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At the DePaul College of Education, we make it easy to stay on top of the latest important announcements, upcoming events, and job opportunities. The Weekly Updates email is sent on Mondays from the COE Advising Office to all current students.
College of Education Academic Advising is open for online advising appointments through Spring Quarter 2020. Any student can get in touch with their advisor via email or are welcome to meet with an advisor via Zoom. Please email your advisor directly for assistance scheduling an appointment or with any other advising questions.
Over the summer, the College of Education is hosting a series of Zoom get-togethers for our students to meet and socialize with other COE students. Returning students can revisit old friendships while new students get the opportunity to make some connections before the official start of the academic year. Academic Success Center and COE Office of Advising staff will also be available to answer any of your questions.
To join and get the link to the event, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Dean Paul Zionts will be hosting another Update and Q&A session for COE students via Zoom. This opportunity to get information and ask questions about summer and fall quarter plans is open to both undergraduate and graduate students. You can either ask your questions of the dean during the session or email them ahead of time to email@example.com.
Tuesday, July 144:00-5:00pmhttps://depaul.zoom.us/j/92215799569
Be sure to visit https://dehub.campusgroups.com/events to find a listing of the virtual events being offered by student organizations this week!
St. Mary of the Lake school, located in the Buena Park/Lakeview neighborhood, has openings for next school year for a middle school ELA teacher and middle school Math teacher. Interested candidates should apply here for Math and here for ELA.
Dean Paul Zionts will be hosting another Update and Q&A session for COE students via Zoom. This opportunity to get information and ask questions about summer and fall quarter plans is open to both undergraduate and graduate students. You can either ask your questions of the dean during the session or email them ahead of time to firstname.lastname@example.org. Tuesday, July 14 4:00-5:00pmhttps://depaul.zoom.us/j/92215799569
The fall class schedule has now been adjusted to reflect the changes required by CDC and IDPH social distancing guidelines. While you should have received an email from DePaul Central listing any changes to your registered classes, we also encourage you to review your complete class schedule in Campus Connect to confirm. Please note that additional adjustments to the schedule may still occur as faculty are assigned to courses and if there are modifications in the social distancing guidelines.
The College of Education and DePaul University will be closed on Friday, July 3 in observance of the Independence Day holiday.
The Office of Multicultural Student Success is looking for 3 graduate assistants for the 2020-2021 academic year. Student must be enrolled as a full-time graduate student for the 2020-2021 academic year and must work well with diverse groups of people. Application deadline is July 15. For more information, view job description.
The DePaul Career Center has scheduled a number of virtual events for this summer including job search support groups and skills labs. For the most up-to-date information, view the summer schedule.
The Office of Student Involvement has released their calendar of summer activities. They can be views at the DEN (Digital Engagement Network). So, get ready to have some fun and join them weekly to get involved and meet other DePaul students like you. Follow them on Twitter @dpuinvolvement @DAB_DePaul, Instagram @dpuinvolvement @dab_depaul and Facebook @DPUStudentInvolvement @dab.depaul. This week’s events include…Summer Nights Trivia – June 24 6-7:30pm https://depaul.zoom.us/my/dabevents DIBSmoji Hunt – June 25 9-11am on Instagram
The Illinois Reading Council Journal is very excited to announce a call for submissions for their first-ever Special Issue, which will explore ideas, observations, and research regarding books for youngest readers that promote action toward equity. The call for submissions announcement detail can be downloaded from http://www.illinoisreadingcouncil.org/images/IRCJ_Call_for_Special_Issue.pdf If you have any questions, requests or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact the editor of the IRCJ, Dr. Roxanne Owens at email@example.com and Erik Parsons (special issue associate editor) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Augustus Tolton Catholic Academy, a small private Catholic School located in the Park Manor neighborhood on the southside of Chicago, currently has teaching positions available for 5th/6th grade MS ELA Teacher and a 7th/8th grade MS ELA Teacher. Feel free to contact Principal Andrew Jahnke via email with any questions or view link for more information.
DePaul University debuted its 121st Commencement Ceremony this past Saturday. You can view the ceremony here.College of Education faculty and staff shared their good wishes for our graduates with a video that can be seen here.
As the Provost shared in her email this morning, Academic Affairs is collaborating with the College of Education and the other colleges to determine the best and safest way for instructors to offer courses this fall. These may include an array of on-campus and online offerings. To learn more about the various delivery options and how they will appear in Campus Connect, check out this guide to course modalities. The majority of course delivery updates will be completed and available to view in Campus Connect by June 23. Students will also receive a message if a course in which you are enrolled has had its modality updated.
Kappa Delta Pi is offering a webinar to help educators use the power of puppets and make-believe in the classroom on June 16th at 5:00pm CDT. Attendance is limited to 1,000 but all registrants will receive a recording of the webinar by email. Register here.
The Student Food Pantry, located on the first floor of the Lincoln Park Student Center, will continue to be available to all students throughout the summer, though hours will be limited. Beginning Sunday, June 14, the Lincoln Park Student Center will be open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. so students can access the pantry. No other services will be available in the center during this time, with the exception of department mail pick up from the Mail Center. Students will need to show ID to gain access to the building in order to visit the pantry.
