School of Education partnering with regional school districts  to train future administrators

School of Education partnering with regional school districts to train future administrators

NEW PALTZ – The School of Education at SUNY New Paltz is celebrating a new partnership with the Mid-Hudson School Study Council and the Goshen Central School District, designed to recruit and train candidates for supervisory positions and principalships in local districts.

School of Education partnering with regional school districts  to train future administrators

School of Education partnering with regional school districts to train future administrators

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NEW PALTZ – The School of Education at SUNY New Paltz is celebrating a new partnership with the Mid-Hudson School Study Council and the Goshen Central School District, designed to recruit and train candidates for supervisory positions and principalships in local districts.

Education major’s evolutionary research inspires new approaches to teaching

Education major’s evolutionary research inspires new approaches to teaching

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In order to develop new and effective approaches to teaching, doesn’t it make sense to study how children learn?

It may seem simple, but that question has been the foundation of Katie Gruskin’s interdisciplinary education at SUNY New Paltz. Gruskin (’17 ’19g, Early Childhood & Childhood Education) decided she wanted to be a teacher long before she came to New Paltz, while she was growing up in West Islip, Long Island.

Clionian House

Clionian House

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New Paltz N.Y. The Clionian House, 1908. The house, just renovated, still stands. The New Paltz Clionian Phi Kappa Pi Society made its home in this house for many years and has left a legacy of a generous scholarship for the School of Education’s teacher candidates. Chapter officers Rosemarie McBride (’60), Ann O’Keefe (’71), and Karen Smith (’71) were instrumental in establishing the scholarship in 2009.

Hudson Valley Writing Project Co-Director Works with Buddhist Monks in Dharamsala

Hudson Valley Writing Project Co-Director Works with Buddhist Monks in Dharamsala

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Tom Meyer and Tanya Baker, director of the National Writing Project, with their students

by Chris Whitaker

Education professor’s passion for technology leads to seat on state committee

Education professor’s passion for technology leads to seat on state committee

Posted by: on Dec 18, 2017 | No Comments

Assistant Professor Kiersten Greene has been appointed to a new State Education Department committee that was formed to help the next generation of teachers and students make efficient use of modern educational technologies.

The Educational Technology Advisory Committee (ETAC) is made up of stakeholders from across the educational spectrum – P-20 teachers, administrators, parents, technology specialists and higher education faculty.

Greene was selected to be one of 27 ETAC representatives, from among a pool of nearly 500 applicants.