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Wednesday Update – November 14, 2018
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Info Session for Spring Branch ISD – Thursday, November 15th
Post Graduation: The Next Step in Your Education Career. See attachment.
UF Master of Health Administration Open House – Friday, November 16th
Learn how YOU can make a difference with the UF MHA Program. Register Now! https://hsrmp.phhp.ufl.edu/
International Education Week – November 12-16, 2018
Please join us this Friday, November 16th, 2018, from 12:30pm-2:30pm located at Friendship Plaza on the northeast side of the COE library at Norman Village to celebrate International Education Week! Food and fun to celebrate International Education Week!
Global Edugators T-shirts can be purchased here: http://printingiscool.limitedrun.com available until 12/1/18. Check out the design!
Student Intern Reception (Broward County) – Monday, November 19th
Representatives from Talent Acquisition/Instructional will be presenting valuable information about your transition to Broward County Public Schools. Topics presented will include application procedures, certification, compensation and new teacher support.
Donuts with the Deans – Thursday, November 29th, 9:30-11:00am
4th Annual SESPECS Research to Practice Symposium – Friday, November 30th, 10am-1pm
The Fourth Annual SESPECS Research-to-Practice Symposium will focus on bringing together all of our Special Education, School Psychology, and Early Childhood Studies graduate students with faculty from within and outside of UF’s College of Education in a professional conference-like environment. Dr. Michael Coyne will serve as our keynote speaker highlighting his work in vocabulary development within an MTSS framework. Following our keynote presentation, refreshments will be served and students will display their own research work during a poster session. We cordially invite all UF College of Education faculty and students to attend this event.
International Education Week T-Shirts
In celebration of International Education Week, Global EduGator T-Shirts are available for purchase. Please go to the online store to make your selection, http://printingiscool.limitedrun.com/.
Libraries Charity Drive
Greetings! Our annual Charity Drive is going on now. You can find donation boxes located throughout the library branches for you to place your donations. See attachment for a list of items needed.
Graduate assistantships in Youth Development & Family Sciences
Are you interested in becoming an academic, non-profit, or federal agency researcher? Our graduate students are focused on cutting edge topics that will make them competitive across a range of prevention science opportunities. See attachment for details.
Assistantships are available, and the deadline for applications is January 15. For questions, please contact Coordinator of Academic Programs, Gregg Henderschiedt, at email@example.com or Graduate Coordinator, David Diehl at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IES Education Policy Postdoctoral Position
The Education Policy Initiative (EPI) seeks candidates interested in deepening their knowledge of rigorous, applied quantitative education policy research for a two-year postdoctoral fellowship. We will accept applications submitted online. Please visit our website for instructions. We will begin reviewing applications on November 1 and will continue until the positions are filled. See attachment for additional details.
Employment & Internship Opportunities
Graduate Assistant Position
The Institute of Higher Education is looking for a graduate research assistant who can conduct data collection and policy analysis related to state financing of colleges and universities.
The graduate research assistant (GRA) will operate within a multi-university team of policy researchers. Primary responsibilities include data collection and coding, collaborating with team members, reporting progress and results. Regular tasks will require GRA to interpret policy-related documents and state budget documents.
The role requires contextual knowledge (minimum) of public finance and budgets as well as clear and concise communication skills. The GRA will collect data in Word and Excel and report information to team members, including other GRAs and faculty team members. Other administrative and research-oriented duties incidental to the work tasks may be assigned.
If interested please apply at https://jobs.ufl.edu/ and reference requisition 509251.
Graduate Assistant Position
The Institute of Higher Education is looking for a graduate research assistant to engage campus-based practitioners as part of a guided student pathways study. The graduate research assistant (GRA) will collaborate with the UF-based research team to provide evidence-based recommendations regarding best practices when using guided pathways as academic plans at four-year universities. The GRA will interview higher education practitioners to identify best practices and conduct basic research tasks, such as annotated bibliographies and literature reviews.
The role requires previous research experience as well as clear and concise communication skills. The GRA will collect and disseminate information from partner institutions and generate reports in Word and Excel to document findings. Other administrative and research-oriented duties incidental to the work tasks may be assigned. Minimum Requirements: Bachelor’s degree; Demonstrated ability to conduct basic research tasks and engage in clear and concise communication with stakeholders. If interested please apply at jobs.ufl.edu and reference requisition 509228.
Paid Summer Teaching Fellowship in NYC
Our team partners with PreK-12 low-income schools across NYC to deliver high-quality academic summer learning programs. Our Teaching Fellows receive 40 hours of intensive training and are provided with support for an entire month to prepare an enriching experience for the children we serve. In the last three years, we’ve hired well over 200 college Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors and Graduate students to teach in our schools.
This summer, Teaching Fellows will be paid $18 per hour and can expect to earn ~$3,000 – $4,000 pre-tax from June 11th to August 11th. To learn more and apply for our Teaching Fellowship, please visit: https://www.practicemakesperfect.org/summer
The deadline to apply for our 2019 Teaching Fellowship is Friday, March 1st.
Union County High School – Lake Butler, Florida
UCHS has two full-time instructional positions available for the 2018-2019 school year:
- English Language Arts teacher (Grade 10)
- This position is currently filled by a long-term sub and is available immediately.
- Intensive Reading teacher
- This position will be available on November 26.
