2008 Events

2008

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Dec. 24-Jan. 1: University Holiday. Department will be closed.

Dec 12: Annual Department Holiday Luncheon for Faculty and Staff. 11:30 am - 2:30 pm, Palm Room at the Radisson Hotel.

Dec 10: 2008 Annual Conference for Teachers Grades K-12. UCI Writing Project, 1 Federation Way, Irvine. Information.

Dec. 8: MAT, Intern, and Teacher Credential Programs Information Session. 5:30 - 6:30 pm, Berkeley Place 1111.

Dec. 8: Department Colloquium: "Academic Emotions in Students’ Self-Regulated Learning and Achievement: A Program of Qualitative and Quantitative Research," presented by Reinhard Pekrun, Dr. Phil., Institute of Educational Psychology, University of Munich. 10:45-11:45 am, Berkeley Place 2001.

Dec. 4: Department Colloquium, presented by Stefanie Deluca, Ph.D., Department of Sociology, Johns Hopkins Universitiy. 10:15-11:45 am, Berkeley Place 2001.

Dec. 2: Department Colloquium, presented by Pamela Morris, Ph.D., Manpower Demonstration Research Corporation. 10:15-11:45 am, Berkeley Place 2001.

Dec. 1: UCI Cal TEACH Statement of Purpose Workshop. 6:00-7:30 pm, Berkeley Place 1111. Presenter: Joseph Maestas, Director of UCI Student Academic Advancement. RSVP to CALTEACH@UCI.EDU or call (949) 824-0689.

Nov. 25: Teachers of Tomorrow End of Quarter Potluck Dinner: Dessert with DoE Faculty. 7:00 pm, Berkeley Place 1121.

Nov. 20: Careers in Teaching Theme House Thanksgiving Potluck. 5:30 pm, Arroyo Vista.

Nov. 20: MAT, Intern, and Teacher Credential Programs Information Session. 5:00 - 6:00 pm, Social Ecology 112.

Nov. 15: Road to Teaching Conference. 8:00-3:00 pm, Santa Ana College.

Nov. 13: MAT, Intern, and Teacher Credential Programs Information Session. 5:00 - 6:30 pm, Humanities Instructional Building (HIB) Room 105. Pizza will be provided.

Nov. 13: Application Help Day. Berkeley Place 2008. For further information please contact Teri Tosspon at teri.tosspon@uci.edu. No RSVP necessary.

Nov. 10: MAT, Intern, and Teacher Credential Programs Information Session. 5:00 - 6:30 pm, Schneiderman Lecture Hall (HSLH – Bldg 501) Room 200.

Nov. 6: EPSC Brownbag Series: "Teaching Literacy Through the Arts." 12:30 - 1:30 pm, Berkeley Place 2001A. Presented by Liane Brouillette, Ph.D.

Nov. 5: Department Colloquium. "Determinants of Math Performance for At-Risk Students." 10:00-11:30 am, Berkeley Place 2001A. Presented by Paul Morgan, Ph.D., Penn State University.

Nov. 3: Cal Teach Resume Workshop. 6:00-7:00 pm, Career Center's Training Room. RSVP to calteach@uci.edu.

Oct. 30: EPSC Brownbag Series: "Immigrant Youth Organizations as Territories of Exclusion and Inclusion: A Case Study of Colombian Youth Acculturation Expectations.” 12:30-1:30 pm, Berkeley Place 2001A. Presented by Claudia G. Pineda, Ph.D.

Oct. 28: Teachers of Tomorrow Presentation by Joe Maestas: "Writing Your Statement of Purpose to Get Accepted to Graduate School." 8:00 pm, BP 1121.

Oct. 27: MAT, Intern, and Teacher Credential Programs Information Session. 5:30-6:30 pm, Berkeley Place 1111.

Oct. 23: EPSC Brownbag: "Widening Educational Participation: Gender, Subjectivity, and Experience," presented by Penny Burke. 12:30 - 1:30, Berkeley Place 2001A.

