Teachers and substitute teachers- join us Wed. 3/30 for a job fair!
Sixteen local schools and organizations will be there recruiting teachers and substitutes.
Find more info and pre-register here: https://www.esceasternohio.org/CalendarWeekView.aspx?eventID=385
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Teachers and substitute teachers- join us Wed. 3/30 for a job fair!
Special Education Recruitment Video There is not only a teacher shortage but a decline in the number of people pursuing a career in the field of special education. This is a HUGE concern that w...
The YSEA Meeting has been CANCELLED for Wednesday, November 20th at 3:30 pm. We hope to reschedule Dr. Pettitt for next semester.
BCOE Educator January 2018 ❄🐧
Youngstown State University College of Graduate Studies
I am interviewing Cameron Carter, one of NCTE Village's Elementary Lead Ambassadors.
We are talking about the importance of professional development, our favorite educational twitter hashtags, AND Cameron's top tips from this year's NCTE 2017 Conference.
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Cameron Carter Elementary Lead Ambassador for NCTE
A video to connect with pre-service teachers and educators at Youngstown State University. I will be presenting a session at the Professional Development day...
Clifford was spotted at the YSEA Book Fair today in BCOE room 2101. Stop in tomorrow or Wednesday to check out the large selection of books available.
The goal of the Ohio Deans Compact on Exceptional Children - Ohio Deans Compact on Exceptional Children
First Multi-institution Collaborative Approved to Increase Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments in Ohio
August 8, 2017. The Ohio Deans Compact on Exceptional Children announces the approval of the first multi-institution preparation program designed to increase the number of teachers of students with visual impairments (TVIs) in Ohio. Portsmouth-based Shawnee State University, which serves as the lead institution for the new TVI program, will collaborate with four other partner institutions of higher education – Kent State University, Mount Vernon Nazarene University, University of Rio Grande, and Youngstown State University. All five institutions are working together to provide a common on-line curriculum leading to TVI licensure.
The program – called the TVI Consortium – is part of the work of the Low Incidence Sensory Disability Collaborative initiated through the Deans Compact with support and leadership from the Ohio Department of Education and the Ohio Department of Higher Education.
The four-semester program, designed as a post-baccalaureate licensure only program, is open to individuals who hold a standard teaching license and/or an intervention specialist license in an area other than VI. Teachers are currently being recruited for a fall 2017 start; they will progress through the curriculum as a cohort.
Nationally, programs for students with visual impairment and other low incidence sensory disabilities (e.g., hearing impairment, deafblindness) are closing due to high costs. But students with low incidence sensory disabilities still need expert teachers. In Ohio, the TVI Consortium will provide these students with expert teachers in the near future. The Consortium will combat severe shortages of LISD providers across large areas of the state and, in particular, Ohio’s rural south and southeastern counties. The new on-line, shared licensure program will allow teachers to remain in their local communities while becoming TVIs.
Dr. Paul Madden, Dean of Shawnee State University’s College of Professional Studies, was instrumental in assuming a lead role in the development of the LISD Collaborative. He explains: “Shawnee State University is committed to being part of the solution of addressing the needs students in the southern and southeastern region of the state and, in fact, the entire state through our active engagement with colleagues in P12 schools, agencies, and in other institutions that are looking for new ways to approach the learning needs of students and the preparation and support of educators to meet these needs.”
For more information about the TVI Consortium, contact Karen Koehler, PhD, Faculty Lead, Shawnee State University, at [email protected]. For more information about the Ohio Deans Compact, contact Deborah Telfer, PhD, Director, University of Cincinnati Systems Development & Improvement Center, at [email protected] or visit the Compact website at www.ohiodeanscompact.org.
ohiodeanscompact.org The Compact promotes shared understanding and collective action to improve learning and results for all children, especially those from marginalized groups (e.g., students with disabilities, students who are economically disadvantaged).
Campbell City Schools Welcome Two New Administrators for 2017-2018 School Year
campbell.k12.oh.us Campbell City Schools is excited to announce the addition of Kristin Fox and Brian Nichols to the Administrative team for the 2017-2018 School Year. Nichols will serve as Assistant Principal at Campbell Memorial High School and Fox will assume the role of Assistant Principal for grades 4-7 and assis...
Reading and Study Skills Center | Youngstown State University
TALENTED SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS NEEDED
Apply to be a Reading & Study Skills Center
in Fall 2016/Spring 2017!
Peer Tutors must:
• be at least a sophomore with a 3.0 or higher G.P.A.
• have excellent communication skills
• enjoy working with small groups of students
• complete paid mandatory online training late Summer followed by paid on-campus training sessions August 9 & 11.
Hard copy applications must be receive by Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Online applications can be completed until Wednesday, June 8
GROUP INTERVIEWS held June 14 and 15.
