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Fri Apr 20, 2018

The Evolved Nest: Breastsleeping & Responsive Care

Fri Apr 20, 2018, 8:00AM - 4:00PM

Papa Vino’s, Mishawaka, IN

Speakers:
Dr. James
Mckenna, Notre Dame
Dr.
Darcia Narvaez, Notre Dame

April 20, 8 am - 4 pm

Location: Papa Vino’s, Mishawaka, IN

 

Sponsored by the St. Joseph County Breastfeeding Coalition

 

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Mon Apr 23, 2018

CREO Seminar: Doug Downey

Mon Apr 23, 2018, 3:30PM - 5:00PM

B071 Jenkins Nanovic Hall

CREO Seminar with Doug Downey, Professor, Department of Sociology at The Ohio State University…

Wed Apr 25, 2018

Global Catholic Education and Integral Human Development: Setting a Social Science Research Agenda

All Day

Rome, Italy

As the role of faith-based—and especially Catholic—education expands globally, it is increasingly important to understand its impact on students’ academic achievement and identity formation and, more broadly, on civic and religious participation and attitudes of tolerance. However, there has been no integrated research effort that aims to generate a historically informed and empirically robust narrative of the contributions of and challenges for Catholic education internationally.…

Thu Apr 26, 2018

Global Catholic Education and Integral Human Development: Setting a Social Science Research Agenda

All Day

Rome, Italy

As the role of faith-based—and especially Catholic—education expands globally, it is increasingly important to understand its impact on students’ academic achievement and identity formation and, more broadly, on civic and religious participation and attitudes of tolerance. However, there has been no integrated research effort that aims to generate a historically informed and empirically robust narrative of the contributions of and challenges for Catholic education internationally.…

Fri Apr 27, 2018

Global Catholic Education and Integral Human Development: Setting a Social Science Research Agenda

All Day

Rome, Italy

As the role of faith-based—and especially Catholic—education expands globally, it is increasingly important to understand its impact on students’ academic achievement and identity formation and, more broadly, on civic and religious participation and attitudes of tolerance. However, there has been no integrated research effort that aims to generate a historically informed and empirically robust narrative of the contributions of and challenges for Catholic education internationally.…

Fri Oct 26, 2018

Excellence in Teaching Conference

All Day

University of Notre Dame

All teachers, regardless of the grade-level or subject they teach, bear the responsibility of helping students use language—especially academic language. Knowing how to acquire, access, and implement the language of a discipline—through reading, writing, speaking, and listening—is essential to a student’s success in and beyond school. The task that teachers face in supporting students’ linguistic dexterity is made increasingly complicated by the expanding cultural and linguistic diversity of students enrolled in K-12 schools throughout the United States. The Institute for Educational Initiatives aspires to meet the needs of PreK-12 teachers across the content areas of math, science, English, social studies, foreign language, and theology through this year’s Excellence in Teaching Conference.

Sat Oct 27, 2018

Excellence in Teaching Conference

All Day

University of Notre Dame

All teachers, regardless of the grade-level or subject they teach, bear the responsibility of helping students use language—especially academic language. Knowing how to acquire, access, and implement the language of a discipline—through reading, writing, speaking, and listening—is essential to a student’s success in and beyond school. The task that teachers face in supporting students’ linguistic dexterity is made increasingly complicated by the expanding cultural and linguistic diversity of students enrolled in K-12 schools throughout the United States. The Institute for Educational Initiatives aspires to meet the needs of PreK-12 teachers across the content areas of math, science, English, social studies, foreign language, and theology through this year’s Excellence in Teaching Conference.

Sun Oct 28, 2018

Excellence in Teaching Conference

All Day

University of Notre Dame

All teachers, regardless of the grade-level or subject they teach, bear the responsibility of helping students use language—especially academic language. Knowing how to acquire, access, and implement the language of a discipline—through reading, writing, speaking, and listening—is essential to a student’s success in and beyond school. The task that teachers face in supporting students’ linguistic dexterity is made increasingly complicated by the expanding cultural and linguistic diversity of students enrolled in K-12 schools throughout the United States. The Institute for Educational Initiatives aspires to meet the needs of PreK-12 teachers across the content areas of math, science, English, social studies, foreign language, and theology through this year’s Excellence in Teaching Conference.