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Margo Batha MATL’19 is featured for winning the National Speech and Debate Association’s Educator of the Year award.
Flynn received an award for Mathematics Teaching and Learning at the Association of Teachers of Mathematics in MA annual conference.
Excellence in Teaching award winners have the chance to win a $10,000 scholarship toward a Master of Arts in Education at Mount Holyoke College.
The Master of Arts in Teaching program at Mount Holyoke College is partnering with the Hitchcock Center for the Environment.
Gwen Bass of Mount Holyoke College’s Professional and Graduate Education program spoke about improving education for marginalized students.
“Measuring Innovation in Education: A New Perspective” by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
Owen reported to the Amherst Regional High School paper, The Graphic, that he is “thrilled to support inclusion.”
Lauren Mattone was awarded the 2018 Roger L. Wallace Excellence in Teaching Award.
Beth Brady, MATM’18 was a guest contributor to Larry Ferlazo’s Education Week Blog. Read the article: “Less is More in Math Distance Learning.”
A video series from host Nancy Gardner for the Teacher Leadership Programs.
Named Department of Defense Education Activity Teacher of the Year and is now in the selection process for National Teacher of the Year.
The Master of Arts in Teaching, Teacher Leadership program has partnered with State Teachers of the Year to mentor and educate future teacher leaders.
Batha won the National Speech & Debate Association's Educator of the Year award for 2019.
Smith was published in the Mass Music Educators Journal and presented at the MMEA conference.
Mount Holyoke College offers various avenues for interested candidates to study and gain qualifications in this exciting field. Watch the video.
“Finding Professional Development Opportunities at the Graduate Level” was written by program faculty Kim Evelti, Gwen Bass and Tiffany Espinosa.
“Teaching: A Life's Work” by Sonia Nieto and lecturer Alicia Lopez.
The newest program offered by graduate programs at Mount Holyoke trains paraeducators of color working in Amherst public schools to be teachers.
Eric Schildge MATL’19 and Mount Holyoke Graduate Programs are partnering on a sexual health education program for young adults with disabilities.
Ann Neary, MATL’18 will be leading a team to develop a commitment and policy which would promote National Board Certification for educators in Connecticut.
Models of Entrepreneurship in Education, a course that will explore different models of entrepreneurship in education.
The graduates at Mount Holyoke’s 182nd Commencement were urged to speak up, speak out and work together to make the world a better place.
Mount Holyoke students and alumnae attended the 10-day Global Leadership Summit in South Africa this summer, returning with inspiration and commitment.
M.A.T. Professor Kathryn Accurso was recently awarded a Love of Learning Award worth $500 from The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi.
“In order to teach, you must lead with love. Every day is worth it if you intentionally choose to love your students every day.”
Kathryn Accurso won the American Education Research Association Vocabulary SIG Student Research Paper of the Year Award.
Brady is a contributing author for Larry Ferlazzo’s Classroom Q&A Blog for Education Week. She will also be a guest on his Bam! Radio Show.
Jay Bright MATM ‘19 and Amanda Thomson MATM ‘19 highlighted their MATM work during the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics conference.
His episode is entitled “Moving too fast to abstract island: Building bridges to the comprehension of mathematics.”
The Professional and Graduate Education program now offers an online program for teachers working with culturally and linguistically diverse students.
Wallace is returning to campus co-teaching the course X.EDUC 458: Owning Assessments and Data for Student Learning
“Becoming a Critically Reflective Teacher” by Stephen D. Brookfield recommended by Ruth Hornsby.
Lachanda Garrison MATM ‘19 was selected to serve on the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Program Committee for the regional conference.
“From Discipline to Culturally Responsive Engagement: 45 Classroom Management Strategies” By Laura E. Pinto recommended by Gwen Bass.
Two-time alumna and fifth-grade teacher Rose Levine examines the case for —and against — reopening elementary schools this fall.
Allison Slysz MAT’16 will continue to teaching biology in the science department, in addition to her new post as Smith Academy Athletic Director.
Gwen Bass, director of the Teacher Leadership Programs of Professional and Graduate Education at Mount Holyoke, has tips to ease homework stress.
A new partnership between Mount Holyoke College and the National Coalition of Girls’ Schools hopes to elevate all-girls education.
have co-authored an article for Faculty Focus. Read the article: “An Educational Shift: Encouraging Mission-Driven Online Learning”.
Mount Holyoke’s Professional and Graduate Education program launched its fifth cohort of math teachers ready to change the world, one mind at a time.
Convocation marks the official beginning of the 2019–2020 academic year for 2,199 Mount Holyoke students, including 507 incoming first-years.
Gwen Bass has been collaborating with the Department of Children and Families to train foster parents on educational needs of youth in foster care.
Heather Brown, Lecturer, Chloe Showalter MAT'19 and Matt Sterlein MAT'19 helped facilitate the Youth Writing Adventure in Amherst, MA.
Owen Dempsey MAT ‘19 and Gwen Bass, director of the Teacher Leadership programs, co-presented on special education advocacy for youth.
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