Thank you to all students who submitted questions regarding the options given by Faculty Council for final exam week relief. We have posted an FAQ here:https://education.depaul.edu/student-resources/academic-advising/Pages/spring-2020-final-exam-relief-faq.aspxIf you have additional questions that are not covered in this document, please email email@example.com and we will be happy to assist.
Thank you to all of the COE students that attended the COE Student Forum moderated by Horace Hall, Rachel Harper, and Mark Wodziak. While the issues we are facing have no easy solutions, we are hoping that this will have been an important first step towards change. If you were unable to attend or would like to communicate anything specifically regarding the issues to Dean Zionts please email firstname.lastname@example.org
On Wednesday, June 10 at 3pm, DePaul will host a virtual discussion of racism in the U.S. Faculty members Horace Hall, Christina Rivers and David Stovall will discuss the history of racism in the United States, the lessons learned from our past and thoughts on our future. All are welcome to attend. Registration is required, and will close on June 9 at 6:30 p.m.
In today’s Newsline, there were two articles regarding how the University is planning a return to campusDePaul’s Approach to Returning to Campus Expectations for Use of Face Coverings
Thursday, June 4, 20201:00-2:30pm
In light of recent events, the College of Education is hosting an open forum for COE undergraduates and gradaute students. Moderated by COE Associate Professor, Dr Horace Hall, with Dean Zionts and members of the COE faculty and staff in attendance, we hope to facilitate conversations about the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis and how it has reverberated throughout the country. We are committed to providing a safe space for our students to share their thoughts and feelings related to the current race-related events in society while examining the Vincentian question “What must be done?”. If you are interested in participating, please email email@example.com with your name and preferred contact email. A Zoom link will be sent to you on Thursday morning.
The College of Education ceremony will be available for viewing beginning on June 13 at 12:00pm. The ceremony will feature DePaul President A. Gabriel Esteban, DePaul Provost Salma Ghanem, the College of Education student speaker Grace Garbrecht, College of Education Dean Paul Zionts, personalized digital slides of each graduate, and Netflix’s “Stranger Things” star and DePaul alum, Joe Keery.
There are two ways to watch the ceremony:
June 5, 20209am - 4pm CST
A tumultuous academic year is quickly coming to a close, but the educational challenge is just beginning. As with Hurricane Katrina, it is likely that the mental health crisis caused by COVID-19 will continue long after the pandemic itself has come to an end. You are invited to a one-day virtual conference that brings together leading researchers, educators, and policymakers to provide evidence-based guidance for the role that schools can play as the primary social institution responsible for influencing the well-being of children and youth during this national crisis. Attention to the role of schools in stemming the coming rise in educational inequality will be threaded through from the opening to the closing session. Visit the website for agenda and to RSVP.
Dean Zionts would like to hear from the College of Education students about their academic concerns regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. These will be informal discussions on Zoom with Dean Zionts where he will be providing updates on what the COE has been working on, and allow for students to ask questions, share concerns, and/or relay information on things that are going well or could be improved upon. Students may ask questions during the event or send their questions or topics they would like addressed ahead of time to firstname.lastname@example.org.
UndergraduatesTuesday, June 2, 4:30-5:30PMZoom Link
GraduatesWednesday, June 3, 3:30-4:30PMZoom Link
To keep abreast of all College of Education events, visit our Events webpage.
Due to the many closures and cancellations in response to COVID-19, please contact organizers directly to confirm that the information below is still correct.
Immaculate Conception School, located on Chicago’s Northwest Side, is seeking a middle school, grades 6-7-8, Math and Religion teacher for the 2020-2021 school year. Teachers are required to actively instruct students, create lesson plans, manage students in the classroom, and communicate with parents. An undergraduate degree and educational certification are required. All interested candidates should submit a resume to the Assistant Principal, Tina Fitzgerald, at email@example.com.
Chicago Math and Science Academy, one of the top-performing schools in the Chicago Public Schools district, is looking for the following teachers:
Interested applicants, please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and mention the position name in the subject line of the email.
Jones College Prep is looking for a half-time science teacher for the fall who can teach physics, chemistry, or biology. More information: https://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=3278054
Ascend is looking to recruit motivated and thoughtful students and recent graduates to apply for the2020 Ascend Teaching and Innovation (ATI) Fellowship. This is a two-year fellowship based in Cincinnati that begins in August 2020. Selected fellows serve as Learning Coaches, working together one-on-one with students in grades 3-5 at a low-performing public school on individualized, “low-floor, high-ceiling” math tasks that foster a growth mindset and support social-emotional development.Visit the website to learn more and apply.
The Career Center's YouTube channel has a selection of quick and engaging videos to assist graduate with their job searches. They will be adding new videos weekly.
CET Virtual Hours, educational technology help hosted by the CET Staff, is now available to faculty, staff, and students via zoom conference every Thursday and Friday from 12-2p. Email email@example.com for dial-in information.