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151 University of Northern Iowa to offer childhood education course at Peosta
Public Relations News Release 1989:353, p.1
1/19/1990 Professor Charles May instructs an early childhood education course in Peosta. The course is organized by the Office of Continuing Education and Special Programs.
152 University of Northern Iowa to offer series of courses in educational administration and special education in Creston
Public Relations News Release 1989:352, p.1
1/19/1990 The Green Valley Education Agency organizes a series of four courses in educational administration and special education. Coursework includes field experience assessment conducted at the educator's teaching site.
153 University of Northern Iowa to offer teacher education course in Manchester
Public Relations News Release 1989:351, p.1
1/19/1990 Professor Jeanne Harms instructs a course for middle and elementary school teachers and librarians in Manchester. The course covers the development of quality literature curricula.
154 University of Northern Iowa to offer two graduate credit courses in Clear Lake
Public Relations News Release 1989:350, p.1
1/19/1990 Professors Charles Dedrick and Robert Decker instruct courses on the construction of effective educational environments, and developing computer skills in Clear Lake.
155 The knowledge explosion; preparing teachers for the '90s and beyond
Waack--William Lee (Class of 1949; Education Faculty)
Northern Iowa Today 73:2, p.12
1/1/1990 Director of Teacher Education discusses ways that UNI is training teachers to meet future challenges including culture, communication, and curriculum.
156 College credit course to be offered at Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids by the University of Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1989:318, p.1
12/22/1989 Professor Donna Raschke instructs a course at Kirkwood Community College for preschool and third grade teachers. Raschke will cover behavior management and discipline strategies for the classroom.
157 Two college level courses to be offered at Calmar by the University of Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1989:320, p.1
12/22/1989 Professors Marlene Strathe and Judy Beckman instruct two workshops at the Northeast Iowa Technical Institute. Topics covered include methods of educational research and the development of effective language arts programs.
158 University of Northern Iowa to offer language arts course in Storm Lake
Public Relations News Release 1989:321, p.1
12/22/1989 Professor Jeanne Harms holds a course on the instruction of oral and written language in the elementary setting. It will be the second course offered through the master of arts in education program offered in Storm Lake.
159 Three courses to be offered in Marshalltown by the University of Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1989:308, p.1
12/20/1989 Professor Key Lee instructs a three hour course on child development. Professors Charles Dedrick and Donna Raschke conduct a workshop on learning environments for special needs students. Sharon Smaldino instructs a course on group work strategies.
160 Program changes ahead
Meyer--Todd K.
Northern Iowan 86:28, p.3
12/12/1989 Dean Switzer outlines plan for making education program more sensitive to student needs.
161 School teachers and administrators from throughout the state attend conference at Northern Iowa to help improve teacher education program.
Public Relations News Release 1988:419, p.1
4/14/1989 The purpose of the conference, was to bring together cadre members from those school districts serving as student teaching centers and discuss ways of improving the University's teacher education program.
162 Minorities needed in education
Sheets--Kerry (Student--1988-1990)
Northern Iowan 85:33, p.1
1/31/1989 Dean Switzer talks about the Minorities in Teaching program.
163 New education minor created
Northern Iowan 85:15, p.12
10/18/1988 Minor includes teaching of math and science at elementary level.
164 Test required for education majors
Northern Iowan 85:15, p.1
10/18/1988 William Waack talks about the Pre-Professional Skills Test.
165 Teachers teaching teachers
Northern Iowa Today 16:3, p.8
9/1/1988 $511,000 grant will support improvement in mathematics teaching.
166 Northern Iowa to sponsor 20th annual Beginning Reading Conference April 22
Public Relations News Release 1987:361, p.1
4/11/1988 The twentieth Beginning Reading Conference is held in the Education Center, where Professor Lucy McCormick Calkine acts as keynote speaker. The conference is sponsored by the Department of Teaching and Price Lab School.
167 UNI student teachers serving in Iowa communities
Public Relations News Release 1987:339, p.1
4/4/1988 Two hundred seniors are given their student teaching assignments by their resident student teaching coordinators. Students must hold a 2.4 grade point average in their major field of study, and must be approved by the teacher education program.
168 Branstad talks on education
Northern Iowan 84:49, p.3
4/1/1988 Cites examples of his dedication to education; photo.
