See Live: The Relentless Principal, Hamish Brewer

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Principal Hamish Brewer is coming to UMW! With almost 24 million views on his "The Relentless Principal" Freethink video, national award winning Principal Hamish Brewer is disrupting public education in Virginia. Come see him at UMW! Watch the Viral Video: http://www.freethinkmedia.com/shows/culture/video/the-relentless-principal/ Watch Live Online UPDATE: Unfortunately, we are not going to be able to stream this event. Contact Info: Dr. Broome at jbroome@umw.edu Principal Brewer's Biography Hamish Brewer, a tattooed, skateboarding principal in Northern Virginia isn’t your normal principal. Hamish is high octane, constantly calling on his students to “Be Relentless". Mr. Brewer has become known as an educational disrupter who transcends the status quo and typical educational norms. This style has earned Mr. Brewer recognition such as the NAESP Nationally Distinguished Principal, the VAESP School Bell Award, and ASCD Virginia Impact Award. Mr. Brewer is … [Read more...]

ACCEPTING SUMMER/FALL 2017 APPLICATIONS

The College of Education is accepting applications for Summer and Fall 2017 Ready to Apply? See links for instructions, requirements, deadlines and applications! 5-Year Programs - General Deadline: Accepting Applications Application Process: http://education.umw.edu/admissions/undergraduate-admissions/ 5-Year Programs - Transfer Student Deadline: Accepting Applications Application Process: http://education.umw.edu/admissions/transfer-admissions/ Graduate Programs: Accepting Applications Application Process: http://education.umw.edu/admissions/graduate-admissions-2 Questions? Email  Dr. John Broome, jbroome@umw.edu … [Read more...]

Dr. Gloria Ladson-Billings, 2017 Educator in Residence

College of Education's 2017 Educator in Residence Lecture Gloria Ladson-Billings, PhD University of Wisconsin-Madison Hip Hop, Hip Hope: The (R)Evolution of Culturally Relevant Pedagogy April 6th, 2017 Digital Auditorium, Hurley Convergence Center 3:30PM-4:30PM Light Refreshments to Follow Dr. Ladon-Billings Biography Gloria Ladson-Billings is the Kellner Family Distinguished Professor in Urban Education in the Department of Curriculum & Instruction and is Faculty Affiliate in the Departments of Educational Policy Studies, Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis and Afro American Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is the President-Elect of the National Academy of Education. She was the 2005-2006 president of the American Educational Research Association. Ladson-Billings’ research examines the pedagogical practices of teachers who are successful with African American students. She also investigates Critical Race Theory applications to … [Read more...]

WANT TO TEACH? – PROGRAM INFO SESSIONS

Five-Year Programs Tuesday, Feb. 23rd @ 5:00pm, Trinkle Hall 104, Fredericksburg Campus Wednesday, March 23rd @ 5:00pm, Trinkle Hall 104, Fredericksburg Campus Questions? Email Dr. John Broome, jbroome@umw.edu … [Read more...]

Accepting Spring 2017 Applications

The College of Education is now accepting applications for Spring 2017 Ready to Apply? Undergraduate General Deadline: Accepting Applications Application Process: http://education.umw.edu/admissions/undergraduate-admissions/ Transfer Student Deadline: Accepting Applications Application Process: http://education.umw.edu/admissions/transfer-admissions/ Graduate Deadline: Accepting Applications Application Process: http://education.umw.edu/admissions/graduate-admissions-2 Important Policy Change: Priority acceptance will be given to students who have passed qualifying exams. Students can be admitted to EDUC 203 or EDUC 204 without these scores but will not be officially admitted into the College of Education, and cannot proceed beyond the first course, until they submit passing scores. Deadlines: Turn paper application into Anna Perdue, Office Manager, Trinkle Hall, Room 213  Late applications will be accepted on a space available basis. TURN IN THE APPLICATION EVEN IF YOU HAVE … [Read more...]

