UDC - Department of Education

UDC - Department of Education The Department of Education, one of the nine academic departments in the College of Arts and Sciences, administers both pre-service and in-service professional education programs for the University of the District of Columbia.

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02/04/2011
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Attention Education Majors!! OSSE adopts policy to accept Praxis I composite scoring and equivelent SAT, ACT and GRE scores to meet Praxis I licensure exam requirements. For more information, please see attached. This has an impact on all education majors!

Interested in getting some experience as an educator...check this out!  Champions, a division of Knowledge Learning Corp...
01/13/2011
Champions | After School Programs, Academic Tutoring, Summer Science Camps, Science Clubs and Day Ca

Interested in getting some experience as an educator...check this out! Champions, a division of Knowledge Learning Corporation, is looking to hire self motivated, flexible, and energetic Site Directors, Site Teachers, and Site Assistants to work in a creative and hands-on school-age environment. Champions offers all staff the opportunity to work with children in a dynamic, supportive, and fun environment.

Champions before and after school programs. Tutoring for students of all academic levels K-12, After school programs include reading tutoring, math tutoring, writing tutoring and online tutoring. Cham

Volunteer Opportunities with PAL Club, an afterschool and summer program in Southeast DC at Stanton Elementary.  PAL’s a...
01/12/2011
People Animal Love Index

Volunteer Opportunities with PAL Club, an afterschool and summer program in Southeast DC at Stanton Elementary. PAL’s approach is to integrate animals in the classroom to create a desire to learn. UDC Students could volunteer at PAL Club and gain valuable education experience in an extremely challenging environment. For more information, please contact Dr. Daniel Soodjinda at [email protected] .

11/24/2010
Scholarships

New Scholarship Opportunities. The Hispanic College Fund has announced the opening of scholarship applications, which are available online now through March 1, 2011. The awards range from $500 to $10,000 and will cover the 2011-12 academic year. Any student who has parents or grandparents from any Spanish-speaking country is considered Hispanic even if s/he does not speak Spanish. Faculty: please encourage your stude

Developing professionals ... one degree at a time.

Become a teacher for Prince George's County Public Schools!!!http://www1.pgcps.org/interior.aspx?id=137582
11/15/2010
PGCPS Stories

Become a teacher for Prince George's County Public Schools!!!
http://www1.pgcps.org/interior.aspx?id=137582

Date: Saturday, December 11, 2010 Time: 8:30 a.m. – 12 noon Location: Dr. Henry A. Wise, Jr. High School 12650 Brooke Lane Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 Who should attend:

09/01/2010
Internship opportunity - Young Ladies of Tomorrow

Education Internship Opportunity: Young Ladies of Tomorrow

Young Ladies of Tomorrow (YLOT) is reaching out to neighboring Colleges and Universities to provide a fall internship for students gaining a degree in Special Education or similar, and who have an interest in Advocacy & Human Rights, Children & Youth, Community, Crisis Support, Education & Literacy....

09/01/2010
NAACP - Education Inernship Opportunities

Education internship opportunities with the NAACP...

The Education Department, a division of the Programs Department, seeks a research intern for the Fall 2010 and Spring 2011 semesters to work on projects addressing school discipline policies, core standards implementation, and planning our biannual Daisy Bates Education Summit.

Attention Education Majors!!  The program below looks like a great opportunity for you to develop your teaching career a...
06/01/2010
www.ets.org

Attention Education Majors!! The program below looks like a great opportunity for you to develop your teaching career and add something to your resume!

We would like to invite you to participate in a pilot study of assessments of "knowledge for teaching." These assessments are part of an important research project, titled "Measures of Effective Teaching" (MET), sponsored by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. ...

Good or bad...say goodbye to teacher tenure!
05/24/2010
Rhee seeking to revamp D.C. rules on teacher tenure - Washington Times

Good or bad...say goodbye to teacher tenure!

Before the fall of 2009, D.C. schools Chancellor Michelle A. Rhee followed the common practice of using a seniority-based method to lay off teachers. Her hands, like those of her counterparts across America, were tied by last-hired-first-fired rules. Now D.C., along with New York, Colorado and other...

05/19/2010
Introduction to Yale's Autism Seminar | Understanding Autism

*The Yale Child Study Center has recently made their undergraduate
seminar course on autism available to the public online at no cost.
This is the *same course* that has been available to Yale University
students.

The Yale Seminar on Autism and Related Disorders is the United States' first undergraduate course of its kind. Our goal for this website is to make all of the lecture content and supporting materials available online for free for anyone who desires to learn about Autism Spectrum Disorders.

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