Oct. 22: TEACH Academy Visit. 9:00 - 2:30 pm. Credential Program to host Century High School students from the SAUSD.

Oct. 22: Leadership Council Meeting, Theme "After-School Programs." 11:30 -1:30 pm, BP 3200.

Oct. 20: Colloquium: "Digital Literacies for Youth: Understanding Youth Literacy and Identity through Digital Storytelling." 11:00 -12:30 pm, BP 2001A. Presented by Althea Scott Nixon.

Oct. 14: Population, Society, and Inequality, Fall Colloquium Series. 12:00 - 1:00 pm, SSPB 4206. Greg Duncan, Distinguished Professor of Education will be presenting "Early Childhood Poverty and Adult Attainment, Behavior and Health" (with Kathleen M. Ziol-Guest and Ariel Kalil). Open to the public.

Oct. 16: EPSC Brown Bag: "Peer Effects Among College Roomates." 12:30 - 1:30 pm, Berkeley Place 2001A. The Educational Policy and Social Context brownbag this week will feature Greg Duncan discussing his recent research on college roommates.

Oct. 10: Poster Presentation of Research by Cohort 1 Ph.D. Students. 10:30-12:30, Berkeley Place 2009

Oct. 9: EPSC Brownbag: Cohort 1 Ph.D. Student Trial Run of Research Poster Presentations. 12:30 - 1:30, Berkeley Place 2001A.

Oct. 2: EPSC Brown Bag: Dr. George Farkas, "Early Inequality." 12:30 - 1:30 pm, Berkeley Place 2001A. Open to the public.

Sept. 30: Teachers of Tomorrow Meeting. 8:00 pm, Berkeley Place 1121. Open to all students and the public.

Sept. 29: MAT, Intern, and Teacher Credential Programs Information Session. 5:30-6:30 pm, Berkeley Place 1111.

Sept. 25: Fall Quarter 2008 Instruction Begins.

Sept. 24: Teacher Credential Program Barbecue. 4:00-6:30 pm, Berkeley Place Courtyard.

Sept. 24: Cal Teach Open House. 11:00 am - 2:00 pm, Cal Teach Resource and Advising Center, 137 Biological Sciences Administration.

Sept. 22: Ph.D. Orientation for Cohort 2. 8:00 am - 4:00 pm, Berkeley Place.

Sept. 19: State of the Department Address. 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm, Berkeley Place 1131.

Sept 13: CSET Examination.

Aug. 29: End of Summer Session (10 week session).

Aug. 22: Multiple Subject Credential Program New Candidate Orientation. 8:00 am-12:00 noon, Mariners Elementary, 2100 Mariners Drive, Newport Beach.

Aug. 20: THINK Together Volunteer Open House. 5:30 pm-8:00 pm, 2100 East Fourth Street, Suite 105, Santa Ana.

Aug. 19: Candidate/Advisor Orientation (ED 307/317 Fall 2008). 7:00 pm-9:00 pm, 2009 Berkeley Place.

Aug. 18: Single Subject Credential Program New Candidate Orientation. 8:30 am-12:00 noon, Costa Mesa High School, 2650 Fairview.

Aug. 16: Multimedia Project Exhibit. 9:00-10:30 am, 2009 Berkeley Place. Second year MAT students will present 34 original creations demonstrating how multimedia can enhance teaching and learning.

Aug. 16: Student Parent Orientation Program (SPOP) Resource Fair. Representatives from the department will be at the Student Center, patio lawn area, answering questions from incoming parents and students. on SPOP.

Aug. 13: Creating Classrooms that Work for Children with ADHD by Dr. Ron Kitkin. 7:00-9:00 pm, UCI Child Development Center School Trailer, 19262 Jamboree Road.

Aug. 13: Multimedia Project Exhibit. 4:00-6:00 pm, 1131 Berkeley Place. Second year MAT students will present 34 original creations demonstrating how multimedia can enhance teaching and learning.

