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Posted April 15, 2019 by SET Admin
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The School of Education and Technology is making a concerted effort to use open and free books. The field of educational technology leads initiatives aimed at making education more affordable, and the MA in Learning and Technology is deeply enmeshed in that work. Case in point: one of the School’s long-time collaborators, Dr.

Posted March 13, 2019 by Doug Hamilton
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Programs in the School of Education and Technology have always placed an emphasis on building cohort-wide learning communities where learners and faculty members share knowledge, experience, and resources amongst themselves. In recent years, faculty and staff have an introduced an opportunity for learners who are in different programs in SET to meet one another and to begin building some initial inter-cohort connections via a World Café dialogue process.

According to Brown and Isaacs (2005), the World Café is an:

Posted February 15, 2019 by George Veletsianos

Growing up, I had the great fortune of spending time with my maternal great-grandmother. Her name was, Styliani, or Stella for short, though no grandchild or great-grandchild would ever consider call her anything other than γιαγιά (giagia), the Greek equivalent of granny. One vivid memory I have of γιαγιά involves her expressing her hope to see me become a schoolteacher. I was nine years old when she passed, but I return to this memory often.

Tags: Education
Posted January 17, 2019 by Tamara Leary

Happy New Year!

One of SET’s goals for 2019 is to engage with our students and campus community on a more regular basis through a school blog, this being the first one.  You can expect a blog from one of our faculty , staff,  or students in the middle of each month offering you everything from School updates, different perspectives on topical issues, and resources you might find of

Posted May 30, 2018 by SET Admin

The School of Education and Technology invites staff and faculty to attend MAHEAL students' poster presentations that will showcase their research projects. These cohorts of students began their program in June 2016, and are now in the final stages of completing the 2 yr. program.

A program requirement during their 2nd residency is to showcase their research project via a poster presentation. Each student will present their respective poster (20 minutes) and be available to answer questions.

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