Friday, October 17, 2008

4th CESTL Invited Speakers

4th Conference of Elementary-Secondary Teaching & Learning

***C E S T L***

9:20am-9:50am, Dec 13
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Arnold Dodge
Keynote Address: The Meaning of Teaching

Dr. Arnold Dodge is Assistant Professor and Chair of the Department of Educational Leadership and Administration, Long Island University, C.W. Post Campus, Brookville, N.Y. He served in the public schools for 37 years as a teacher, principal, curriculum administrator and superintendent. He has chaired numerous high-stakes testing forums and has lectured in the public schools and at the university on the impact of high stakes testing on classroom and school environments. Dr, Dodge is currently working on a project with the Associate Director of the Health, Emotions and Behavior Laboratory at Yale University, researching the relationship between performance on standardized tests and teacher and student stress. Dr, Dodge will give a talk titled "The Meaning of Teaching: the Art of Teaching."

11:35am-12:30pm, Dec 13
Invited Special Symposium
Teaching & Learning: A perspective from LIU Professors
Dr. Andrea Mcloughlin (Associate Professor of Education)
Dr. Joan Walker (Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology)
Dr. Shaireen Rasheed (Associate Professor of Education)
Dr. Efleda Tolentino (Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education)
Dr. Dengting Boyanton (Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology)

This Special Symposium will be given by our own LIU professors. This symposium will provide our students with a different perspective on teaching and learning at the higher education level from the professors' perspective. Four LIU professors will share their experiences and perspectives on teaching and learning. Students will have many opportunities to ask these professors ANY questions.

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