Hanover College Education Department
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The BIG NEWS

Lots of meetings as we get ready to close out the year!

flyer for ST meeting

Uk study trip meeting secondary ed major announcemtnt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AND....AWARDS, AWARDS, AWARDS!!

At the annual Hanover College Honors Convocation, the following seniors received these awards (left to right above) Brennan Pool - Distingued Award in Special Education, Anna Cornacchione - Distinguished Award in Elementary Education, and Katie Schmidt - Distinguished Award in Secondary Education.

 Below is Anna Cornacchione and Miriam Cahill, recipients of the Hilda Cordrey Awards for the highest GPA's in Elementary Education

Anna with award

Mariam CahillMiriam was unable to accept the award in person as she was completing her Student Teaching Internship at The Philiadelphia Center!

Congratulations to these fine women as well as all the award winners this year!!

Outstanding Future Educators for 2017

Each year the Indiana Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (IACTE) honors the best and the brightest of the year's seniors at an awards  luncheon at the Ritz Charles hotel in Carmel IN.  Dr. Debbie Hanson accompanied our winners as they were named "Outstanding Future Educators for 2017"

Elementary Education - Anna Cornicchione

Secondary Education - Katie Schmidt 

Special Education - Brennan Pool 

IACTE awards recipients Pool and CornacchionePictured above left is Brennan Pool '17 Outstanding Future Educator in Special Education and on the right is Anna Cornacchione '17 Outstanding Future Educator in Elementary Education at the annual awards luncheon.  

Katie Schmidt '17 Outstanding Future Educator in Secondary Education could not attend as she was co-chairing an Outreach to Teach" event for the Indiana Student Education Association (ISEA) in Evansville, IN

Congratulations to Anna, Katie, and Brennan!

NEWBY eNEWS

Most Mondays we email our students the Newby eNewletter - if you are not receiving it contact Mrs. Torline in the Education Office. Please send her any items you may have for inclusion in the newsletter!

NATIONAL NEWS IN EDUCATION

(click the links for the full articles)

House Bill HR 610 First Education Bill Under DeVos

Ohio requires business shadowing for teacher license renewals...

Dismal Voucher Results Surprise Researchers as DeVos Takes Helm

Meet the New Designs of Public Schools

How Nashville TN stood up to Charter School Industry

JOBS AND EXPERIENCE OPPORTUNITIES

I am the Executive Director of Summerbridge Louisville and am reaching out to you for students who may be interested in teaching this summer in Louisville.  Our program is a 6 week school for underserved kids and has proven its success over the years by keeping children motivated and excited about learning.  Applications are available in Newby Hall and are due by April 14th.  Students do not need to be Education Majors.  

   We have had several Hanover students participate in the program over the years and have been very impressed by their dedication and work ethic.  We   require a resume and a very short essay and will do in-person interviews here in Louisville.  We will be hiring around 15 teachers; the school begins on June 12th and will wrap up Saturday, July 22nd.

  Please let me know if we can promote this in the Education or Career Department and how to proceed.  I appreciate your time and look forward to hearing from you.

http://www.summerbridgelouisville.org/about/

 Thanks so much.  

 Kate Lindsay
Executive Director
Summerbridge Louisville
(502) 767-6663

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Natalie Williamson, '18 named College and Career Intern for Scott County Community Foundation!

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Read the full story!!

Congrats to you Natalie!