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COE professors strike three-year agreement to improve child literacy in the US Virgin Islands

Two professors in the UO College of Education (COE) have spearheaded a three-year agreement with the US Virgin Islands (USVI) to improve reading performance among elementary-aged students across the St. Thomas, St. Croix, and St. John islands.

IAL Info Session (Virtual): January 13, 2016 at 4:30 pm

IAL Info Session  - Attend from your computer

Date: Wed., February 10, 2016

Time: Starts at 4:30 pm

Have questions about the UO IAL program, program requirements or the application process? Attend this info session - from your computer.

Limited to 20 attendees. Please RSVP by Monday, February 8 at 5pm, email jdavis10@uoregon.eduOnce you RSVP, we will send you the link you will use to login to the info session.

 

From student to collaborator: HyeonJin Yoon

by Julia Comnes '16 (journalism)

When HyeonJin Yoon was a teacher for struggling students in her native South Korea, she was faced with a problem: how could her school’s one-size-fits-all curriculum, designed for a single style of learning, possibly accommodate all of her student’s unique learning needs? She wanted to know how to figure out what a student’s particular needs were and the best way to teach for each of those needs.

Love brings us home (Oregon Quarterly)

The current issue of Oregon Quarterly features Jennifer Meyer from communication disorders and sciences, and the work of Early Childhood CARES, one of the COE's outreach units. For kids who are victims of abuse or come from families struggling with drug abuse, the work never stops.

UOTeach student Pod Cast

UOTeach master's student Ryan Brockey was one of four people interviewed on Oregon Public Broadcasting's "Think Out Loud" program.

Time to teach: Aimee Jones-Suematsu

by Julia Comnes '16 (journalism)

People often think that Aimee Jones-Suematsu wants to be a teacher because her mother is one. However, she says that’s not really the case.

“I think when I was a kid I always knew I wanted to teach,” she said. Her mother taught at Yujin Gakuen, a Japanese immersion school in Eugene, all of Jones-Suematsu’s life. She always encouraged her daughter to look into different career paths, like counseling or child services.

The first Dan Close scholar is ...

Josie Johnson is petite, gracious, and polite. She’s a good student—good enough to have received a Pathway Oregon scholarship and now the inaugural Dan Close Scholarship from the College of Education. It was not always this way.

Better together: Leah Barrera and Jackie Ochoa

by Erica Borowski '16 (journalism)

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