The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
School of Education - Teacher Education and Higher Education

1st Annual Higher Education Doctoral Colloquium – April 16th

March 17th, 2014

Leadership-Equity-Social Justice


April 16th 2014



Dr. Ralph Soney, V.P.

Corporate and Continuing Learning

GTCC & Former President of Roanoke-Chowan CC


“The role of governance in creating equity and diversity in times of uncertainty”



SOE RM 401

Student Presenters

Keonte Coleman

Brandon Johnson

Jenny Jones

Melissa Jordan

Chris O’Conner

Derek Oxendine

Refreshment Sponsors


FREE & Open To the Public

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Constructive curriculum

February 11th, 2014

The Engineering is Elementary Seed Leadership Project, funded by the Museum of Science, Boston (MoS) and led by Dr. Heidi Carlone, is a partnership between UNCG, Guilford County Schools, and Chatham County Schools. Last summer, fourth- and fifth-grade teachers engaged in professional development to learn about Engineering is Elementary (EiE), a curriculum by the MoS that engages elementary children in a wide range of engineering tasks, with real-world challenges and authentic integration with mathematics, science, literacy, and social studies. The teachers, mostly from existing Title 1 PDS schools for our elementary education program, implemented an EiE unit in the Fall 2013, and Carlone and her research team studied the implementation.

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Triad Teacher Researchers Conference

February 5th, 2014

Conference: April 30, 2014

Proposals due: February 17, 2014

The Triad Teacher Researchers is a network of teachers dedicated to thoughtful teaching and learning.

We began as a group of four teachers who were looking for a supportive network of teacher researchers in the Triad area with the goal of impacting teacher and student learning through research. Our hope is to increase dialogue in central North Carolina about teacher research, create a community of supportive, passionate teachers, and to contribute to the professional body of knowledge about teaching and learning.

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Young Writers’ Camp

February 3rd, 2014

UNCG Young Writers’ Camp This two-week camp, in its third year, is for students in grades 3-12. It will be offered July 14-July 25, 2014, in the UNCG School of Education Building. Campers will create 21st century texts using digital tools such as storyboarding, blogging, and movie-making during this two-week camp experience. The camp introduces young writers to the writing process, unlocks strategies of professional writers, and supports a variety of writing styles.

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Young Writer's Camp

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