Good News in the College of Education

Welcome to Good News in the College of Education, a listing of some of the great things our faculty, staff and students have accomplished recently. 

COE Connections

Roxanne Owens

Dr. Seuss, The Cat in the Hat, and 60 Years of Children's Literacy

Roxanne Owens was a guest on WBEZ’s the Morning Shift where she talked about the influence Dr. Seuss’s The Cat in the Hat had on children’s literacy and what parents can do to continue his tradition of making reading fun for kids.

Mindfulness in the Classroom

Martha Mason was invited to speak with WGN-TV’s Gaynor Hall to discuss mindfulness in the classroom.

COE visits McKinley Park

DePaul Visits HSA McKinley Park

Kate Liston, Frank Tavano, Alice Moss, Nell Cobb, and Roxanne Owens visited Horizon Science Academic McKinley Park in Chicago on Friday, February 10th to visit with teachers and students. The teachers and students had previously visited the College of Education and had observed classes and met with faculty. The students participate in internships to prepare to become future teachers.

Hesburgh Scholars Visit the Chicago Lighthouse for the Blind

Young Men from Notre Dame College Prep and their teacher, Dr. Ellen Dutton, worked with Roxanne Owens to record an audio play, Moo Who?, by Margie Palatini for the listening pleasure of the students who attend the school at the Chicago Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired.

Faculty, Staff and Student Accomplishments

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