169 Senate establishes new council
Smith--Michael Joseph (Classes of 1986 and 1990)
Northern Iowan 84:49, p.1
4/1/1988 Establishes Council on Teacher Education; description of new council.
170 Faculty Senate dockets items to next meeting
Northern Iowan 84:47, p.1
3/18/1988 School of Business asks that credit from other institutions be transferable only if the experience is really comparable; ask name change for ROTC oversight committee; will consider teacher education governance; approve seat on Senate for Library.
171 UNI student teachers completing their service I Iowa communities
Public Relations News Release 1987:248, p.1
2/2/1988 Over two-hundred students begin their nine-week student teaching assignments in area schools. To be eligible for student teaching, participants must hold a 2.4 grade point average and take part in the teacher education program. Student teachers listed.
172 Master project: A program to re-train Iowa elementary school teachers in science and mathematics
Public Relations News Release 1987:226, p.1
1/21/1988 Elementary school teachers are invited to a series of math and science workshops held at UNI. Applicants should contact Glenn Nelson for more information.
173 University of Northern Iowa courses to be held at Iowa Central Community College
Public Relations News Release 1987:220, p.1
1/21/1988 Professors David McCalley, Barry Wilson, and Ronald Anderson instruct courses on educational psychology, science, and special education at the Iowa Central Community College.
174 University of Northern Iowa courses to be held at NITI
Public Relations News Release 1987:212, p.1
1/19/1988 Professors Thomas Reifschneider, Donna Raschke, and Bill Callahan lead courses on special education instructional psychology at the Northern Iowa Technical Institute. The course is offered by the Office of Continuing Education and Special Programs.
175 University of Northern Iowa o offer course at Eldora
Public Relations News Release 1987:213, p.1
1/19/1988 Rebecca Barrionuevo instructs a course in interpersonal relations and communication in education at Eldora Elementary. The course meets six human relations standards imposed on educators by the Department of Education.
176 University of Northern Iowa to offer a course at Tama
Public Relations News Release 1987:214, p.1
1/19/1988 Professor Ned Ratekin leads a course on reading evaluation in various subjects at the South Tama County High School. The course is offered by the Office of Continuing Education and Special Programs.
177 Northern Iowa 'master' program takes outdated teachers back to school
Public Relations News Release 1987:194, p.1
1/5/1988 Professors Glenn Nelson and Roy Unruh invite two-hundred Iowan elementary school teachers to the "Math and Science Teaching-Education Revitalization" program to reinforce their teaching abilities in science and mathematics.
178 Spinning a web; network will create education partnership
Blake--Debra J. (Class of 1977; Public Relations Staff)
Nonpareil 72:1, p.2
1/1/1988 Regional center system will be established in 1988; student teaching experience will be expanded to one semester; photo.
179 Faculty debate arises over course request
Northern Iowan 84:28, p.1
12/8/1987 Opposition to request of College of Education to add human relations course to General Education sequence; would allow teacher education majors to double count the course for both general education and their major course of study.
180 University of Northern Iowa's Mathematics and Computer Science Department to offer classes for spring 1988
Public Relations News Release 1987:150, p.1
11/20/1987 The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science holds evening classes on curriculum development, problem solving, learning problems, and teaching strategies.
181 UNI student teachers serving in Iowa communities
Public Relations News Release 1987:136, p.1
11/13/1987 Approximately one-hundred education majors begin their nine-week period of student teaching sessions at community schools. In order to be eligible, students must hold a 2.4 grade point average and be admitted to the teacher education program.
182 UNI claims top honors nationally
Hawes--Christine E. (Class of 1990)
Northern Iowan 84:18, p.10
10/27/1987 Honors for accounting program and teacher education.
183 UNI to hold workshop for social studies educators
Public Relations News Release 1987:58, p.1
10/1/1987 The Department of Geography organizes a workshop for social studies instructors. The conference features six instructional kits presented by Professors Jonathan Lu, James Fryman, Roy Chung, Robert Clark, and David May.
184 . . . UNISA defended as awake
Northern Iowan 84:10, p.2
9/29/1987 Claims that UNISA has been involved in the matter of the new professional sequence.
185 Students are asleep at UNI..
Sanders--David K.
