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May scholarship adds to EHS diversity efforts
A gift that not only promotes diversity within the College of Education, Health, and Society, but also broadens study abroad opportunities for teacher education students.
Nathaniel Bryan was featured on WVXU for his new book
A new book by a Miami University professor examines how the American educational system marginalizes and leaves Black boys behind. It also outlines effective strategies Black male teachers use to support those students and help them achieve.
New book examines how to better support Black boys in a broken educational system
Miami's Nathaniel Bryan addresses the impact of socially constructed stereotypes and perceptions in the classroom, while highlighting the importance of educators who challenge such practices
EHS awarded $65,000 grant from Cincinnati Public Schools
This grant was awarded to Sharon Custer (FSW) and Tammy Schwartz (EDT) for their project, "Resource Coordinator for the Fairview-Clifton German Language School".
Ann Haley MacKenzie, EDT, has been named Extraordinary Professor for the Self-Directed Learning Research Center at North West University in South Africa.
MacKenzie will be collaborating and conducting research within the Self-Directed Learning research unit. Her research agenda will focus on the intersection of indigenous knowledge and social justice.
CRT, Teaching, and White Women's Tears, Oh My: Hysteria in Racially Just Teaching
Reimagine Education Conference Monday-Tuesday November 29-30 Keynote Speaker: Dr. Cheryl Matias, Professor of Secondary Education at the University of Kentucky Shriver Center, DuBois B- 1:30-2:30pm on 11/29
Ask the expert: Social media-spurred challenges and destructive behaviors
A rise in destructive student behaviors encouraged by social media trends on platforms such as TikTok are occurring in many school districts. Miami University College of Education, Health and Society educational leadership faculty and experts are available to help schools address these and related issues.
$2.5M PELEA grant to provide critical support for students learning English
In the last decade, the number of English language learning children (ELs) across Ohio has doubled to nearly 60,000. Many of these students arrive unaccompanied, or alone, and may have suffered additional trauma from poverty, natural disasters, and political unrest. And many local schools lack the expertise and resources to work with this growing population of students.
Education majors return to face-to-face student teaching
For student teacher Morgan Rost, the daily routine became an ingrained habit, up at 5:40 a.m., don her pre-laid out clothes, grab her pre-packed lunch and hit the road for her 40-minute drive from Oxford to Harrison Junior School.