Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning – Opportunities

Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning You do not want to miss out on these opportunities: Click the image to learn more & register. Learn more Upcoming Application Deadlines: Learn how to keep college costs down and assure equity and access to all students. Limited space & resources. Apply Now! Develop modes of teaching that are learner-centered; […]

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Teaching in Higher Ed – Podcasting Live from Denver!

The Teaching in Higher Ed podcast, created and hosted by the inimitable Bonni Stachowiak, is a cornerstone of the current conversation about higher education. The podcast has featured guests like Sara Goldrick-Rab, Jesse Stommel, Bryan Alexander, Catherine Cronin, Rajiv Jhangiani, Amy Collier, Remi Kalir, and many, many others speaking on matters as various and vital as Open Education, Networked Pedagogy, Digital Literacy, Homelessness and Housing Insecurity in Higher […]

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Curriculum Committee Minutes – 10/21

Members:          Nicole Sager – Committee Chair Ed Cannon Lori Elliott *Kristie Kauerz Liz Mahon Scott McLeod *Diana Schaack   Staff:     Shakira Anderson Shannon Hagerman (CPE)   *unable to attend   GENERAL BUSINESS & REVIEW/DISCUSSIONS: Reviewed SEHD Policy on Faculty Qualifications Guidelines for HLC Accreditation   COURSE PROPOSAL/REVISION REQUESTS:   Status                               Item(s)                                            […]

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Candice Montoya, Head Start educator and SEHD’s 2018 Outstanding Graduate of the Year, featured in CU Denver TODAY

Grad teaching preschoolers in poverty Candice Montoya is SEHD’s 2018 Outstanding Graduate of the Year Knowledge changed everything for Candice Montoya, who was named the School of Education & Human Development’s 2018 Outstanding Graduate of the Year. Montoya started college to meet a job requirement, and she graduated this month with a degree in early childhood […]

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Important Ecopass Action Required

December 14, 2018 IMPORTANT ECOPASS ACTION REQUIRED ATTENTION: You must submit a new payment authorization form by Thursday, December 20th or your EcoPass will be CANCELLED. To continue participating in the RTD EcoPass program, a new form must be submitted. Return your completed, signed, and dated RTD EcoPass Payment Authorization Form to the Parking & Transportation Services office—either in person or by […]

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Carlos Hipolito-Delgado featured on NBC News

Latinx college students are struggling with self-hate, counselors can help, CU Denver scholar finds Carlos Hipolito-Delgado, PhD, urges college counselors to acknowledge Latinx students’ experiences with discrimination and help them navigate their feelings without internalizing guilt, or worse, start hating themselves. “My hope is for the student to realize that racism is not the student’s […]

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Congrats to Scott Bauer on his new book

Leading Schools to Learn Grow and Thrive Using Theory to Strengthen Practice Leading Schools to Learn, Grow, and Thrive provides a unique approach to preparing prospective education leaders by combining theory, research, and practice. Grounded in organizational and leadership theory, this book helps leaders understand their schools and districts from multiple perspectives and develop their own […]

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School Psychology APA Accreditation Featured in CU Denver TODAY

School psychology program rises to the top Students benefit from new accreditation and 100-percent job placement rate In late September, the School of Education & Human Development (SEHD) celebrated an important milestone. Its doctor of psychology (PsyD) school psychology program earned accreditation on contingency from the American Psychological Association (APA) – which is no small feat. It is one […]

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