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LiveText 2014 Best Practices Webinar Series

Plan ahead and register for the upcoming webinar with Drs. Singer-Freeman, Linda Bastone and Joseph Skrivanek from Purchase College, SUNY as they present:

Using e-Portfolios to Stimulate Identity Change in Underrepresented Minority Community College Students
Wednesday, July 9 @ 1:00pm CT

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 This webinar is presented, free of charge, by LiveText. Space is limited, so reserve your spot today.

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Whole Brain Teaching Workshop

WBT Presentation 2A professional development workshop was recently provided by the Office of Field Experiences and Clinical Practice. The presenters were Ms. Shila Heeter, W.G. Nunn 4th grade teacher and Ms. Nicole Efird, spring semester teacher candidate of Ms. Heeter. The full day workshop on Whole Brain Teaching (WBT), addressed vital learning strategies for keeping children engaged in the classroom.
Visit www.wholebrainteaching.com for more information on WBT.

To learn about future professional development workshops, contact Ms. Jamie Bird, Director of Field Experiences and Clinical Practice

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Lynn Minor named Director of the Center for Program Accreditation and Curricular Innovation

Lynn MinorLynn Minor has been named the new COEHS Director of the Center for Program Accreditation and Curriculum Innovation (PACI). Lynn is a Professor of Early Childhood Education at Valdosta State University (VSU). She has been at VSU since 1999 and has served as a faculty member in the Department of Middle Grades and Secondary Education and the Department of Early Childhood and Special Education. She served as the co-coordinator of the B.S.Ed. in Early Childhood Education program for seven years, the Assistant Department Head for Early Childhood and Special Education for one year, and the Interim Department Head for Early Childhood and Special Education for three years. In 2011, she became the Director for Unit and Program Assessment for the College of Education. Prior to coming to VSU, Lynn taught in the public schools for 12 years.

Congratulations Lynn !

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