Psychology and Counseling students present papers
Sarah G. Juola, Jennifer S. Hendrix, and Brent M. Ellison, graduate
students in the Educational Specialist degree program, Psychology
and Counseling's school psychology track, recently made a research
presentation. Their presentation, "First Graders and Social Skills:
Can They Be Taught?" was given at the National Association of School
Psychologists' annual convention in New York. ASU Psychology and
Counseling faculty involved in the study included Dr. Amy F.
Claxton, Dr. John D. Hall, and Dr. Craig H. Jones.
The study was supported by the Nathan Deutsch Faculty Research
Education faculty, grad
student present at conference
Six College of Education faculty members and one graduate student
presented papers at the European Teacher Education Network (ETEN)
annual conference in Porto, Portugal. ASU is one of only five U.S.
universities who are members of this 44-institution-strong
organization. ETEN exists to support and enhance international
exchanges, professional development, and scholarly interaction.
Papers included "Perspectives on Student Achievement in Multiage
Settings" by Dr. David Holman, Andrea Breckenridge, and
Dr. George Foldesy; "Curriculum Makers and Metaphor
Makers: Teacher Collaboration in a Knowledge Community Experience"
by Dr. Dixie Keyes; "John Dewey and Multicultural
Education in a Global Society," Dr. Tom Fiala; "Including
Middle School Art Teachers on Interdisciplinary Teams: A Case Study
to the Arts Education Thematic Interest Group" by Dr. Paula
Stewart; "How Can Early Learners Learn by "Playing" with
Technology?" by Dr. Natalie Johnson-Leslie; and "Reflective
Practice Through the Use of Editorial Cartoons: Tools for Teaching
and Assessment" by Dr. John Beineke.
ASU Summer Children's Theatre
season schedule set
The ASU Theatre has released
the schedule for the 2007 ASU
Summer Children's Theatre season. The 12th season of children's
theatre at ASU will open with "Bigger Than Life!" by Cynthia
Mercati. "Bigger Than Life!" runs Wednesday, June 20-Friday, June
22. The second production of the season, "The Invention," by Brad
Gromelski, opens Wednesday, July 25 and runs through Friday, July
27. All performances will be held in Fowler Center. Tickets are $5
and should be purchased in advance at the
ASU Central Box Office
online or by calling 972-ASU1. If available, tickets may be
purchased for $6 at the door the day of the performance.
Reservations are highly recommended.
Additional opportunities for
ASU will host cardiovascular
wellness screenings Monday-Thursday, June 18-21. Screenings will be
held in Room 107, ABI. The tests are painless and require no
disrobing. Results of the screenings are immediately available.
Screening takes 30 minutes, and cost is $20 with ASU insurance.
Registration for the screenings is now open. To schedule an
https://www.heartscreennow.com/schedule and enter ASU001 as the
media code to access the ASU screening. For alternative registration
instructions, contact Chris Enger
at ext. 3974.
Final Friday edition of Inside ASU for summer
Today's edition is the final Friday edition of Inside ASU until fall
term, 2007. Throughout the summer, Inside ASU will continue to be
published Mondays and Wednesdays, with the exception of national
holidays when the university is closed. We invite feedback to help
us make Inside ASU more vibrant and more vital, like the faculty and
staff it serves. E-mail Tom Moore,
director, or Sara E.
McNeil, editor, University Communications.
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