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  • Summer Reading Programs Work Best When Kids Choose the Books
  • Summer Reading Programs Work Best When Kids Choose the Books

    A study, conducted in kindergarten, first-, and second-grade classrooms in the Rochester City School District, showed that students who were allowed to choose their own summer reading saw lower levels of literacy loss over the summer months. Warner School Professor Carol St. George and master's students studying reading and literacies at Warner helped to implement the study along with Erin Kelly, the study's lead researcher and a fourth-year resident in the Medicine-Pediatrics program.

  • Warner Celebrates 160 Graduates During 2015 Commencement
  • Warner Celebrates 160 Graduates During 2015 Commencement

    The Warner School of Education held its annual commencement ceremony on May 16 at Kodak Hall in Eastman Theatre. More than 160 students marked educational milestones on Saturday as they received their graduate degrees.

  • Nurturing Children’s Natural Love of Learning Through Online Technology
  • Nurturing Children’s Natural Love of Learning Through Online Technology

    Ella Wan, a graduate student in teaching and curriculum and the certificate in online teaching program at the Warner School, has been part of a digital revolution in K-12 education. As part of her internship this semester, Wan redesigned and converted The Strong National Museum of Play's traditional Butterfly Garden Program lessons into an online format that she then taught remotely from the museum to first-grade students at East Irondequoit Helendale Road Primary School. 

  • 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.

Other News

4/07/2015 EVENT: Film Screenings, Discussion Promote the Inclusion of Students with Intellectual Disabilities in Higher Ed
4/07/2015 East High Science STARS Named Fast Forward Film Festival Finalist
4/01/2015 Former, Current Warner School Researchers Publish Book to Help Support the Educational Needs of Rochester’s Latina/o Students
4/01/2015 Genesee Valley Writing Project Seeks Teachers for 2015 Summer Institute
3/25/2015 Study of HIV Prevention Among Adolescent Black Males Gets Support from UR’s CFAR Program
3/23/2015 Curry to Co-Edit New Book Series on Knowledge Production
3/17/2015 UR Warner School Professor, Alumnus Honored with Guest Editor Post for Environmental Education Journal
3/16/2015 Marlene Blocker and Anibal Soler Appointed Principals of East High School
3/02/2015 Study Shows Teacher Candidates Lack a Clear Understanding of edTPA
2/23/2015 University of Rochester Teacher Education Graduates Achieve 100 Percent Pass Rate on Tougher Teacher Certification Exams
2/20/2015 Larson Coauthors Second Edition of Book on Literacy Theory and Classroom Practice
2/13/2015 EVENT: UR Warner School Hosts “WHY TEACH?” Event
2/12/2015 EPO Partnership for East High Receives Final State Approval
1/29/2015 Horizons, Grassroots Partner to Teach Students About Environmental Stewardship
1/29/2015 Shaun Nelms Named Deputy Superintendent of East High School
1/28/2015 New Micro-Documentary Series Shines Spotlight on Disability in Higher Ed
1/26/2015 Warner Doctoral Candidate Kristin Hocker Honored as a 2015 Presidential Diversity Award Recipient
1/26/2015 Professor Lucia French Retires After 32 Years with Warner
1/22/2015 EVENT: University of Rochester to Host Family Information Sessions for East High School
1/09/2015 New Book Presents a "Constructive" Model of Psychotherapy Supervision

In the News

5/20/2015 Lynn Gatto on Horizons Giving Day on FOX Rochester
5/14/2015 Warner Mourns Loss of Alumnus Derrick Griffith '95W (MS) Killed in Amtrak Train Derailment
5/04/2015 Democrat & Chronicle Blog Shares "What the New East Will and Will Not Be"
5/01/2015 Martha Mock on Inclusive Higher Ed on WXXI's "Arts Friday on Connections"
4/17/2015 Nathan Harris on Ethical Fading in the Chronicle of Higher Ed
4/03/2015 East High Science STAR Filmmaker, April Luehmann Discuss Environment-Focused Film on WXXI's Connections
3/20/2015 Mary Jane Curry on Academic Publishing on Doctoral Writing SIG Blog
2/26/2015 Joanne Larson Tackles the WHY TEACH? Question on WXXI Connections
2/16/2015 Julia White on Special-Ed Services in Democrat & Chronicle
2/07/2015 Doctoral Student and 2014 NYS Teacher of the Year Ashli Dreher Co-Authors Open Letter to Gov. Cuomo in Times-Union
2/04/2015 Eric Fredericksen on Online Learning in The Conversation
1/22/2015 Alumnus Scott Martzloff '08 (EdD) Quoted in Education Week on Race to the Top
1/08/2015 Stephanie Waterman Blogs About the Importance of Discussing Racial Issues
1/07/2015 Science STARS Featured in Rochester & Genesee Valley Parent
12/23/2014 Stephanie Waterman's Book on Native Students in Higher Ed Featured on Huffington Post Blog
11/22/2014 Warner Alumna Deborah Wilbur '79 (MS) Receives 2014 Canandaigua ATHENA Award
11/14/2014 Jayne Lammers Writes Essay on Literacy Pedagogy in Online Fanfiction Spaces on Reading Today Online
11/13/2014 Warner Study on edTPA Featured in Campus Times
11/13/2014 New Shanker Institute Blog Post Co-Authored by Kara Finnigan
11/12/2014 Julia White on UR's New Disability Studies Symposium in Democrat & Chronicle

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