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Hate math? Professors tackle arithmophobia with innovation
Professors like Dana Cox are changing the way math is taught to improve students' relationship with the subject. Photo by Scott KissellAt the Southeastern Correctional Institution in Lancaster, Ohio, inmates lined up eagerly at the door. It was 1992 and the students arrived before their instructor, Todd Edwards, to fractions class.
Reframe Podcast: Episode 52
How Autism Affects Family Life
Bob de Schutter on the increased demographic market among older gamers
Game, March 5 (subscription may be required)
Critical Literacy Helps Students Appreciate Multiple Perspectives
Miami University Assistant Professor, Katherine Batchelor, uses critical literacy to help future teachers design more inclusive and culturally relevant lessons.
March SEOH News
Check out this month's news for notes about March's live session, information regarding an upcoming campus lecture event, an exciting announcement of a brand new student teaching scholarship, preparation for the spring teacher job fair and gaining assurances for completing literacy coursework.
Protection of Vulnerable Seniors a Growing Challenge in Ohio, February 24, 2019 (subscription may be required)
Reframe Podcast: Episode 51
walkerpodcast1200x800.jpgThe Social Emotional Sides of Teaching
New EHS Student Senator Aligns Interest in Education with Policy, Advocacy, and Action
Only a few weeks into her second semester on campus, Kelsey Bittel was recently confirmed as an academic senator in Miami’s Associated Student Government (ASG), where she will represent the College of Education, Health and Society (EHS).
Miami Students Selected to Attend Inaugural Diversity and Inclusion Event for Major League Baseball
mlb_800x400.pngRecently, a group of Miami University kinesiology and health students took part in MLB’s inaugural Take the Field event – a pioneering initiative designed to increase opportunities for women to work in baseball