018
How Fifth-Grade Students Became Inspired Citizen Activists
lessons1200x628.pngBack when Brian Schultz was a 5th-grade teacher in a struggling urban school, he asked his students to name a social issue that could inform a class project. But when the students decided what they really needed was a whole new school building, no one could have predicted what came next.
11/13/2018
Demoralized Teachers, Schools that Fail, and the Epidemic Influence of Ed Policy
meredith-dc-graphic-3x2.pngAs a visiting assistant professor of educational leadership at Miami University, Meredith Wronowski studies the intersection of educational policy, school decline, and teacher turnover. And as a former school administrator, she is also concerned with the growing disconnect between policy and practice that continues to alienate educators.
11/13/2018
KNH Students Win ACSM Quiz Bowl
acsm1200x600.pngMiami kinesiology and health students Jared Bottger, Sarah Brown, and Taylor Roof received the first place trophy at the Midwest Chapter of American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) Quiz Bowl Championship held in Grand Rapids, MI, on November 9th.
11/08/2018
New Miami University Program Offers Immersive Community Activism for All
fjc-1-3x2.pngOpen to all majors, the Fostering Just Communities (FJC) Certificate is an immersive learning experience that allows college students to address serious social issues by working alongside local residents in high-needs urban areas.
11/07/2018
Dean Michael E. Dantley Nominated for UCEA Hidden Figures Award
meet-the-dean-1-close-up-3x2.jpgMichael E. Dantley, Dean of the College of Education, Health and Society, was nominated for the Hidden Figures Award given by the University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA).
11/06/2018
Reframe Podcast: Episode 43
katie-henry-two-robots3x2.pngBringing More Diversity to the World of Robotics
11/01/2018
November SEOH News
This month's news includes the availability of upcoming literacy courses necessary for licensure, spring student teaching registration, teacher education Center for Career Exploration & Success services, a local school district's on campus open house event, and finally, a reminder about signing up for Duo, Miami's new two-factor authentication tool.