Tag: School of Learning and Teaching

University of Maine students from associate professor of literacy Susan Bennett-Armistead's ERL 319 class at the Literacy Night held at Viola Rand Elementary School in Bradley, Maine.

Literacy nights highlight UMaine’s service to schools and families

The College of Education and Human Development has incorporated literacy nights at area schools into the curriculum for education majors for more than 20 years. It’s an opportunity for UMaine students taking their literacy methods courses to apply some of the knowledge and skills they have picked up in the classroom and to gain hands-on experience working with K–12 students and families.

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Dimmel, Hakkola receive tenure, promotion

Two members of the College of Education and Human Development faculty have received tenure and promotion to associate professor. Both Justin Dimmel and Leah Hakkola have been at the University of Maine since 2015.

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Curran, Reagan contribute to new book on tolerance and peace

Hugh Curran, Peace and Reconciliation Studies Program, and Timothy Reagan, School of Learning and Teaching, each contributed chapters — Tolerance and Nonviolent Practices; and Peace, Conflict, and War: The Role of Language and Languages, respectively —  in a recently published online access book, “Paths to a Culture of Tolerance and Peace.”

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