Warner School of Education



Calendar

4/19/2014
Becoming an Urban Education Consultant: How to Get Started

4/21/2014
MONDAY Lunch Talk — Living in the Versus: Intentionality and Boundary Crossing in a Community-University Partnership

4/23/2014
Wednesday Lunch Talk - Why Do American School Buildings Look the Way They Do?

4/25/2014
Book Conversation & Signing - Radical Equality in Education: Starting Over in U.S. Schooling (Author Joanne Larson)

4/26/2014
Science STARS Red Carpet Premiere - You Are Not Alone

4/26/2014
Cancelled: Educational Leadership Bagels and Buzz

4/29/2014
Special TUESDAY Lunch Talk - Listening to Autobiographical Narratives of Autism

4/30/2014
Wednesday Lunch Talk - Music of Difference

5/2/2014
Counseling and Human Development Site Supervisor Reception and Master's Symposium

5/7/2014
Administrative Internship Seminars

5/7/2014
K-12 Administration Internship Orientation

5/8/2014
Educational Leadership Graduate Celebration

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4/6/2012


Urban Education Expert to Discuss the Death of Trayvon Martin on WXXI Radio Show

Ed Brockenbrough, director of the Urban Teaching and Leadership Program at the Warner School of Education, will join Beverly Jackson, a senior youth intervention specialist for the City’s Pathways to Peace Program, from 1 to 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Apr. 10. as guests on WXXI’s 1370 Connection with Bob Smith. Brockenbrough will share ways to turn the tragic death of Trayvon Martin into a teachable moment for teacher educators, teachers, students, and schools as a whole.  Listen online or at 1370 AM.

Click here to read Brockenbrough's latest blog entry, "Teaching Trayvon Martin: Three Strategies for Teacher Educators," on the Warner Perspectives Education Blog.



Media Contact: Theresa Danylak
tdanylak@warner.rochester.edu
585.275.0777; 585.278.6273 (cell)

Tags: Ed Brockenbrough, teaching and curriculum, urban education, urban educators, Urban Teaching and Leadership Program (UTL)