HOW TO APPLY:
1) Hard copy applications available at R&SS Center (154 Maag Library, lower level);
2) online submission via our website: cms.ysu.edu/rdgstudyskills
(click on Student Employment to access the application);
or 3) by e-mailing request to [email protected].
cms.ysu.edu The Reading and Study Skills (R&SS) Center is an academic as well as a service-oriented division of the Department of Counseling, Special Education & School Psychology in the Beeghly College of Education at Youngstown State University. The staff, instructors, and Peer Tutors in the Reading and Study...
How to help autistic students succeed at university
theguardian.com Campus life can be particularly challenging for those with autism, but there are simple steps academics can take to reduce anxiety and confusion
TEMC 3702 Selfie - "In honor of Dr. Ojose last class at Youngstown State, we decided to take a selfie. Since he is moving onto another chapter in his life I would like to recognize him on his outstanding teaching."
Careers of ed students: Are they working in education?
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brookings.edu How many education majors actually end up working in the education field? Dick Startz analyzes recent data to answer this question.
2016-2017 YSU Student Government Elections
Presented by: Student Government Association
4/6/2016 – 4/7/2016
Voting polls open at 10:00 AM on Wednesday, April 6, 2016 for the 2016-2017 SGA Election and will remain open through 5:00 PM on Thursday, April 7, 2016. Currently enrolled YSU students are eligible to vote in the election and may access the poll at any point during this timeframe via the MyYSU Portal:
1. Log into the YSU Portal
2. Under e-Services for Students - Click on "Student Organizations"
3. A new tab will appear - and on the Home screen scroll down to Polls (on the right hand side of your screen)
4. Follow the instructions to cast your vote and click "SUBMIT"
5. You will only be able to vote one time
For more information, contact members of the Elections Board: Joe Lamping, co-chair – [email protected]; Taylor Phillips, co-chair – [email protected]; Jordan Edgell – [email protected]; Fiona Kelly – [email protected]; Jim Tancabel – [email protected]; Dr. Karen Becker, advisor – [email protected]
Project Learning Around the World:: Home
Trip to South Africa 2016
YSU Graduate students and Seniors
An educational trip to South Africa is planned for May 4th -21st 2016. We will visit Johannesburg, Pretoria, Knysna, the Indian Ocean, and the Krueger National Park while in South Africa.
Our primary mission will be to participate in Project Learning Around the World which is a 501 3c charity www.platw.org (please view videos 2011 and 2014 for overview of trip). We will spend a few days visiting various schools and having an opportunity to see the townships and how people live. The trip is also a cultural educational experience and you will each engage in many cultural opportunities.
The trip is intense, from a travel stand point, as we are constantly on the go observing, viewing, and participating. The trip is sponsored by YSU and therefore students must register for the 3 semester hour summer graduate course. If you are an undergraduate student, you must have completed a minimum of 90 semester hours or have Senior status. You will need to get a special form from the graduate school into order to take a graduate course.
The cost is $3,870.00 which will include: airfare to South Africa, airfare within South Africa, the van and car rental, gas, tolls, all accommodations, visit to Krueger park and some of the food cost, malaria pills, and most educational activities, but not all. This is not an all-inclusive trip. You will need to bring money for some lunches and dinners out plus souvenirs. The cost of the 3 hour graduate course is separate from the above fee.
The cost of the trip is estimated due to the fluctuation in airfare costs and the rand to USD exchange rates. I was able to obtain a great rand exchange for Kruger National Park and so have booked this in advance. Go to: www.perfectafrica.com and search Kruger National Park.
Maximum Enrollment: 9
If interested please e-mail me at:
Organizational meeting will be held early in September
I promise you this is a trip of a lifetime Audrey E. Ellenwood, Ph.D. , Adjunct Professor and Director Project Learning Around the World Director
platw.org Donate money and/or educational supplies for needy township children in South Africa, many infected with AIDS.
IMPORTANT UPCOMING DATES
Paid peer tutoring opportunity for fall.
Tomorrow is the last day we are accepting applications to participate in Read Across America. If you know any children that might be interested, please get their application to me no later than tomorrow so I can submit the t-shirt order.
Congratulations to Gail Saunders-Smith, whose proposal to the Ronald MacDonald Foundation of Youngstown was approved for $4,000 to be used to cover the cost of supplies for a 2-week reading camp planned for next summer.
Counseling wins Innovative Program Award | YSU News Center
ysunews.com Counseling wins Innovative Program Award News BriefsNovember 14, 2014 A+ A- Email Print Faculty and staff in the Counseling Program in the Department of Counseling, Special Education and School Psychology are, from the left, Administrative Assistant Cindy Sarnowski, Professor Don Martin, Assistant P…
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