A Friday (April 27) Green Bay Press-Gazette story on closing the achievement gap in Wisconsin features our own Juliet Cole, associate director of the Institute for Learning Partnership. Cole was among area educators, administrators and Education majors who attended Thursday’s CREATE Wisconsin conference at the Radisson Hotel & Conference Center. CREATE — Culturally Responsive Education for All: […]
Seen in Wednesday’s Log Extra, but worth repeating here: Our own Professional Program in Education was well represented once again at this year’s Golden Apple teaching awards, held last week and televised live. Three of the honorees in seven categories have UW-Green Bay ties — two are mid 2000s alumni and one is a certificate […]
As noted in the news release, this month’s visit represents a deepening of ties between the Peruvian university and UW-Green since the schools’ leaders signed a partnership agreement in 2009. Among the collaborations: Prof. Diana Miranda Ynga and Prof. Steven Kimball, Education, are completing a series of bilingual books for young readers. With text in […]
A five-person delegation from the Universidad Nacional de Tumbes in Tumbes, Peru, will arrive in Green Bay this Saturday afternoon (April 14) to begin a two-week stay hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.
We recently brought you the sad news that Prof. Emerita Sandra M. Stokes passed away March 26, following a long and courageous battle with cancer. A visitation has been scheduled for 9-11 a.m. Saturday, April 14, with a memorial service to follow at 11 a.m. at St. Anne’s Episcopal Church, 347 Libal St., De Pere. […]
The family of Sandra M. Stokes, professor emerita of Education and Women’s Studies, has informed the University that she passed away Monday, March 26, after a long and courageous battle with cancer. Arrangements for a memorial service are pending, and will be announced in the Green Bay Press-Gazette. Stokes joined the UW-Green Bay faculty in […]
Denmark High School art teacher Candice (Kaiser) Boutelle is a relatively new graduate of UW-Green Bay (Class of 2006.) The other day, she brought more than two dozen students with her on a field trip to make art in the Studio Arts Building studios with faculty members Jennifer Mokren and Minkyu Lee. It looks like […]
Scott Ashmann, associate professor in the Education Program, recently had an article published in Science Scope, the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) journal for middle school science teachers. His article, “A Sun-Earth-Moon Activity to Develop Student Understanding of Lunar Phases and Frames of Reference,” is currently the most popular journal article being downloaded at the […]
UW-Green Bay is helping current and future educators learn more about the history, culture, sovereignty and contemporary issues of American Indians, helping them learn so they can also teach.
It has been a high-visibility month for First Nations Studies, as well as the program’s partnership with the Professional Program in Education promoting better cultural fluency among future teachers. The January newsletter of the Institute for Learning Partnership zeroes in on the Center for First Nation Studies and the interaction between tribal elders and UW-Green […]