College of Education Alumni Network (EAN)

Mission of the College of Education Alumni Network (EAN)

The purpose of the College of Education (COE) Alumni Network at the University of St. Francis (USF) is to connect educators who are committed to a Franciscan spirit of service and dedicated to building, promoting, and supporting educational opportunities at all levels. The network is designed to serve the evolving needs of USF COE alumni and encourage collegial interaction among alumni, current candidates, and the COE.

 

Upcoming EAN Meetings

A key component in an educator’s professional responsibilities is his/her involvement in professional organizations. EAN provides a perfect opportunity to become involved with such an organization and to even distinguish oneself by taking on a leadership role for the board as we plan professional development, service, and social events each year.

Education Alumni Network (EAN) Meeting
Saturday, September 24, 2016 | 9 – 10 a.m. | Alumni Gathering Room, Motherhouse

 

Danielson Evaluation Panel Discussion
In case you missed it, check out this video from the recent EAN sponsored Danielson Evaluation Panel

Discussion of the Danielson Evaluation Method at USF-Joliet, April 2015 from Academic Technology on Vimeo.

 

Upcoming Events

Please visit Alumni Events to view/register for upcoming Alumni and EAN events.

Make & Take Professional Development Day
Sponsored by: Regional Educational Academy for Leadership (REAL)
This day includes a keynote address, workshops and lunch. Participants will leave with knowledge, projects and tips they can use immediately in their classrooms!
Saturday, Oct. 15 | 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. | Tower Hall
$30 per person

Disciplinary Literacy: “Creating Natural and Authentic Engagement in the Disciplines”
Sponsored by: Education Alumni Network
The first hour-long session will introduce teachers to the natural and authentic literacies inherent in each discipline (showcased in the NGSS, C3, and CCSS Standards) and move teachers toward activities to enhance the disciplinary literacies of their subject area. Following this session, educators may choose between two hour-long “hot topics in education” break-out sessions. Refreshments will be provided and two professional development hours will be earned.
Wednesday, Nov. 2 | 4:30–7 p.m. (presentation begins at 5 p.m.) San Damiano Hall, Motherhouse 3rd floor
$10 per person

Education Alumni Network Newsletter

EAN Newsletter: August 2015 – December 2015
View Previous Newsletters Here

 

President

Suzanne Knoelk ’05, ’10

 

Questions?

Contact the Alumni & Parent Relations Office at (877) 811-ALUM or alumni@stfrancis.edu

 

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