Tagged: School of Education

SED’s Amy Baltzell on CBS Sunday Morning

http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=6365158n&tag=api

Today is Sweater Vest Tuesday @ SED

Ok, this might sound strange, but we’re hearing a lot about sweater vests lately. Yes, sweater vests. Apparently they’re making a comeback on campus…? If you’re here and you want to join the craze, go to the SED lobby TODAY at 3 PM (wearing your sweater vest, of course). http://sweatervesttuesday.tumblr.com/

Healthcare? What about education?

Hear School of Education Dean Hardin Coleman’s thoughts on the Healthcare Bill: He can be reached at 617-353-3213 or Hardin@bu.edu.

Challenges and Opportunities Discussion

Today at 3:30 PM the School of Education (SED) is hosting a mini-conference entitled “Challenges and Opportunities” in the lobby of Two Silber Way.  Remarks will be made by SED Dean Hardin Coleman and Commonwealth of Massachusetts Deputy Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education Accountability, Partnerships and Assistance Karla Brooks Baehr, EdD.

The Changing Face of Autism in America

The Boston University Alumni Association is hosting The Changing Face of Autism in America today at 5:30 PM in the Backcourt Room of the George Sherman Union. The event will include cocktails and an interactive discussion with five panelists including School of Education Professor and Moderator Tom Cottle. The panelists will explore how research, diagnosis and […]

BPS Superintendent to Speak at SED

The School of Education Alumni Speaker Series is hosting an evening with the Superintendent of Boston Public Schools, Dr. Carol Johnson, tonight beginning at 6 PM in the School of Education (Rm 130) at 2 Silber Way. The lecture, entitled “The Challenge and Promise of Teaching,” will discuss Johnson’s belief in equity and access to […]

SED professor appointed member of Special Commission by Governor Patrick

School of Education professor Charles S. White was appointed by Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick to serve as a member of the Massachusetts Special Commission on Civic Engagement and Learning. The purpose of the Commission is to assess the status of civic education from kindergarten through undergraduate college education in Massachusetts. Activities will involve investigating the […]

City-Run Charter Schools Possibility in Boston

A proposed resolution for failing Boston Public Schools, from Boston Mayor Tom Menino, is a series of city-run charter schools.  Many in Boston are surprised as the Mayor has always opposed lifting the cap on area-charter schools in the past and shown support for alternatives to charter schools.  For commentary, please contact School of Education […]

Psychology of Coaching Teams Conference

The Institute for Athletic Coach Education (IACE) in the School of Education is hosting a 1-day conference for coaches, directors, and and leaders of youth sport at the Agganis Arena from 8:30 AM – 2:30 PM.  Participants will meet coaching researchers, educators, and master coaches who will share insights and lessons from their experience.  Featured […]

Hip Hop Theater Ensemble performing at SED today

The School of Education Speaker Series presents First Wave Hip Hop Theater Ensemble featuring Sofia Snow, voted Best Spoken Word Artist in Boston in 2007, today at 4:00 PM in the SED auditorium (2 Silber Way, Boston).  EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC