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Technology Annual Fall Conference

The Technology Annual Fall Conference is an educational mainstay that celebrates its 75th anniversary in 2014.  It involves hundreds of faculty, preservice technology students, technology teachers and school administrators, and technology education venders from the northeastern states.  Presentations, demonstrations, round table discussion groups, and other professional development activities are featured.  For more information, click on above link for Technology Annual Fall Conference.

SUNY Oswego Reading Clinics

SUNY Oswego hosts reading clinics each semester in collaboration with various schools in the Oswego and Onondaga county school districts. Candidates in the Literacy MSEd programs provide individualized instruction for students experiencing special problems in reading and/or writing. They diagnose and tutor approximately 100 at-risk students per year under the supervision of the Curriculum & Instruction literacy faculty.

Benin Project CLIMB

Project CLIMB (Collaborative Link for Instructor Mentoring in Benin) involves seven professors from the School of Education who are collaborating with school inspectors and educational leaders in the West African nation of Benin to improve the educational system.

Professional Development Schools

 

The School of Education is involved in numerous professional development school (PDS) initiatives in Oswego and Onondaga Counties. All are designed to promote authentic learning for P-12 students, promote professional growth among preservice and inservice teachers, and use an inquiry approach to address the diverse learning needs of P-12 students. More than a dozen faculty members from the departments of Curriculum & Instruction, Technology, and Counseling & Psychological Services participate in various PDS initiatives. 

Onondaga Nation Partnership

 

The Onondaga Nation School Literacy & Fitness Partnership with the Onondaga Nation School in Lafayette, NY developed as the result of networking between School of Education faculty, the Oswego State Native American Advisory Council, and members of various Native American communities.