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News Faculty Of Education

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Inspiring children aged 3-7 and Stimulating Story Writing! Inspiring children aged 7-11 are two new professional books that have been written by Dr. Simon Brownhill, a Senior Teaching Associate in the Faculty of Education. The books are 

News|eecs At Berkeley

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A digital award will be issued in the name of the authors and are invited to submit an extended article version to one of the IARIA (International Academy, Research and Industry Association) Journals. September 2 ______. Research on .. Google has selected the UC Berkeley EECS department as one of six recipients of its new Computer Science Capacity Award, which provides generous support for expanding undergraduate computer science education. Profs. Armando Fox, Björn 

Us Department Of Education Launches Campaign To...

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The U.S. Department of Education announced today the launch of #GoOpen, a campaign to encourage states, school districts and educators to use openly licensed educational materials. As part of the After the proposed policy is published in the Federal Register, members of the public can submit comments for thirty days at regulations. A group of #GoOpen Ambassador Districts have committed to help other school districts move to openly licensed materials.

Education Department Newsletter, October 16, 2015

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New □ SR Education Group Scholarship: SR Education Group, an online education publisher, is offering a new scholarship opportunity for Augsburg College graduate students. The scholarship award is $5,000, to be given away four times a year. Submitting news to Augsburg: To the Education Department News: Send your news to Joseph Erickson at C.B. 312 or erickson-AT-augsburg.edu. To the Augsburg Now published by the Augsburg College Office of Public 

News & Features

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While the topic of immigration is always relevant, the recent enactment of new immigration laws in Arizona and the surrounding protests, debates, and legal battles, have once again thrust this ongoing theme into the Unfortunately, the discussions surrounding this and other immigration-related news stories tend towards simplified understandings of immigration and the immigrant experience, and often portray immigrants and their Essay submission information:

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If you would like to receive TERENA and Community news and features directly via email, please subscribe to the news list by submitting this form. Together with Europe's National Research and Education Networks (NRENs), GÉANT has a long history of meeting the diverse needs of a European research and education community that includes organisations such as CERN, the GÉANT community working group​s initiate DDoS focused security collaboration.

Action To Address The Top 3 Teacher Workload Issues

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Nicky Morgan announces the chairs and members of 3 new workload review groups. Work to address some of the biggest concerns raised by teachers through the government's workload challenge is gathering pace, Education Secretary Nicky Morgan announced today (2 October 2015). Thousands of teachers Following this, in February, a series of commitments were published designed to help tackle the root causes of unnecessary workload. Building on this 


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The Purdue Career Advising Council (Colleen Brown, Kaletra Dispennett, Jennifer Fecher, and Brooke Lin) for winning the NACADA “Best in Region V” presentation; Colleen Brown, Exploratory Studies, for her “Outstanding New Advisor Award” from PACADA and NACADA; Rosemary Ricci, College Sandy Monroe and a small group of advisors recently met with Lesa Beals and Frank Blalark of the Registrar's office to discuss strategies for communicating the new policy to students.

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