Aug. 12: Student Parent Orientation Program (SPOP) Resource Fair. Representatives from the department will be at the Student Center, patio lawn area, answering questions from incoming parents and students. on SPOP.

Aug. 7: Student Parent Orientation Program (SPOP) Resource Fair. Representatives from the department will be at the Student Center, patio lawn area, answering questions from incoming parents and students. on SPOP.

Aug 4: Writing Project Summer Youth Programs Session 3 Begins.

Aug 4 -Aug 8: UCI Writing Project for Teachers. Best of Pathway: Teaching Strategic Reading and Analytical Writing to Inexperienced Secondary Students and English Language Learners by Sharon Schiesl, Pat Clark, and Chuck Ogle.

Aug 3: Student Parent Orientation Program (SPOP) Resource Fair. Representatives from the department will be at the Student Center, patio lawn area, answering questions from incoming parents and students. on SPOP.

July 30: Multiple Subjects Candidates' Drop-in Brownbag. 12:00-1:00, 2009 Berkeley Place. Hosted by Director Susan Meyers and Coordinator Christina Giguiere. Drinks and dessert provided.

July 30: Student Parent Orientation Program (SPOP) Resource Fair. Representatives from the department will be at the Student Center, patio lawn area, answering questions from incoming parents and students. on SPOP.

July 28-Aug 1: UCI Writing Project for Teachers. Using 6 Traits Writing Assessment to Teach the Genres of Writing in the California English/Language Arts Content Standards, Grades 6-12 by Carol Mooney.

July 26: Student Parent Orientation Program (SPOP) Resource Fair. Representatives from the department will be at the Student Center, patio lawn area, answering questions from incoming parents and students. on SPOP.

July 22: Student Parent Orientation Program (SPOP) Resource Fair. Representatives from the department will be at the Student Center, patio lawn area, answering questions from incoming parents and students. on SPOP.

July 21-25: UCI Writing Project for Teachers. Implementing 6 Traits Writing Assessment in the Primary Classroom by Leslie Terry.

July 17: Student Parent Orientation Program (SPOP) Resource Fair. Representatives from the department will be at the Student Center, patio lawn area, answering questions from incoming parents and students. on SPOP.

July 7-11: UCI Writing Project for Teachers. Academic Vocabulary for English Learners in Grades 3-8.

July 14: Writing Project Summer Youth Programs Session 2 Begins.

June 23: Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Program Classes Begin.

June 23: Writing Project Summer Youth Programs Session 1 Begins.

June 7: Graduate Commencement. Doors open at 3:30. 4:00-6:30. Bren Events Center. Free Parking. Reception follows recessional.

June 5: Credential Program Recognition Ceremony. Doors open at 5:30 pm. 6:30-8:00 pm. Bren Events Center.

Upcoming Teacher Credential Information Sessions. May 27. RSVP online or call (949) 824-3348 to reserve your spot.

May 27: Celebrate our traditional End-of Year Potluck. 7:00 pm, Berkeley Place 1121. Presented by Teachers of Tomorrow.

May 22-23: STEM Education Research Designs: Research Designs Supporting Causal Inferences. Arlington, Virginia.

May 14: Arroyo Vista Careers in Teaching Theme House: Field Experience Retrospective. 5:30 pm. Join UCI students for a barbecue dinner and multi-media presentation of their 2008 activities with the Orange County Children's Therapeutic Art Center. RSVP at ajyamagu@uci.edu, 949-824-4022.

May 13: Credential Application Workshop. 5:30-7:00 pm, Berkeley Place 1131. RSVP at gseinfo@uci.edu.

May 10: Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Information Session. 10:00-12:00, Berkeley Place 1111. Required for all newly-admitted students.

April 29: Teaching Abroad: Opportunities and Adventures! 8:00-9:30 pm, Berkeley Place 1121. Teachers of Tomorrow.

