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Dr Lyle Hawkins | Obituaries

Dr Lyle Eugene Hawkins February 11, 1932 – September 19, 2021 Dr Lyle Eugene Hawkins died on September 19, 2021 at Union Hospital. He was born in Memphis, Tennessee, on February 11, 1932, to Charles A. and Lillian Jacoby Hawkins. He was the youngest of 3 children. Lyle was an …

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Dr. Ginny Torres-Rimbau of the University of St. Thomas uses the Con Cariño program to train the new generation of bilingual teachers

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) – Bilingual programs are mushrooming across the country, especially for those who want their children to be fluent in Spanish and English. But, unfortunately, there is a shortage of qualified teachers. Today, a professor at the University of St. Thomas in Houston is working to change that. …

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Professional English Network Online Winter term 2022 (starts September 28 – November 23, 2021)

The Online Professional English Network offers 8-week online college-level courses in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages ​​(TESOL) developed by educational institutions in the United States. What courses are available? Arizona State University Online Course Creation and Implementation * New * English as a Medium of Instruction (EMI) by …

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Karen Hollebrands appointed Associate Dean for Research and Innovation at the College of Education

Karen Hollebrands, Ph.D., Professor of Mathematics Education and Distinguished Undergraduate Graduate, will be the Associate Dean for Research and Innovation at NC State College of Education, effective October 1. Hollebrands has been the Interim Associate Dean of the College of Education for Research and Innovation since July 15, 2020. “As …

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Why is it important for K-12 students to understand data and statistics? “Understanding how data is used, how it is collected and why it is collected helps you understand that you can be held accountable by it or that you can be manipulated by it,” says Professor Hollynne Lee

It’s part of the monthly “Ask the expert” series in which professors at NC State College of Education answer some of the most frequently asked questions about education. Students and teachers are surrounded by data every day and often use it to inform their decisions without fully understanding where it …

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TTUHSC chooses Benton as regional dean

The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center has announced Dr. Timothy J. Benton as the Regional Dean of the Permian Basin Campus, effective September 15. Benton, who had served as interim regional dean since May, was also named Jan & Ted Roden Endowed Mr. President, a decision that took effect …

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