Two UMW/COE Scholarships – DEADLINE 8/22/16

We have two significant scholarships due soon. They are open to ONLY  5-year or Post-Baccalaureate students who will be doing their Internship this coming Academic Year 2016-2017. The deadline for applications for both of these scholarships is Monday, August 22 at 10:00 am by email to Dean Nina at nmik@umw.edu   Students who have an interest and are eligible may apply for both scholarships. UKROP FELLOWSHIP: The Ukrop Fellows Initiative provides financial support to initial licensure candidates (Post-baccalaureate and 5th Year Pathway M.Ed. and M.S. programs) who are completing their final year of preparation including their full-time internship semester, and who are committed to developing their teaching careers in the Richmond City Schools.  Each fellowship provides financial support up to $9000 per Fellow for tuition, fees and related expenses to complete their practica and internship in the Richmond City Schools.  Specific school/mentor assignments will be made through the … [Read more...]

NEW STUDENT OPEN HOUSE – Join Us Friday, Aug. 26th!

Are you an Incoming UMW Freshmen or New Student? Join us! ARE YOU INTERESTED IN BECOMING A TEACHER? Meet professors, current students, and recent graduates teaching in VA schools! Come to the College of Education Open House This Friday, August 26, 2016 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. 223 Trinkle Hall Light refreshments will be served. Free COE giveaways to early arrivals! HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR, SENIORS OR TRANSFER STUDENT? Register for a 2016-2017 UMW Open House and Check out the College!  They are offered throughout the year! Click here: Open Houses … [Read more...]

ACCEPTING FALL 2016 APPLICATIONS

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The College of Education is now accepting applications for Fall 2016. Ready to Apply? Undergraduate General Deadline: Closed Application Process: http://education.umw.edu/admissions/undergraduate-admissions/ Transfer Student Deadline: Closed Application Process: http://education.umw.edu/admissions/transfer-admissions/ Graduate Deadline: Accepting Applications Application Process: http://education.umw.edu/admissions/graduate-admissions-2 Important Policy Change: Priority acceptance will be given to students who have passed qualifying exams. Students can be admitted to EDUC 203 or EDUC 204 without these scores but will not be officially admitted into the College of Education, and cannot proceed beyond the first course, until they submit passing scores. Deadlines: Turn paper application into Anna Perdue, Office Manager, Trinkle Hall, Room 213 by August 12th, 2016. Late applications will be accepted on a space available basis. TURN IN THE APPLICATION BY THE DEADLINE EVEN IF … [Read more...]

WANT TO TEACH? – PROGRAM INFO SESSIONS

5-Year Undergraduate-Graduate Programs Tuesday, Feb. 23 @ 5:00pm, Trinkle Hall 204, Fredericksburg Campus Wednesday, March 9 @ 5:00pm, Trinkle Hall 204, Fredericksburg Campus Questions? Email Dr. John Broome, jbroome@umw.edu   Graduate Initial Licensure and Advanced Endorsements Thursday, Feb. 18th @ 6:00pm, Gates Hudson Building, University Hall (formerly Stafford North) Monday, April 18th @ 6:00pm, Gates Hudson Building, University Hall (formerly Stafford North) Questions? Email Dr. Jane Huffman, jhuffma2@umw.edu … [Read more...]

Great Hearts- Interest Meeting

Great Hearts Teacher Recruitment

Laura Birdwell, the teacher recruitment officer for Great Hearts Academies in Arizona and Texas will be visiting campus to speak with students who are considering careers in teaching (Nov. 11th, 6pm, Lee Hall 412). Great Hearts is a chartered public primary and secondary institution with 22 schools in AZ and 3 in TX which offers a classical curriculum. Students begin taking Latin early (in some schools as early as kindergarten!) and have the option of taking ancient Greek or a modern European language in high school. The school is secular; all students wear uniforms; they read Plato from an early age. The current waitlist is 13,000 students. Great Hearts is looking for highly qualified teachers who have strong liberal arts degrees. … [Read more...]