Tag: Warner School of Education

East High students lay out wishes for future

East High students lay out wishes for future

September 24, 2014

There will be plenty of changes at East High School next year, when the University of Rochester takes charge — important enhancements in structure, curriculum and social support that experts at the Warner School of Education believe will help improve performance at the troubled school.

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Warner School professor promotes understanding of psychopathology

Warner School professor promotes understanding of psychopathology

September 12, 2014

A new book, co-authored by Andre Marquis, associate professor of counseling and human development, closely examines the causes of, and treatments for, mental health disorders from various psychological and social perspectives.

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East High ready for change

East High ready for change

September 2, 2014

Cathy Smith taught special education at East High School for 13 years and is more than familiar with the challenges it faces. “I told myself that if East came up because of the whole University of Rochester thing, I’d want back in,” she said. “I’m committed to the city and the students, but what we’re doing is not working. So why not be part of something innovative?”

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River, lake serve as summertime classrooms

River, lake serve as summertime classrooms

August 4, 2014

Last week was an opportunity to get hands dirty – for Rochester teenagers, mucking around in the Genesee River, and for the beginner University of Rochester graduate teaching students who brought them there.

Both participated in a program called Get Real!, where science teachers in training at the UR Warner School of Education paired with summer students ages 12 to 15.

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New book explores role of applied linguistics in STEM education

New book explores role of applied linguistics in STEM education

July 30, 2014

Warner School of Education professor Mary Jane Curry has co-edited a collection of studies and projects from researchers and professionals, offering new perspectives on how language and literacy can help facilitate and innovate various aspects of science, technology, and math education.

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Special meeting to be held on Wednesday to review education plan for East High School

Special meeting to be held on Wednesday to review education plan for East High School

July 28, 2014

A special board meeting will be held on Wednesday to review the education plan for this upcoming school year for East High School.

The meeting is being held to enable board members to review and discuss the plan for East High School prior to its submission to the New York State Education Department. The state is requiring the district to submit the plan by Thursday July 31.

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Why building relationships is vital in school reform

Why building relationships is vital in school reform

July 16, 2014

? The authors of the following post, Kara S. Finnigan and Alan J. Daly, explain research they have done that underscores the importance of the relational element in reform, and they draw on social network research as a way to highlight the importance of relationships as conduits through which valued resources flow and can bring about system wide change.

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UR, city school district submit East High proposal

UR, city school district submit East High proposal

July 1, 2014

If it is approved by the New York State Education Department, as expected, the plan will put Rochester’s largest university and employer in charge of the city’s largest high school. Warner School of Education professor Steve Uebbing, the former superintendent of Canandaigua Central School District, would have ultimate responsibility.

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‘The end of the beginning': A plan to save East High School

‘The end of the beginning': A plan to save East High School

June 30, 2014

At the request of the Rochester City School Board, the University has submitted a plan intended to administer East High School, the largest high school in Rochester which is on the verge of being closed by the State because of inadequate performance.

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Warner School professor awarded Fulbright scholar grant

Warner School professor awarded Fulbright scholar grant

June 23, 2014

Associate professor Martin Lynch has been awarded a Fulbright Scholar grant to teach and conduct research in Russia. Lynch will conduct research on the beliefs of local childcare and child development experts on what is needed to help children develop and thrive in psychologically and emotionally healthy ways.

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