Warner School of Education



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Calendar

5/6/2015
Wednesday Lunch Hour - The Rochester Model of Philanthropy and Engagement

5/7/2015
Career Services - Alternative Careers for Teachers

5/11/2015
Warner School Orientation

5/16/2015
Warner School Commencement

6/5/2015
Writing Critiques and Literature Reviews

7/6/2015
Genesee Valley Writing Project Modified Invitational Summer Institute

7/11/2015
Writing Workshop - Constructing an Argument in Academic Writing

8/16/2015
Orientation for New International Warner School Students

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News at Warner

  • Horizons at Warner Participates in Horizons National Giving Day on May 20th
  • Horizons at Warner Participates in Horizons National Giving Day on May 20th

    Horizons at Warner will participate in Horizons Giving Day, a national effort on May 20, 2015 with a single goal: to raise $1 million to expand existing Horizons programs and bring Horizons to more communities and families nationwide. The Horizons at Warner summer enrichment program will engage in a competitive, yet friendly, race to raise funds online and in person with 40 Horizons affiliates nationwide.

  • New Master’s in Online Teaching and Learning Offered
  • New Master’s in Online Teaching and Learning Offered

    A new master’s degree in online teaching and learning has been approved. The program will prepare qualified instructors to teach effectively in online spaces in higher education, K-12 education, and other contexts. The next application deadline is June 15.

  • EVENT: Film Screenings, Discussion Promote the Inclusion of Students with Intellectual Disabilities in Higher Ed
  • EVENT: Film Screenings, Discussion Promote the Inclusion of Students with Intellectual Disabilities in Higher Ed

    A public screening of films promoting and cultivating inclusivity on college campuses will be presented as part of WXXI’s MOVE TO INCLUDE initiative on Mon., May 4 at 6:30 p.m. at the Little Theatre. The free event will feature the experiences of college students with intellectual disabilities through the free showings of the national film Rethinking College and the new local micro-documentary film series The Opportunity Project, followed by a panel discussion.

  • East High Science STARS Named Fast Forward Film Festival Finalist
  • East High Science STARS Named Fast Forward Film Festival Finalist

    The 2015 Fast Forward Film Festival, scheduled to take place April 17-18, will be the first of its kind. It will highlight up-and-coming and veteran filmmakers whose films have a local environment focus in Rochester. Selected from nearly 100 film submissions, the Science STARS’ film Changes will be screened at The Little Theatre on Fri., Apr. 17 and at the George Eastman House on Sat., Apr. 18 for the Festival Gala.

  • Former, Current Warner School Researchers Publish Book to Help Support the Educational Needs of Rochester’s Latina/o Students
  • Former, Current Warner School Researchers Publish Book to Help Support the Educational Needs of Rochester’s Latina/o Students

    A new book by former Warner School faculty members Donna Marie Harris and Judy Marquez Kiyama aims to address the immediate and persistent educational challenges confronted by Latina/o students in Rochester. Warner School Associate Professor Nancy Ares, alumni Sandra Quiñones '97 (BA), '98W (MS), '12W (PhD) and Amalia Dache-Gerbino '14W (PhD), current doctoral students Thomas Noel Jr. and Vicki T. Sapp, and RCSD Superintendent Bolgen Vargas have contributed chapters in The Plight of Invisibility.


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