Northern Iowan 84:10, p.3
9/29/1987 Sympathizes with recent letter on lengthening course of study, but finds letter a good example of being uninformed.
186 UNI student teachers completing their service in Iowa communities
Public Relations News Release 1987:55, p.1
9/29/1987 One-hundred and forty-nine students begin their nine-week student teaching assignments at community schools. To qualify for student teaching, participants must hold a grade point average of 2.4 or higher. Includes a list of student teachers.
187 Wubben outlines UNISA's actions regarding sequence
Wubben--Michelle (Class of 1989)
Northern Iowan 84:10, p.2
9/29/1987 States that UNISA has consistently opposed the new professional sequence.
188 New requirements cost students
Hawley--Michael C.
Northern Iowan 84:9, p.2
9/25/1987 Believes that new professional sequence and general education will keep students in school an extra year.
189 Faculty-wide meeting called to discuss new requirements
Hawes--Christine E. (Class of 1990)
Northern Iowan 84:5, p.1
9/11/1987 Faculty will reconsider teacher education sequence approved by Senate in spring.
190 The Human Element
McKinlay--Michael John (Classes of 1986 and 1990;
Northern Iowan 84:5, p.2
9/11/1987 Believes compromise can be met between professional sequence and general education.
191 Northern Iowa to offer a continuing education course in Atlantic
Public Relations News Release 1987:24, p.1
9/2/1987 Professor Charles May instructs a course on developing curriculums for small children. The course is held at Atlantic High School, and worth three semester hours of credit.
192 Northern Iowa to offer writing workshop in Strawberry Point
Public Relations News Release 1987:25, p.1
9/2/1987 Professor Judy Beckman leads a workshop on instructing reading and writing skills to gradeschoolers for three hours of credit. The workshop was held at Starmont Senior High School in Strawberry Point.
193 UNI to offer three continuing education courses in Ft. Dodge
Public Relations News Release 1987:26, p.1
9/2/1987 Professors Jeanne Harms, Don Schmits, and Linda Gleissner instruct courses on elementary literature, child psychology, and special education. The three courses are held in Fort Dodge for three hours of graduate or undergraduate credit.
194 University of Northern Iowa courses to be held at NITI
Public Relations News Release 1987:21, p.1
8/28/1987 Professors William Waack and Len Froyen instruct education courses at the Northeast Iowa Technical Institute. Waack instructed on oral interpretation of literature, and Froyen instructed on classroom discipline.
195 UNI conference helps math teachers become leaders
Public Relations News Release 1987:418, p.1
7/1/1987 A conference for math instructors is held at the University, lead by Larry Bradsby of the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics. The goal of the conference was to inspire math teachers to be role models for their students.
196 UNI is co-sponsor of the Lakeshore Wellness Conference
Public Relations News Release 1987:399, p.1
6/12/1987 A five-day health conference for Iowan educators is held in Storm Lake, organized by Professor Thomas Davis. The conference is meant to help teachers develop healthy lifestyles to pass on to their students.
197 Variety of workshops offered this summer at Price Lab School
Public Relations News Release 1987:397, p.1
6/11/1987 A series of education courses are held in Price Laboratory School. The courses are designed for football coaches, social studies instructors, elementary level literature teachers, and year book editors.
198 UNI to offer two continuing education courses in Iowa Falls
Public Relations News Release 1987:390, p.1
6/4/1987 Two education and human relations courses are held in Iowa Falls High School. Diagnostic Teaching of Reading and Language arts is instructed by Judy Moser. Professor Kay Stensrud instructs "Human Relations", which will cover the effects of discrimination.
199 UNI to offer two continuing education courses in Marshalltown
Public Relations News Release 1987:391, p.1
6/4/1987 Marshalltown Community College hosts two courses on human relations, and elementary curriculum. Professor Charles May instructs "Issues and Trends in Elementary Curriculum" for three credit hours. Professor Cheryl Budlong instructs "Human Relations".
200 UNI to hold informational meeting concerning graduate degree program
Public Relations News Release 1987:366, p.1
5/11/1987 Prospective participants in the Master of Arts in Science of Education Program attend an informational meeting at Iowa Central Community College. The program is designed for middle school, junior high, and high school science teachers.


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