Future Teachers Club Supports the WNY Children’s Book Expo

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Future Teachers Club members volunteered at the WNY Children’s Book Expo last weekend. Medaille education majors helped children create bookmarks for their new books. Our students also got into the book-themed spirit by getting into costume and walking around the Expo as Curious George and Biscuit! Posted By: Colleen Wilkinson

Posted by: Colleen Wilkinson

Medaille Students Participate in the NYS Council for Exceptional Children Conference

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Graduate and undergraduate students from Medaille’s education programs traveled to Albany, NY to participate in the NYS CEC conference. The students attended sessions on a variety of topics related to students with disabilities, including IEP writing and co-teaching techniques. Posted By: Dr. Colleen A. Wilkinson

Posted by: Dr. Colleen A. Wilkinson

Future Teachers Holiday Drive

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Help support the Future Teachers Club Holiday Drive this year! All the items will be donated to Health Sciences Charter School. Please bring items to Jessica Kozar in Huber 117 by Thursday, November 29. Basic Items: Toothbrushes/toothpaste Deodorant Soap/Body Wash Lotion Shampoo/Conditioner Lip Gloss/Chap stick Brushes, Combs, Hair Accessories Nail polish, Body Spray, Make-Up Gift […]

Posted by: Jessica Kozar

Future Teachers Step Up For Down Syndrome

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For many years, the Future Teachers’ Club has particapted in the Step Up For Down’s event at Coca Cola Field.  This year, the students gave temporary tattoos to children and their families.  Pictured from left to right are students: Skye Schultz (a friend from ECC), Lindsay Naab, Izabella Ventresca, Buster Bison (another friend), Mercedes Chenfant-Mcdouggle […]

Posted by: Jeff Faunce

First-Year Experience Program Presents “Power of You” Seminar Series

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Medaille College’s First-Year Experience Program is running a “Power of You” seminar series this semester. The series aims to provide freshmen with the tools, services and learning community they need to make a successful transition into the collegiate environment, and leadership certificates are awarded to students who successfully complete the series. Pictured is facilitator Tamara […]

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First-Year Experience Program Presents Varied Voices Panel Discussions

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Medaille’s First-Year Experience Program presented two sessions of “Varied Voices” panel discussions this week for freshmen attendees. The discussions featured a diverse group of Medaille College upperclassmen who spoke about the sociocultural transition from high school to college, as well as faculty participants who shared their own first-year experiences. First-Year Experience Program Director Dr. James […]

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Alumni Return to Share Medaille Wisdom

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Alumni from four previous MSED-Students with Disabilities classes (’16, ’17 & ’18) joined new students Saturday morning to facilitate professional development on diverse topics in education. Alumni presented their capstone projects from their final course here at Medaille, as models for the current students who will complete this same course. Topics included Parent/Teacher Communication, Therapy […]

Posted by: Dr. Colleen A. Wilkinson

2018 Summer Scholars Program

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The 2018 Summer Scholars program is almost here. Our six-week program begins July 9 and concludes on August 16 with the third-annual Awards Ceremony. We currently have 28 first-year students enrolled to participate in a wide range of enrichment activities, designed to help some of our newest Medaille College freshmen “Hit the Ground Running!” Our […]

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Education Graduate Students Present at NFRC Spring Event

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On Wednesday, April 26, two Medaille College MSED students presented poster presentations at the Niagara Frontier Reading Council spring professional development event on Media Literacy in the Era of “Fake News.” “Fake News” is a hot topic trending in education. Students presented as part of their Technology for the Elementary Classroom course, under the guidance of […]

Posted by: Department of Education

Grab a Plate!

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Please join the Student CEC for spaghetti and raffle baskets! Our Spaghetti Dinner is April 25 from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Sullivan Center. Dinner includes pasta, rolls, meatballs, salad and beverages. Funds raised will support grad students traveling to Albany for the NYS Council for Exceptional Children Conference in the fall. Posted By: […]

Posted by: Dr. Colleen Wilkinson