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What? An evening with IEDP connections, new and old
When? March 16th, beginning at 3pm and continuing into the evening
Who? You(!), current students, faculty, and other alumni
Programming will include an alumni panel from 3-4:45pm, a happy hour from 5-7pm, and a fun “after-hours” event.
Contact Lauren Scicluna, firstname.lastname@example.org, for registration information.
More than 20 recruiters from public schools, charter schools, EMOs and research organizations are eager to meet with GSE students and alumni. Please come with resumes and questions, and your Penn ID.
Sponsored by the Urban Teaching Apprenticeship Program.
Craig Steven Wilder is a professor of history at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Wilder’s most recent book, Ebony & Ivy: Race, Slavery, and the Troubled History of America’s Universities argues that the nation’s early colleges were dependent on wealth accrued from slavery and played a major role in the extermination of indigenous populations and the enslavement of people of African descent.
The Penn GSE Career and Professional Development and Alumni Relations teams invite you to celebrate National Career Development Day with us on Wednesday, November 15.
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. | Drop-in Hours
Penn GSE Student Lounge (1st Floor of 3700 Walnut Street)
Speakers and workshop leaders will examine the reasons for why many institutions have transitioned away from traditional textbooks to Open Educational Resources (OERs) and in-house-produced materials. Language program coordinators and instructos of both commonly- and less-commonly-taught languages will describe their experiences creating their own materials and will guide workshop participants through examples of the effectiveness of these materials in the classroom.
Book Talk/Discussion by Author H. Samy Alim
Penn GSE’s Reading/Writing/Literacy (RWL) and Education, Culture, and Society (ECS) cordially invite you to a book talk and discussion by H. Samy Alim, PhD, titled: “Culturally Sustaining Pedagogies: Teaching and Learning for Justice in a Changing World.”
Please join RWL and ECS for a timely discussion and snacks. No registration is required.
Thursday, November 16, 12:00pm – 2:00pm
Penn Bookstore | Events Room