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Faculty receive grant for $1 million to introduce Miami University's Noyce Scholarship Program
edt-zoo-museum-180x125.jpgThe project is a partnership involving the university’s College of Education, Health and Society, College of Arts and Science and Urban Teaching Cohort program in collaboration with Cincinnati Public School and Middletown City School districts in Ohio.
EHS alumna named new Executive Director of the National Network for Educational Renewal
The NNER is a membership network dedicated to the simultaneous renewal of schools and the institutions that prepare teachers.
Libraries research award honors four undergraduates
Recognizing that great student research goes hand in hand with knowledgeable use of library resources, the Miami University Libraries have announced four honorees for the 2017 Libraries Award for Undergraduate Research Excellence (LAURE).
Why Disadvantaged Children Struggle in School and How to Help Them Succeed
lipe-180x125.jpgAs a team member of the Low Income Preschool Enhancement Project, Jaclyn Caballero had been using an educational iPad app to teach young children where rain goes after it falls from the sky. Suddenly, the concept finally “clicked.”
EHS Students Honored with Goldman Prize for Two Consecutive Years
It is one of the most prestigious honors Miami University has to offer, and it’s among the largest undergraduate awards in the nation.
Reframe Podcast: Episode 7
multi180x120.jpgRefining and Redefining Literacy
Refining (and Redefining) Literacy for a New Era of Teaching and Learning
Before they introduced themselves online, neither Paige nor Katie had ever met before. But soon, the students quickly bonded, established a rapport, developed trust, and cultivated a reciprocal relationship that unfolded in a unique digital space. They shared writing samples, replies, revisions, critiques, and conversations. Through these dynamic virtual interactions, both students were able to build many of the skills now essential for 21st century teaching and learning.
Goldman Prize winner Quentin Russell to share his love of poetry with area students
goldman-quentin-head-shot.jpgAs the 2017 recipient of the Joanna Jackson Goldman Memorial Prize, Quentin Russell will spend the next year teaching poetry after school to students at four area high schools.
EDT alum works with students to benefit the Ohio Innocence Project
innocence-project-180x125.jpgRachel McMillian, a Miami teacher education graduate and current Shroder Paideia High School social studies chair in Cincinnati, worked with her students using a civics class project to help the Ohio Innocence Project (OIP).