“A Morning of Exploring” UMW College of Education hosts the Superintendents’ Forum/Rappahannock Partnership for Professional Learning

Colleagues, we are looking forward to your joining us in the College of Education for “A Morning of Exploring.” The day is shaping up to provide opportunities to explore innovative projects and outreach activities that are underway in the College of Education and to explore your ideas, topics, and projects that would best support your work and that of our P-12 colleagues. Superintendents’ Forum Tentative Schedule We hope you will bring colleagues you think would both contribute to and benefit from this Forum/Professional Learning Opportunity.  Please RSVP to Ms. Anna Perdue aperdue2@umw.edu with numbers of attendees from your school/school division by Friday, November 8, 2013. We are excited to see you soon, mgc … [Read more...]

COE Special Education Program Secures Grant

The Special Education Program in the University of Mary Washington’s College of Education has secured a grant from the Virginia Department of Education.  The Special Education Teacher Support Grant supports provisionally licensed special educators (general curriculum) who are currently working in Superintendent regions 3 or 4 (Prince William, Fauquier, Culpeper, Spotsylvania, Stafford, Fredericksburg, Caroline, King George, and Westmoreland - for additional locations, please refer to this link http://www.doe.virginia.gov/directories/va_region_map.pdf).  Additionally, you must also be enrolled in a UMW licensure or degree program in Special Education – General Curriculum.  For further information, please contact Dr. Roberta Gentry at rgentry@umw.edu. … [Read more...]

Access the Spring Schedule via eagleGo

You can now access the Spring Schedule via eagleGo  for mobile devices and your computer.  It is device aware (it formats to fit the PC, iPad, phone) and allows users to search specific courses as well as look at the catalog of courses. Direct link to eagleGo --- https://banner.umw.edu/mobile/eaglego.html The class search only requires you to enter Term, then decide if you want to see Open, Closed, or All Sections. If authenticated, the user can also see limited personal information - Grades, Schedule, Degree information, Mailbox Assignments, Meal Plans, etc. REMINDER Advanced registration for courses begins October 28! … [Read more...]

Second Annual Hazel Hill Pumpkin Festival!

Dear UMW Students (and Friends), Do you need community hours for your class, organization or team? Need to relax after classes? What something fun to do before you go out on Halloween? Or just need to work on that good karma? We need your help with an incredible opportunity at the end of the month. On Halloween, Thursday, October 31st, we will be host our annual HAZEL HILL PUMPKIN FESTIVAL at the Hazel Hill Community Center for the children in the HungryBrains! at Hazel Hill after-school tutoring program. (There will be no tutoring that day). You can volunteer with games, set up or clean up and/or donate items for the festival. Anyone can help us! We need it! PLEASE pass this along to your friends, roommates, teammates, boyfriends, girlfriends and partners, etc. Make it a group effort! EVENT INFO Hazel Hill Community Center 100 Princess Anne St Thursday, October 31st, 2013 4pm-7pm Set up around 3:15 Clean up until around 7:30   PROPOSED ACTIVITIES … [Read more...]

Play Lab

Play Lab

The UMW Autism Clinic and Play Lab is a program run by the Graduate Special Education program at the University of Mary Washington’s College of Education. … [Read more...]

Inaugural Hattie M. Strong Foundation Scholars Selected

  I am delighted to announce our two inaugural Strong Scholars: Ms. Jacqueline Demko, Master of Education and Initial Licensure Candidate (post-bacc pathway)  in Visual Arts PreK-12 Ms. Hannah Kassebaum, Master of Education and Initial Licensure Candidate (5yr pathway) in Secondary English. Thank you everyone who participated in this process and enthusiastic congratulations to Jacqueline and Hannah. Sincerely, Mary Gendernalik-Cooper, Ph.D.   … [Read more...]

4th Annual Literacy Leadership Symposium

4th Annual Literacy Leadership Symposium: Reaching All Learners October 10, 2013   When: Thursday, October 10, 2013 Time: 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Where: University of Mary Washington, Stafford Campus, University Hall Featured Speakers Dr. Michael McKenna, University of Virginia Dr. Richard Long, International Reading Association Visit the Literacy Leadership Symposium Web site to Learn More … [Read more...]

Tutoring

Hungry Brains! at Hazel Hill (formerly Hazel Hill Homework Club) is seeking fall 2013 tutors. This program is an after-school tutoring program for diverse, low-income elementary and middle school students at the Section 8 Hazel Hill Apartments in downtown Fredericksburg, Virginia. The club is owned by the National Housing Trust and tutoring is organized through the College of Education at the University of Mary Washington. Tutoring takes place at the Hazel Hill Community Center (100 Princess Anne Street, Fredericksburg, Virginia) on Mondays - Thursdays from 4PM-6PM. We are also building a Friday after-school enrichment program with individual students. General Information about the Program: http://hazelhill.umwblogs.org/ Tutoring begins Monday, September 9th, 2013. If you are interested in tutoring, you should attend an information session. We are holding two information sessions next week. Monday, Sept. 2, 2013 at 5:00PM Trinkle Hall, Room B36 University of Mary … [Read more...]

Steps in Preparing for a Professional Teaching License: Post-Baccalaureate Pathways

In order to teach in Virginia, you must hold a valid teaching license.  A teaching license requires completion of  an approved teacher preparation program in the subject or field that you want to teach. Find out how the University of Mary Washington can help you take the steps to Prepare for a Professional Teaching License [Read More...] … [Read more...]

TeacherSpot

Welcome to the UMW Teacher Spot! This is an open source teacher community that provides free and open access to tools and resources such as learning and course materials, lecture videos, assessment tools, research, and other instructional materials. Ideas are freely available to practicing teachers. [Read More...] … [Read more...]