Post Tagged with: "College of Education & Human Development"

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Turn to teachers to lead

November 19, 2020 at

For teachers, professionalization never brought power — and it’s time to change that, historian Diana D’Amico Pawlewicz said in her UND Faculty Lecture

With COVID changing how area schools admit UND’s teacher education students, instructors have gotten creative in providing field experience opportunities for undergraduates in the College of Education & Human Development. Image: Evgeny Atamanenko/Shutterstock

How UND’s teachers-in-training navigate COVID-19

November 11, 2020 at

Students in ‘Methods and Materials’ class earn field experience through virtual collaborations, tutoring

Tuesday's University Council meeting highlighted University's achievements, legislative outcomes and the future of campus. Archival image.

UND Ph.D. Student Maylynn Warne selected for Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Health Policy Research Scholars Program

October 19, 2020 at

Multi-year fellowship supports Warne’s work with National Indigenous Elder Justice Initiative at UND Center for Rural Health

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Wanted: Volunteers for one of UND’s most important projects

September 29, 2020 at

The document that’ll help UND win reaccreditation needs drafting, and one of its authors could be you

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UND study points to cost-effective way to find elite athletes

September 3, 2020 at

Findings by Kinesiology graduate student, faculty show the high-level precision of affordable 3D body-scanning technology

Diana D’Amico Pawlewicz talks ‘Blaming Teachers’ with Randi Weingarten

Diana D’Amico Pawlewicz talks ‘Blaming Teachers’ with Randi Weingarten

September 3, 2020 at

New podcast from Politics and Prose Bookstore features UND author’s debut book, conversation with education labor leader

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Debuting a first-in-the-world program, and more videos from UND

September 1, 2020 at

Four videos from UND show world’s first Ph.D. program in Indigenous Health, construction updates, tips for screen time and state’s largest education college

UND's new logo for North Dakota Varsity Esports.

Game on: North Dakota Varsity Esports launches ‘First 50’ lineup

August 25, 2020 at

UND’s foray into esports finds footing through new logo, plans for activities across semester’s first 50 days

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Diana D’Amico Pawlewicz’s book traces history of ‘Blaming Teachers’

August 18, 2020 at

Professionalization elevated doctors and lawyers, but landed teachers on only the bottom rung of a K-12 bureaucracy ladder. D’Amico Pawlewicz’s book asks and answers, ‘Why?’

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Leaders in Action: Helping those in whose shoes he once was

June 23, 2020 at

Leaning on his personal experiences, doctoral student Joel Runnels champions deaf education and awareness

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How to be a better online teacher

May 7, 2020 at

Online course addressing online teaching techniques is College of Education & Human Development’s newest addition

Newly named Arts & Science Dean Brad Rundquist recently took over the College from former dean, Debbie Storrs, who was named UND Senior Vice Provost. Photo by Jackie Lorentz/UND Today.

OK, Zoomer: How UND uses Zoom, other technologies to keep in touch

April 28, 2020 at

Across UND, virtual forums are the new social spaces and places to make connections

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UND Esports brings gaming to the classroom

April 23, 2020 at

UND’s venture into gaming looks toward academic and research opportunities alongside competition

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Money-saving program for students passes $10 million milestone

April 21, 2020 at

Open-access learning materials have saved students millions as UND ramps up OER research, advocacy

Tuesday's University Council meeting highlighted University's achievements, legislative outcomes and the future of campus. Archival image.

UND’s student teachers help K-12 classrooms move online

April 14, 2020 at

Most of UND’s teachers in training have continued their classroom placements remotely amid COVID-19 pandemic