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Curriculum and Instruction News

Fri
Jul
13
The first National Writing Project Midwest Conference will take place on the UW-Madison campus from Aug. 3 to 5. The conference will be hosted by the Greater Madison Writing Project, and offers educators the opportunity to share their work and learn from colleagues in the field. The Greater Madison Writing Project is a joint effort between UW-Madison's College of Letters & Science, and the School of Education. "There are precious few opportunities for teachers to engage in professional learning that is designed by and for other teachers," says Mark Dziedzic, the director of the Greater Madison Writing Project and an outreach specialist with the School of Education's office of Education Outreach and Partnerships.
Thu
Jul
12
UW-Madison's sj Miller will giving a presentation at TEDMED 2018, which runs Nov. 14-16 in Palm Springs, Calif. TEDMED is the independent health and medicine edition of the famous TED conference. TEDMED bridges the gap between science and the public by finding and sharing stories that inform, inspire, engage and provoke action across a broad, passionate community both inside and outside of health and medicine. Miller is the coordinator of the School of Education's joint Master's Teacher Certification program in secondary English education and English as a second language.
Mon
Jul
09
This latest edition of Learning Connections, the UW-Madison School of Education's alumni news magazine, is now available online. The ​Summer 2018 issue is filled with exciting news about School of Education faculty, staff, students and alumni. In this edition, we put the focus on Leadership that Matters.
Thu
Jun
28
The human resources team within the School of Education's Business Office is partnering with UW-Madison's Office of Human Resources (OHR) to launch a new digital performance management platform, called the Performance Management and Development Program (PMDP). PMDP is a new campus-wide software program designed to streamline and track activities and conversations between supervisors and their direct reports. OHR will have trainings for both employees and supervisors July 13, 17 and 18.
Wed
Jun
27
UW-Madison alumna Laura Hamman will begin working as a post-doctoral research associate with the BUENO Center for Multicultural Education at the University of Colorado-Boulder. Hamman received her Ph.D. from the School of Education's Department of Curriculum and Instruction in 2018.
Mon
Jun
25
Every few summers, Aztalan State Park becomes an active archaeological site when UW-Madison's Sissel Schroeder leads a field school there to better understand those who lived at Aztalan nearly 1,000 years ago. The endeavor has also funded the development of a statewide, K–12 science and social studies curriculum by project assistant Linda Orie, who is finishing her master’s thesis this summer with the School of Education’s Department of Curriculum and Instruction. Designed around archaeology, it is being piloted in partnership with Fort Atkinson Middle School.
Mon
Jun
25
Several alumni of UW-Madison's School of Education ​contributed to a new book titled, "Navigating the Common Good in Teacher Education: Critical and International Perspectives." The book's co-editors are Nikola Hobbel, who received a Ph.D. from the Department of Curriculum and Instruction in 2003, and Barbara Bales, who received a master's in 1998 and a Ph.D. in 2004 from the Department of Curriculum and Instruction. The book also contains chapters from four others with ties to the School of Education: alumnus Julio Emilio Diniz-Pereira (Ph.D. 2004); alumna Rita Verma (Ph.D. 2004); alumnus Bekisizwe S. Ndimande (Ph.D. 2005); and an afterward by Kenneth M. Zeichner, a former UW-Madison Hoefs-Bascom Professor of Teacher Education and School of Education associate dean.
Wed
Jun
20
The Discussion Project team is now accepting applications for the fall 2018 cohort, and invites all UW-Madison faculty and teaching staff who are assigned to teach at least one course for the fall semester, and are able to attend all sessions, to apply. The Discussion Project is a campus professional development program that will train participants how to create productive discussions with students on serious topics in a welcoming, engaging and academically rigorous classroom. Paula McAvoy created and is implementing The Discussion Project in collaboration with School of Education Dean Diana Hess.
Tue
Jun
19
The 2019 Wisconsin Teachers of the Year have been announced and one of this year's award winners is UW-Madison alumnus Benjamin Grignon. Grignon graduated from the School of Education's Art Department in 2005 with a bachelor of fine arts degree. Currently, Grignon teaches traditional Menominee crafts at Menominee Indian High School in Keshena. As part of the Teacher of the Year honor, Grignon will receive $3,000 from the Herb Kohl Educational Foundation.
Wed
Jun
13
Each summer, UW-Madison teams up with Urban Word NYC to offer educators and community leaders a four-day program to learn the best practices in hip hop and spoken word pedagogy. The Institute brings together the leading educators, professors, emcees and activists utilizing the media of spoken word, hip hop and urban arts as relevant, dynamic and necessary educational tools to engage students across multi-disciplinary curricula. The institute, which is co-sponsored in part by the School of Education's office of Education Outreach and Partnerships, will take place July 9-12 in the Education Building on the UW-Madison campus.
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