Posts tagged teaching
Posts tagged teaching
“Like my two cats, the typical Obie is indiscriminately curious. Teaching someone like that is a lot of fun, particularly when it also forces you to expand your own curiosity beyond your discipline’s boundaries. That, for a social scientist like me, is a welcome bonus of teaching here.” - Professor of Economics Viplav Saini
BookMentors is a nonprofit that connects teachers and students who need books with donors who want to give books. BookMentors is also a community of readers, writers, teachers, and publishers interested in sharing information about children’s and young adult literature.
A new non-profit founded by Jennifer Soalt ‘85 with support from David Bienvenu ‘84 and Charles Harvey ‘85
- Want to be a licensed K-12 teacher?
- Need help finding the right graduate preparation program for you?
- Need advice about funding?
Wednesday, February 13, 7-8:30pm, Wilder 115
Deborah Rose, Professor of Education
Dinah Volk, Professor of Early Childhood Education, Cleveland State University
Richard Berman, Director of Career Services
- Bring your laptop -
I have a course number! That means it’s official!
I know, I know, I am irrationally excited about having a course number. But I mean, come on, it means that people know that my course exists! And can sign up for it, in about a week!
Then again, that also means that in a week I’ll be teaching my first class. It’s vaguely terrifying. But the excitement outweighs the terror.
Obies, you all better sign up for EXCO 223 because it’s going to be the best!
The ExCo fair is tonight in the Root Room from 6-8pm. Sign up for Intro to French Musicals and dozens more!
When it comes to student success, nothing at school matters more than the quality of the teacher at the front of the class. Indianapolis Teaching Fellows is a highly selective program that trains accomplished professionals and outstanding recent college graduates to become excellent…
In summer 2012, Oberlin conservatory faculty, staff, and students travelled to the Jazz Academy at Solebury School in New Hope, Pennsylvania, to teach and mentor young musicians from underserved communities in Camden, New Jersey, and Bucks County. This visit marked the second year in a row that Oberlin community members have served the Music in America mission in thought, word, and deed. Video courtesy of Peggy Krist.
Want to find out more about Music in America?
A representative from Carney, Sandoe and Associates
will interview candidates on campus
Thursday, March 22, 2012 from 9:00AM-4:30PM
Submit a resume to “K-12 Teaching and Administrative Jobs”
on ObieOpps by March 22 to schedule an interview