UK College of Education<br />K-Week<br />August 24, 2010<br />Welcome<br />new students!<br />
Who are we?<br />College of Education<br />Community of outstanding faculty, staff, and students<br />Approx. 2500 student...
Majors <br />Undergraduate: Agriculture Education | Art Education |  Elementary Education | Family & Consumer Sciences |  ...
Majors (cont.)<br />Other School Personnel<br />Communication Disorders | Instructional Computer Technology | Instructiona...
History of College <br /><ul><li>1880: Kentucky General Assembly established a Normal School for the training of teachers ...
1908: Department of Education established, replacing the Normal School
1909: Named changed to the Teachers’ College
1911: A School of Education created in the College of Arts and Sciences
1923: The College of Education created with a four-year course of study
1924: First bachelor’s degree awarded
1930: The College of Education Building (later renamed the William S. Taylor Building) was completed
1949: First scholarship was instituted in the honor of the College’s first dean, William S. Taylor</li></li></ul><li><ul><...
1964: Frank G. Dickey Hall was dedicated
1972: The College of Education became a member of the Consortium for Overseas Student Teaching
1991: Central Kentucky Educational Cooperative recruited to college
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  • 2010 k week power point

    1. 1. UK College of Education<br />K-Week<br />August 24, 2010<br />Welcome<br />new students!<br />
    2. 2. Who are we?<br />College of Education<br />Community of outstanding faculty, staff, and students<br />Approx. 2500 students & 90 faculty<br />Quality programs that prepare our future health and education professionals<br />Innovative and meaningful research <br />Strong partnerships with schools and communities<br />
    3. 3. Majors <br />Undergraduate: Agriculture Education | Art Education |  Elementary Education | Family & Consumer Sciences |  Health Promotion |  Learning & Behavior Disorders | Middle School Education | Moderate & Severe Disabilities  |  Music Education.  Secondary Education (English, Math, Science, Social Studies).<br />Graduate<br />Initial Certification:Secondary Education (MIC Business & Marketing, MIC English, MIC Mathematics, MIC Science, MIC Social Studies), Interdisciplinary Early Childhood | Learning & Behavior Disorders | Moderate & Severe Disabilities | Teaching World Languages<br />Advanced Teacher Preparation:Art Education | Elementary Education | Health Education | Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education |  Music Education |  Middle School Education |  Physical Education | Secondary Education | Special Education<br />
    4. 4. Majors (cont.)<br />Other School Personnel<br />Communication Disorders | Instructional Computer Technology | Instructional Systems Design | Reading & Writing Specialist | School Media Librarian | School Psychology | School Social Worker<br />Leadership<br />Director of Special Education | Principal |  Superintendent | Supervisor of Instruction<br />Health Promotion<br /> Undergraduate<br />Health Promotion | Kinesiology | Kinesiology (P-12)<br /> Graduate<br />Biomechanics | Exercise Physiology | Exercise Science | Health Promotion | Sport Leadership | Teaching & Coaching<br />Specialized Graduate Programs<br />College Student Personnel | Counseling Psychology | Education Sciences | Educational Psychology | Higher Education | Policy Studies & Evaluation | Rehabilitation Counseling<br />
    5. 5. History of College <br /><ul><li>1880: Kentucky General Assembly established a Normal School for the training of teachers at the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Kentucky
    6. 6. 1908: Department of Education established, replacing the Normal School
    7. 7. 1909: Named changed to the Teachers’ College
    8. 8. 1911: A School of Education created in the College of Arts and Sciences
    9. 9. 1923: The College of Education created with a four-year course of study
    10. 10. 1924: First bachelor’s degree awarded
    11. 11. 1930: The College of Education Building (later renamed the William S. Taylor Building) was completed
    12. 12. 1949: First scholarship was instituted in the honor of the College’s first dean, William S. Taylor</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>1954: College of Education among first to receive accreditation from and become a founding member of the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE)
    13. 13. 1964: Frank G. Dickey Hall was dedicated
    14. 14. 1972: The College of Education became a member of the Consortium for Overseas Student Teaching
    15. 15. 1991: Central Kentucky Educational Cooperative recruited to college
    16. 16. 1998: College of Education celebrates 75th anniversary
    17. 17. 1998: Collaborative Center for Literacy Development established by Senate Bill 164
    18. 18. 1999: First Endowed Chair established
    19. 19. 2004: First Endowed Professorship established
    20. 20. 2010: Kentucky P20 Innovation Lab created</li></li></ul><li>“For the first time we are preparing students for a future we cannot clearly describe.”<br /> - David Warlick<br />
    21. 21. Did You Know?<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pMcfrLYDm2U<br />
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    24. 24. Student Success<br />Learning<br />Technology<br />Engagement<br />Student Success<br />Diversity & Globalization<br />Research<br />Resources<br />
    25. 25. P20 Issue-Based Labs<br />● Health & Wellness Lab<br />● Motivation & Learning Lab<br />● STEM Education Lab<br />● Technology Leadership Lab <br />●Telehealth Lab<br />● Global Issues Lab<br />● Assessment & Accountability Lab<br />● Civic Engagement Lab<br />● College & Career Readiness Lab<br />● Digital Game-Based Learning Lab<br />● Education Policy and Law Lab<br />
    26. 26. Starting with Kentucky, Maine, New York, Ohio, West Virginia, Wisconsin<br />A partnership of states and allies to design a new public education system<br />
    27. 27. No social advance rolls in on the wheels of inevitability. It comes through the tireless efforts and persistent work of dedicated individuals.Martin Luther King, Jr.<br />
    28. 28. P20’s Web site:<br />www.p20lab.org<br />Contacts: <br />Mary John O’Hair, Dean<br />UK College of Education<br />Phone: (859) 257-2813<br />Email: mjohair@uky.edu<br />Amanda Nelson, Communications Director<br />Kentucky P20 Innovation Lab<br />Phone: (859) 257-2351<br />Email: amanda.nelson@uky.edu<br />

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