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Five weeks into the School of Education’s Heart Healthy and Physically Fit Walking Challenge, the SAFE Office is still maintaining a narrow lead from week to week. However, the Leadership and Secondary Education teams have thrown the Office of the Dean out of top three!
The SAFE Office brought in a weekly team average steps per week of 82,696. Leadership took a very close second place with an average steps per week of 80,495. The Secondary Education team came in third place with an average 76,077 steps [Read More…]
In week four of the UM School of Education’s Heart Healthy and Physically Fit Walking Challenge, the Student Advising and Field Experience, or SAFE, Office led the rest for the third week in a row!
The SAFE office brought in an impressive average of 83,346 steps per week, while the Office of the Dean came in second yet a third time with an weekly average of 77,256 steps per week. [Read More…]
Nine University of Mississippi education students gained a multicultural perspective on education during a weeklong study abroad experience to Ireland in March.
The group of graduate students and assistant professor Dr. Susan Bennett traveled to Dublin on March 6 where they stayed in dormitories at St. Patrick’s College in the nearby community of Maynooth.
“It was very interesting because the educational experiences are so different than ours,” said Emmie Angel, [Read More…]
Following the UM School of Education’s record-sized Rebel Road Trip in January, SOE and AmeriCorps VISTA workers have co-sponsored, Youth Opportunities Unlimited (YOU) in Lambert, with the donation of books as the organization prepares to take 55 children on a similar field trip to Birmingham on February 27 and 28.
The YOU organization—which provides after school programs for children in high poverty areas—will follow a similar itinerary to the SOE’s trip. The group will visit the 16th Street Baptist Church, Birmingham [Read More…]
Ole Miss teacher candidates and more than 1,000 children at Lafayette County Elementary School had the chance to experience geography in a new and exciting way on February 24 and 25 with the arrival of the National Geographic Society’s Giant Traveling Map of South America.
The map, which measures 35 feet by 26 feet, is currently touring Mississippi and will visit Carroll County Schools on Wednesday and Strayhorn Elementary School in DeSoto County on Thursday where UM DeSoto [Read More…]