Woodring College of Education

Matthew Miller (Elementary Education) presented "The use of electronic data collection to drive program improvement in teacher education" at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education annual meeting, held March 29 to Apr. 2 in San Diego.

Mary Lynne Derrington (Educational Administration) presented "Assessing the Effectiveness of a Social Science Curriculum: Results of a Two-Year Study of a Program for At-risk 7- to12-year-olds" at the National Technology and Social Science Conference, held Mar. 27 to 30 in Las Vegas.…

Mary Lynne Derrington (Educational Administration) presented "Schools of Distinction: Leadership Lessons to Improve Student Achievement in Large High Schools" and "Dawn Mark, Ferndale High School Principal" at the National Association of Secondary School Principals Annual…

Maria Timmons Flores (Elementary Education/TESOL) presented "Building the Pathway Together: Bilingual Youth Partnerships that Inform and Promote Access to High Education" at the National Association for Bilingual Education Conference held from Feb. 3 to 6 in Denver.

Marsha Riddle Buly (Elementary Education) presented "Literacy Workshops and SIOP: A Manageable Fit" and "Language Learners in the Writing Workshop: Getting Started" at the National Association for Bilingual Education conference held from Feb. 3 to 6 in Denver.

Rosalie Romano (Secondary Education) presented "Developing a Pedagogy of Sustainability" at the 6th Annual Globalization, Diversity and Education conference, held Feb. 26 to 27 in Spokane.

Lauren McClanahan (Secondary Education) and Gilda Wheeler, from the state Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, presented "An Analysis of the First Annual Sustainability Education Summer Institute (SESI)" at the 6th Annual Globalization, Diversity and Education conference…

Susan Kincaid (Human Services) and Ray Wolpow (Secondary Education) presented "Resiliency, Literacy, and Social Justice: A Model Connecting Education and Human Services" at the 6th Annual Globalization, Diversity and Education conference, held Feb. 25 to 27 in Spokane.

Anthony Jongejan (Educational Leadership) presented “Copyright, Fair Use and Technology Issues for Educators; 2) Favorite Web 2.0 Applications for Use in Your Teaching" at the Alaska Society for Technology in Education conference held Feb. 20 to 23 in Anchorage, Alaska.

"Eight Whatcom County residents who protected salmon, encouraged food composting, worked against sprawl and otherwise helped the planet - in the field, boardrooms and classrooms - will be honored as environmental heroes.

Bellingham-based RE Sources for Sustainable Communities…

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