Our organization is open to Drexel students from all majors, as we hope to be a melting pot for students from all different specialities with one thing in common: to enjoy working with children.. Another great way to stay informed about the DSCEC is through our Facebook page, which can be found at https://www.facebook.com/DSCEC.
Our Spring member meeting is TOMORROW, Wednesday, April 15, 2015. Please come out to the second floor of Ross Commons at 5pm TOMORROW to learn more about the DSCEC and what we have planned for this term. Pizza and refreshments will be served.
We would like to thank you again for showing interest in the DSCEC. Look out for more e-mails or like our Facebook page to find out about more ways to get involved with the DSCEC.
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Dear Teacher Education Students of Color:
The Delaware Valley Consortium is hosting the 9th Annual Educators of Color Recruitment Fair at the Penn Center for Educational Leadership on Saturday April 18th 9am-1pm.
Click on 2015 Delaware Valley Recruitment Fair for more information if you’re interested in attending!
Attention Drexel Middle level, Secondary, Special Ed Teacher Candidates and certified Alumni;
The Science Leadership Academy in Philadelphia has some exciting teaching opportunities for middle level, secondary and special ed. Check out the following link for all positions, qualifications and application instructions if you’re interested in becoming part of the SLA Family!!!
Drexel University School of Education presents Critical Conversations in Urban Education
Collective Impact: Acting on a Shared Vision for Urban Education
Thursday, May 7, 2015
5 to 7:30 P.M.
Creese Student Center
George D. Behrakis Grand Hall
3210 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Join Drexel University’s School of Education for an interactive event on an emerging strategy for change in urban education.
The strategy, known as “Collective Impact” provides an opportunity for individuals and organizations, who would otherwise work in isolation, to come together to achieve common goals.
Join this interactive event to:
• Learn about the principles and practices of collective impact
• See how it is being used successfully by Philadelphia Citizens for Children and Youth, and
• Network with individuals and organizations currently using the strategy to make real change in Philadelphia.
Together, we can make a “Collective Impact” for change in urban education.
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