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EOP News

Thu
Jun
26
The CUNA Mutual Group announced Thursday it is committing $1.2 million to Forward Madison, a collaborative between the UW-Madison School of Education and the Madison Metropolitan School District that was announced in March. Forward Madison strengthens the long-standing relationships between the School of Education and Madison Schools by supporting new educators, providing continued professional learning for educators and improving the diversity of MMSD’s workforce.
Thu
Jun
19
Teachers from across the state will be on the UW-Madison campus Friday, June 20, showcasing their work during an annual Celebration of Research event. Four cohorts of teachers -– two from rural Wisconsin, one from the Milwaukee area and one from Madison -- have spent much of the 2013-14 academic year engaged in provocative and informative action research projects. They'll be sharing their findings from 9 a.m. to noon in the Town Center of the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery.
Thu
Jun
12
In her first blog post for Ed Prep Matters, UW-Madison School of Education Dean Julie Underwood explains how teaching and teacher training are difficult tasks these days. Ed Prep Matters is the official blog of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, and Underwood this year is chairing AACTE’s Board of Directors.
Mon
May
19
This past weekend UW-Madison’s School of Education recognized its Spring 2014 graduates by hosting a pair of celebrations at the Gordon Dining and Events center on campus. To view more than 400 photos from the Ph.D. and MFA Hooding Ceremony and Reception, and the Commencement Breakfast Celebration, visit the School's Facebook Page.
Fri
May
09
An official with UW-Madison's athletic department presented a check worth more than $27,500 to the School of Education on Thursday night, May 8. This marks the fourth consecutive year that proceeds from the Badger football team’s annual spring game were directed to a campus partner. And in 2014, funds raised through ticket sales to the April 12 scrimmage were distributed to the School of Education. These dollars will help back student literacy efforts.
Wed
Apr
30
The work of Kathy Cramer, a professor with the Department of Political Science, is steeped in providing service learning experiences for students and examining ways that UW-Madison can build stronger relationships with those outside of campus. The Morgridge Center advances the Wisconsin Idea by developing and promoting civic engagement and learning through service within local, national and global communities.
Wed
Apr
23
The highly regarded national reputation of UW-Madison’s School of Education is due, in large part, to the dedication and talent of its faculty and staff. Each year, the School recognizes some of its most outstanding contributors with School of Education Faculty & Staff Achievement Awards. And on Wednesday night, the most recent class of award winners was honored during a reception and ceremony at the Education Building.
Thu
Apr
10
The School of Education is partnering with UW Athletics for the Badger football team's annual spring game on Saturday, April 12. Ticket proceeds from the scrimmage at Camp Randall Stadium will benefit efforts across the School of Ed dedicated to improving student literacy. On Tuesday, former Badger and Packer great Mark Tauscher gave an interesting and entertaining interview to WKOW-TV for its “27 News at 5” program.
Tue
Apr
01
This partnership consists of a multi-year effort to co-design and implement three components of educator preparation focused on skills development and supplying a high-quality workforce to MMSD schools –- starting with new educator induction and mentoring this fall. MMSD’s Board of Education voted to approve the Forward Madison initiative at its meeting Monday night.
Sat
Mar
29
The Wisconsin Collaborative Education Research Network (the Network) is a match-making endeavor that is designed to facilitate relationships among university researchers and educators to create new pathways for innovating teaching and learning practices. The Network is a collaborative effort between the UW-Madison School of Education, Wisconsin Center for Education Research (WCER) and Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI).
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