News

12 Jun 2012    

Kabourek receives Freda Drath Battey Distinguished Educator Award

CEHS proudly announces that Andrea Kabourek, English teacher at Lincoln East High School, is this year's recipient of the Freda Drath Battey Distinguished Educator Award. Kabourek was honored for her educational leadership during a June 1 luncheon at UNL.

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11 Jun 2012    

CEHS hosts second technology Education in Digital and Global Environments conference

CEHS hosts second technology Education in Digital and Global Environments conference.
The conference is directed toward pre-service and in-service teachers. The focus of the workshop is on technology that improves classroom practice, particularly new technologies and instructional methods for the 21st century.

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11 May 2012    

R2Ed to Conduct May 21 Webinar

 

The U.S. Department of Education has invited R2Ed researchers to conduct an upcoming webinar on family and community engagement initiatives that support student achievement and school improvement.

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25 Apr 2012    

Renfro, secondary ed major, wins Fulbright

 

Brian Rentfro, a senior secondary education major from Swansea, Ill., has received a Fulbright Scholarship. Next fall, he will be traveling to Germany, where he will live and teach English to German students for 10 months.

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23 Apr 2012    

O'Grady, CEHS, to teach in Brazil on Fulbright

Loni O’Grady, a secondary Spanish education and English as a Second Language education major, has been awarded a Fulbright scholarship. She will travel to Brazil in 2013 to gain experience teaching English in a foreign country. O’Grady, of Omaha, is completing her student teaching at Omaha South High School. She teaches Advanced-Placement Spanish, ESL 1 and 2 and a dual-language computer course.

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17 Apr 2012    

Secondary math student earns Fulbright, will teach in Czech Republic

Fulbright scholarship winner Mallory Slama will spend summer finishing school at UNL and, after graduation in August, will move to the Czech Republic to teach English for a year. Slama is the fifth UNL student to earn a Fulbright award this spring. Her undergraduate degree will be in secondary math education and mathematics with a minor in Czech. Besides English, she also hopes to get involved with the math department where she is teaching.

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04 Apr 2012    

Justice will present April 13 on promoting young children's literacy

Laura Justice will present April 13 on the topic, "Promoting Young Children's Knowledge About Print: Designing Systemic Early Literacy Interventions." Justice directs the Preschool Language and Literacy Research Lab at The Ohio State University.

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04 Apr 2012    

Pi Lambda Theta, education honor society, sponsors learning event about graduate April 19

Pi Lambda Theta, education honor society will sponsor an opportunity to learn about graduate study, April 19, 6 p.m. in the Nebraska Union. 

This event is directed toward teachers and other educators for whom graduate studies is a regular part of professional growth and advancement. The event will also be of interest to undergraduate students who will have the opportunity to learn more about graduate study opportunities and engage in dialogue about graduate studies.

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02 Mar 2012    

Demerath to speak March 8

Peter Demerath, University of Minnesota's College of Education and Human Development, will present "The Hidden Curriculum for Personal Advancement in U.S. Schools," March 8, 2:00 p.m. in 105 Teachers College Hall.

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01 Mar 2012    

Corkle named to receive 2012 Christa McAuliffe Prize from CEHS

Bryan Corkle, a science teacher in the O'Neill Public Schools, has been named the winner of the 2012 Christa McAuliffe Prize, awarded by the College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

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