April 25: "Hybrid Literacies and Identities in Online Fan Fiction Spaces." Presentation by Assistant Professor Rebecca Black. 10:00 am, CAL IT² Auditorium. Culture of Virtual Worlds Conference.

April 21: Meet and Greet - Mentor Teachers and Cal Teach Scholars. 4:30-7:30 pm, CFEP, 5171 California Avenue. Mandatory for all Physical Science 5 and Biological Science 14 Students.

April 21: Department Colloquium. 10:30-12:00, BP 2001A. Judith Sandholtz, Ph.D., Associate Professor, UC Riverside School of Education.

April 19: Wayzgoose Medieval Faire. 8 am - 5 pm, Aldrich Park. Come enjoy UC Irvine. Earth Day celebration, classic car show, games and rides, university information, and more. DOE-hosted open house from 1:00 to 2:00 pm in Woods Cove A/B at the Student Union. Events and Parking are FREE. For : www.uci.edu/celebrate.

April 15: Conversation with Crystal Kochendorfer, 1967 Graduate of DOE's 1st Credential Class. 8:00 pm, Berkeley Place 1121. Teachers of Tomorrow.

April 8: Cal Teach Resource and Advising Center Open House. 11:00 - 1:00 pm, Biological Sciences Admin, Suite 137. Please RSVP by Monday, March 31 to calteach@uci.edu or (949) 824-0689. Hors d' oeuvres and refreshments will be served.

April 8: Kevin Kumashiro Lecture and Booksigning. 1:00 pm Cross-Cultural Center, Ring Room. Please visit www.ccc.uci.edu for additional details.

March 31: Colloquium by Claudia Pineda, Ph.D Latin American Studies Program, Cornell University. 10:30 - 12:00 pm, Berkeley Place 2001A.

March 25: Intern Orientation. Open to incoming Spring Interns. 5:00 pm, Berkeley Place 2009. Please call (949) 824-8026 for more information.

March 13: Public Lecture by Dr. David Perkins. "Knowledge To Go: What's Worth Learning in K-12 and the University." 5:00 pm, CAL IT² Auditorium. Reception immediately after the Lecture. RSVP to gse-comm@uci.edu.

March 4: How to Become a Teacher Information Session. 5:00 -- 6:00 pm, PSCB 210.

March 5: How to Become a Teacher Information Session. 5:30 -- 7:30 pm, Berkeley Place 1111. RSVP online or call (949)824-3348 to reserve your spot.

March 4: How to Become a Teacher Information Session. 5:00 -- 6:00 pm, PSCB 210.

February 26: Art Exhibition and Reception. 5:00 pm, Berkeley Place North, 2nd Floor Lobby. For information please call (949) 824-3361.

February 25: Colloquium, Janice Gobert, Ph. D., Research Associate Professor of Learning Sciences, Worchester Polytechnic University. 10:30 am -- 12:00 noon, Berkeley Place 2001A.

February 25: Presentation by Alyson Hoberecht, Student Program Facilitator, Garden Grove. 8:00 pm, Berkeley Place 1121. Topic: "Classrooms That Work." Presented by Teachers of Tomorrow.

February 25: How to Become a Teacher Information Session. 5:30 -- 7:30 pm, Student Center: Room Moss Cove A.

February 25: Presentation by Alyson Hoberecht, Student Program Facilitator, Garden Grove. 8:00 pm, Berkeley Place 1121. Topic: "Classrooms That Work." Presented by Teachers of Tomorrow.

February 13: Credential and MAT Information Session. 5:30 -- 7:30 pm, Berkeley Place 1111. RSVP online or call (949)824-3348 to reserve your spot.

February 5: Presentation by 2007 California Teacher of the Year, Dawna Countryman. 8:00 pm, ELH 100. Presented by Teachers of Tomorrow.

Jan. 9: Educational Research Brownbag. 12:00 - 1:00 pm, Berkeley Place 2001. Topic: Fellowship Funding.