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Upcoming Events

  • Virtual Grad Fair: Counselor Education PhD

    Virtual

    Join Dr. Ann Shillingford-Butler to learn more about the UCF Counselor Education PhD program.

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  • FTCE Mathematics workshop 4

    Virtual

    Competency 3—Knowledge of algebraic thinking and the coordinate plane Determine whether two algebraic expressions are equivalent by applying properties of operations or equality. Identify an algebraic expression, equation, or inequality that models a real-world situation. Solve equations and inequalities (e.g., linear, quadratic) graphically or algebraically. Determine and solve equations or inequalities, graphically or algebraically, in real-world problems. Graph and interpret …

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  • Read for the Record 2021

    Virtual

    Read for the Record 2021 Join us to learn about Read for the Record and activities you could implement along with this year's Jumpstart book selection, Amy Wu and the Patchwork Dragon by Kat Zhang. Presenter: Dr. Spalding and Mrs. Kay

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  • Virtual Grad Fair: Teacher Education Graduate Programs

    Virtual

    Join faculty and staff from the UCF School of Teacher Education to learn more about the following graduate degree programs: Early Childhood Development and Education Elementary Education Exceptional Student Education Art Education Reading Education English Language Arts Education K-8 Mathematics and Science Education Social Science Education Mathematics Education Science Education Initial Teacher Professional Preparation

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  • CPNM Director, Dr. Maritza Concha, Presents a CCIE LED Talk

    Morgridge International Reading Center

    Dr. Martiza Concha will be one of 12 speakers during this CCIE LED talk! This CCIE event will be a platform where researchers from each department can discuss their research and its relevance in the post-pandemic. These presentations will highlight the social impact of their investigation and its direct benefit for Orlando and its neighboring communities. The expectation of this …

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  • K-12 OCPS ELA Resources for Teachers

    Virtual

    K-12 OCPS ELA Resources for Teachers: Explore the various ELA resources and materials available in Orange County Public Schools! Presenter: Mandy Butterfield

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  • UDL: Making Lessons Accessible to ALL Students

    Virtual

    UDL: Making Lessons Accessible to ALL Students: During this session you will learn how to create lessons, activities, and assessments that will engage all students using universal design for learning principles. Presenter: Dr. Dena Slanda

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  • FTCE Mathematics workshop 5

    Virtual

    Competency 3—Knowledge of algebraic thinking and the coordinate plane Determine whether two algebraic expressions are equivalent by applying properties of operations or equality. Identify an algebraic expression, equation, or inequality that models a real-world situation. Solve equations and inequalities (e.g., linear, quadratic) graphically or algebraically. Determine and solve equations or inequalities, graphically or algebraically, in real-world problems. Graph and interpret …

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  • SPA Student Town Hall with Dr. Doug Goodman

    UCF Downtown: DPAC 161 and Virtual

    Have your questions on all things School of Public Administration answered by SPA's Director, Dr. Doug Goodman at the upcoming Student Town Hall. This event is IN-PERSON at UCF Downtown in the DPAC Moot Court Room (Room 106). All SPA undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to attend. Students who are unable to attend in-person can participate virtually via Zoom. …

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  • Coding Fun with Dash Robots

    Education Complex: Curriculum Materials Center

    Coding Fun with Dash Robots: Join us in the CMC Library to learn Dash basics for classroom coding fun. Presenter: Amy Dovydaitis

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  • Urban and Regional Planning Program’s Fall Distinguished Lecture Series (Recurring Event)

    Virtual

    The UCF Master of Science in Urban and Regional Planning Program presents a two evening lecture series event on October 27 and 28, 2021 at 6 p.m.Day One: Wednesday, October 27, 2021,at 6:00 p.m. ET,Dr. Ayoung Woo presents a discussion on, "Who Believes and Why They believe: Rethinking of the Causal Direction of Subsidized Housing Impacts on Neighborhoods."Description: Planners and …

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  • Urban and Regional Planning Program’s Fall Distinguished Lecture Series (Recurring Event)

    Virtual

    The UCF Master of Science in Urban and Regional Planning Program presents a two evening lecture series event on October 27 and 28, 2021 at 6 p.m.Day One: Wednesday, October 27, 2021,at 6:00 p.m. ET,Dr. Ayoung Woo presents a discussion on, "Who Believes and Why They believe: Rethinking of the Causal Direction of Subsidized Housing Impacts on Neighborhoods."Description: Planners and …

