Graduate student uses video games to help tutor students in reading
SUNY Oswego’s Keri Frazer, a master’s candidate in the literacy program, thinks digital technology—even video games—can turn the key to unlock reading and writing for struggling students.
Wed Feb 15, 2012
Grant aids SUNY Oswego program to recruit teachers for urban schools
A three-year, $43,910 grant through the state Education Department’s Teacher Opportunity Corps will boost a SUNY Oswego School of Education program to increase the number of students of color training for careers in urban schools.
Thu Sep 01, 2011
SUNY Oswego assists Nigerian education training effort
SUNY Oswego’s Benjamin Ogwo led a team of five other faculty members to his native Nigeria this summer to help train college professors to prepare teachers in technical vocations.
Wed Jul 20, 2011
Fulbright Scholar to educate researchers in Kenya
Dr. Faith Maina, a SUNY Oswego faculty member and a new Fulbright Scholar, looks forward to returning this school year to Kenya, her native land, as she seeks to build the research and writing skillsets of young Kenyan scholars.
Wed Jun 15, 2011
High school students from around globe display science, art projects
The first GENIUS Olympiad’s opening activities—an exhibition of student projects and a ceremony featuring a noted National Geographic photographer—will be open to the public Monday, June 27, at SUNY Oswego.
Fri Apr 15, 2011
Educators to present multicultural approach to improving student achievement on April 29
A group of local and national educators will gather April 29 in downtown Syracuse to share their insights in an open discussion on using culturally relevant teaching to help students learn.
Wed Mar 30, 2011
SUNY Oswego, BOCES partner for college-credit program
The New Visions program, a partnership of SUNY Oswego and the Oswego County Board of Cooperative Educational Services, has helped prepare scores of local high school students prepare for the college world.
Wed Feb 02, 2011
New book examines evolution vs. intelligent design in science education
Roger Taylor, a SUNY Oswego assistant professor of psychology, wants the next generation of science educators to understand that teaching evolution as doctrine, diametrically opposed to those who believe in intelligent design, sends an arrogant, counterproductive message to their students.
Wed Nov 10, 2010
Peace Corps, college to combine global service with two master's programs
Selected SUNY Oswego graduate students in agricultural and mathematics education now will have the opportunity to combine Peace Corps service and a master’s degree.
Wed Aug 11, 2010
Energy and Sustainability Institute for Elementary Teachers powered up
Fourth-grade teacher Kelly Moxley of Kingsford Elementary School in the Oswego City School District experiments at a new SUNY Oswego institute for elementary school teachers, giving a glimpse of the fascination Moxley’s students will experience after they assemble electric motors using little more than a coil of wire, a magnet and a D battery.
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