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10/07/2019
2019 Noyce Scholars Welcome Reception
Welcome to the 2019-2020 Noyce Scholars – Caitlin Leach (integrated science education and biology) and Anna Page (Life Science/Chemistry Education and Chemistry double major)!
10/07/2019
First Noyce Scholar Presents at the 2019 Noyce Summit in D.C.
Cassie Campbell, the first recipient of the prestigious Miami University Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship, made a poster presentation at the 2019 Noyce Summit in Washington, DC.
10/01/2019
Missy Biddinger - 2019 Educator of Excellence Award Winner
Mrs. Missy Biddinger, Grade 5, was honored as a recipient of the Harry T. Wilks Hamilton Celebrates Education Educator of Excellence Award.
09/10/2019
Reframe: Episode 61
The latest episode of the Reframe Podcast featuring David Annable, a school psychologist from the Talawanda School District, talking about Ohio's 3rd Grade Reading Guarantee.
09/04/2019
New $1.9M NSF grant will help teachers stimulate students' imaginations to improve learning of chemistry
Sequence of the dynamic visualization approach to teaching chemistry using VisChem and storyboarding for understanding .With a new $1.9 million grant from the National Science Foundation, Miami University’s Ellen Yezierski aims to help high school chemistry teachers prepare students to become more scientifically literate.
08/13/2019
Reframe: Episode 59
Inside the Synnovation Lab
08/13/2019
Miami alum named Texas Regional Teacher of the Year
Miami alum named Texas Regional Teacher of the Year
07/16/2019
Dr. Ellen Yezierski Awarded $1.9M NSF Grant
Ellen Yezierski, Professor of Chemistry, was recently awarded a 5-year, $1.9M NSF DRK-12 grant. The project aims to improve our knowledge of the ways in which conceptual understanding in high school chemistry is afforded and constrained by teachers’ use of dynamic, molecular-level visualizations.
06/27/2019
New Education Program Helps Low-income Children Avoid the Summer Slide
A new partnership between Miami University and Hamilton’s Head Start program is helping local children stay ahead this summer. It’s called JUmp over the SUmmer Time (JUST).