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  • 6-12 B.E.S.T. Foundational Reading Intervention Standards

    Virtual

    6-12 B.E.S.T. Foundational Reading Intervention Standards: Come learn about the new standards for secondary students. Resources will be shared demonstrating how to teach phonics skills to older students while maintaining integrity and building confidence. Presenter: Kimberly Menard, Seminole County Public Schools

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  • Public Conversation on Critical Race Theory (Session 1 of 2)

    Virtual

    Join Dr. Thomas Bryer and Master of Public Administration (MPA) students for the first of a two-part conversation on Critical Race Theory (CRT). Following prior sessions by Dr. Bryer and students on institutional racism and vaccine hesitancy, these conversations explore Critical Race Theory as a formative juncture in public policy outside the noise of political preconceptions. By developing strategies to …

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  • Elementary Education Internship I Seminar

    Virtual

    All Fall 2021 Elementary Education Internship I students are required to attend the mandatory internship seminar from 9:30am -11:30am via Webcourses. Continue to check your internship I Webcourse for updates. Professional dress required.

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  • Fall CPNM Eminent Scholar Lecture Series featuring Dr. Pablo Rodriguez Bilella

    Virtual

    Join us Tuesday, November 9, 2021 at 9 a.m. Dr. Pablo Rodriguez-Bilella, CONICET Faculty of Social Sciences National University of San Juan, Argentina, will serve as this year's Fall's Eminent Scholar Lecturer.Presenting to a global audience, his lecture, titled, Participatory evaluation in Latin America: principles and good practices, will discuss participatory evaluation functions as an approach that enables programs to …

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  • Teacher Certification in Florida

    Virtual

    Teacher Certification in Florida: Next Steps and Navigating the FL-DOE Process Presenter: Bonnie Toffoli, OCPS

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  • FTCE Mathematics workshop 6

    Virtual

    Competency 4—Knowledge of probability, statistics, and data interpretation Analyze data presented in various forms (e.g., histograms, bar graphs, circle graphs, pictographs, line plots, tables) to solve problems. Analyze and evaluate how the presentation of data can lead to different or inappropriate interpretations in the context of a real-world situation. Calculate range, mean, median, and mode of data sets. Interpret the …

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  • Equitable Classroom Practices

    Virtual

    Equitable Classroom Practices: What does it mean to teach with equity in mind? Explore strategies to support positive classroom experiences for ALL students. Presenter: Pam Ferrante, Seminole County Public Schools

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  • Public Conversation on Critical Race Theory (Session 2 of 2)

    Virtual

    Join Dr. Thomas Bryer and Master of Public Administration (MPA) students for the second in a two-part conversation on Critical Race Theory (CRT). Following prior sessions by Dr. Bryer and students on institutional racism and vaccine hesitancy, these conversations explore Critical Race Theory as a formative juncture in public policy outside the noise of political preconceptions. By developing strategies to …

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  • FTCE Mathematics workshop 7

    Virtual

    Final Review of all competencies: Competency 1—Knowledge of number sense, concepts, and operations Competency 2—Knowledge of geometry and measurement Competency 3—Knowledge of algebraic thinking and the coordinate plane Competency 4—Knowledge of probability, statistics, and data interpretation

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  • K-12 OCPS ELA Resources for Teachers

    Virtual

    K-12 OCPS ELA Resources for Teachers Presenter: Mandy Butterfield

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  • PLCs & Collaborative Teams

    Virtual

    PLCs & Collaborative Teams - Participants will engage in the work of a collaborative team. They will focus on how colleagues interact and support each other so that all teachers and students reach their highest potential. Presenter: Claire Steele

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  • Internship II/Graduate & Alumni Virtual Education Career Fair

    Virtual

    Dress professionally and have copies of your resume, as you will have the ability to meet and introduce yourself to many representatives from school districts all across Florida. We also invite any Alumnis to join us for this event. Additional information will be sent to you through your knights email and webcourses.

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  • Orientation Intern II/Grad 10am-1pm via Zoom

    Virtual

    All Spring 2022 Intern II/Grad students are required to attend the mandatory Virtual UCF internship orientation from 10:00am – 1:00pm. Access link will be sent to your knights email. Professional dress required.

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