For more information please contact Julee Ricketson at email@example.com, or visit http://union.k12.fl.us/Departments/Personnel-Department to apply.
Putnam County School District’s Job Openings – Application Deadline: Until Filled *unless otherwise noted
Teacher, FourthJenkins Middle School
Teacher, Civics 5-9 ESOL Preferred
*Application Deadline: November 13, 2018
Miller Middle School
Teacher, Social Studies
Price Middle School
Childcare – Tutoring
I am currently looking for a caregiver for my 22 year old son who is diagnosed with Down’s Syndrome. Our current need is for the following:
– Hours: 3:30- 5:30pm Monday- Friday
– Clean driving record
– Safe and reliable transportation
– Must be able to pass all background checks
– Must be reliable
– Must be responsible, patient, offer guidance, be fun, and love to laugh
Our son is funny and goofy and and working on learning how to be an adult. We would like the applicant to be willing to help him with this journey. Work will include picking him up from his day program at 3:30 and then working with him until we come home at 5:30. We want someone who will guide him through daily living skill (but NOT DO these things for him). Also someone who will have fun with him and treat him like he is a young adult. Our son loves to be out in the community, he loves music and movies, and being goofy.
We are willing to hire more than one person if you cannot work all 5 days. If you are interested please contact Elizabeth Gutierrez firstname.lastname@example.org
Live-in nanny/Au Pair
Looking to offer a room (furnished or otherwise) in my home in exchange for part-time childcare help for my two boys ages 7 and 5. I am a single mother with shared custody, so there would be approximately 3 days a week when the children are not in the home (Monday morning until Thursday after school). Responsibilities would mirror that of an Au Pair: childcare help, especially on weekends, supervision and assistance with homework, chores, and home projects (like gardening or creative building).
Light household chores would be required, but mostly to set an example and model habits of participation and organization to the children. They are capable of their age-appropriate chores and are encouraged at all times to participate in every aspect of respecting and caring for our home ie. straightening up, taking out trash/compost/recycling, loading and unloading dishwasher, setting the table, learning to cook/bake/sew, collecting/sorting/and putting away laundry, cleaning their own rooms/messes, watering plants, basic yard work, etc.
Requirements: Good communication skills, a positive vibe, tidy habits, previous experience working with children, safe driving record, good references, non-smoker, and reliable vehicle. A native or fluent speaker of either German or Spanish preferred (this is a multilingual home). Please contact Geraecka at email@example.com with references/resume, personal expectations, and what you are excited to contribute as a new member of our family.
Childcare opportunity – Spring Semester
We are seeking a responsible, fun, experienced childcare provider to work Mondays approximately 1:30-4:30pm to care for and transport our 9-year old daughter. She is easy, down to earth, and enjoys cooking, nature, reading, and art. Starting Jan 7th. NW Gainesville. 15$/hour. Also, occasionally need evenings and other days. Must have reliable vehicle and a clean driving record. Please reply to firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
Looking to hire a reliable person to babysit our 3 year old son a few days a week starting immediately. Would prefer Tuesday and/or Thursday from 8am to 4pm with some variability in hours. Responsibilities would primarily be for our preschooler but would need some after school assistance with 10 year old twins on a rare occasion. Some light household chores would be required at times (general straightening up, folding toddlers clothes, some dishes, etc)
Spring 2019 – Courses and Seminars
EDG 4910: Education Undergraduate Research (in School Mental Health)
Dr. Joni Splett’s research focuses on the prevention and intervention of emotional and behavioral concerns for youth in schools. She is currently working on projects related to universal mental health screening, child and adolescent mental health service utilization trends in school and community settings, expanding multi-tiered systems of support to be inclusive of mental health promotion, prevention and intervention (Interconnected Systems Framework), and continued development and testing of a cognitive-behavioral, self-regulatory intervention for girls in middle school demonstrating relationally aggressive behaviors and their families called GIRLSS (Growing Interpersonal Relationships through Learning and Systemic Supports).
To participate in this research you will need to sign up for the spring 2019 course EDG 4910 (see attachment). Please email email@example.com to receive an application. Applications are currently being accepted. Additional Course details can be found here.
African Americans in Paris Spring Break Class
Dr. Sharon Austin, Director of the African American Studies Program and Professor of Political Science, is teaching an African Americans in Paris class during spring break 2019. Students can earn 2-3 hours of credit hour and the course is open to all students, all majors, and to both graduate and undergraduate students. In Paris, we will visit a number of historic sites of significance to African Americans. The $2750 cost for undergraduates doesn’t include airfare, but does include lodging, some meals, transportation in Paris, and tickets to all of the site visits. Please contact Dr. Austin at firstname.lastname@example.org or click here for more information. If interested, please apply here.
EDG 6931: Doctoral Seminar on Rural Education
Although nearly one-third of Florida’s schools are considered “rural” following US education definitions of rurality (NCES, 2004, 2006), we know very little about how schools function in rural settings (Nugent, Kunz, Sheridan, Glover, & Knoch, 2017) and ways to improve learning for rural students. This advanced graduate level seminar explores rural education, and unpacks ‘rurality’, stereotypes and beliefs surrounding rural schools. Additional course details here.
- Reserve Group Study Rooms at the Education Library— http://cms.uflib.ufl.edu/studyroom
- Try out the DIE CUTS in the Education Library
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