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Break-out sessions will give attendees and select teams from Penn State the opportunity to tackle challenges and develop viable solutions for topics including: fostering academic excellence, creating the next generation digital learning environment, guiding student and alumni engagement and scaling operations for the future. Penn State student entrepreneurs will showcase projects including Pennie the CoRobot, Lion Launchpad Accelerator and Learn Nano at 6 p.m.
Art Education at Penn State explores the making of art, and curriculum as the making of ideas that matter. The Art Education program focuses on intersections among studio experience, the study of works of art, visual culture, educational practice, and the evolving disciplines of child and youth culture, digital technologies, feminist and critical pedagogies, critical race theory, histories of art education, curriculum and cultural studies, art museum education, professional development, arts-based research, and practice-led research. Art Education faculty members and students form a community of inquirers and teachers who are interested in exploring a wide range of interests within and beyond the field of art education. Whether you are looking for professional or personal enrichment, our motto is making life better through continuing education.  Join us soon!
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Members of EDUC 497C: Special Topics in Education with Embedded Travel to Brazil, pose during their two-week trip to Brazil. A College of Education class gave seven students a unique opportunity to not only experience Brazilian culture but more importantly, also its educational system. EDUC 497C: Special Topics in Education with Embedded Travel to Brazil is taught by Jason Whitney and was offered during spring semester and highlighted by a two-week trip during Maymester.
Following the Penn State contingent’s 10 days in Brasilia, the group visited the experimental GENTE (Experimental School of New Technologies) Project, a recent project taken by the Municipal Board of Education in Rio de Janeiro in partnership with UNESCO to revitalize some of the poorest performing schools in the favelas (slums).
The relationship between Penn State and Brazil started in 1959 when Jack Searles, a Penn State College of Education professor, moved his family to Brazil for two years. Now, more than 50 years later, one of the seven Penn State students who made the most recent trip to Brazil was Conor Searles, who graduated in August with a degree in education and public policy. Further strengthening the bond is the fact that Machado’s son, Edson, is currently working toward his doctorate in higher education at Penn State. Penn State Continuing Education at University Park (CEUP) is housed in the Outreach Building in Innovation Park, adjacent to the University Park campus in State College, Pennsylvania.
Our adult students really like the small class size, convenient class locations, and networking with other students like themselves.
Penn State Continuing Education offers a variety of credit courses, certificates, and professional development programs. Continuing education courses and programs are also available in Lewistown at The Lewistown Center. Our office is located at 100 Innovation Boulevard, University Park PA 16802, just off Route 220 (I-99) Exits 73 and 74.
Stephanie Marie Diener celebrates her graduation in secondary education during the College of Education spring commencement ceremonies. Penn State College of Education spring 2015 commencementMore than 350 students graduated from the Penn State College of Education Saturday, May 10, part of the overall graduating class of 10,916 earning baccalaureate degrees this past weekend at Penn State campuses across the Commonwealth. Penn State College of Education spring 2015 commencementGraduates and their families enjoyed a reception outside Chambers Building before the College of Education spring commencement 2015, held May 10 in the Bryce Jordan Center on Penn State’s University Park campus. Penn State College of Education spring 2015 commencementKatherine Strickler, left, and Rachel Waxman sign in for the College of Education spring commencement 2015, held May 10 in the Bryce Jordan Center on Penn State’s University Park campus. Penn State College of Education spring 2015 commencementCollege Marshal Katharine Elizabeth Hallinger carries the college banner during the academic processional to start the College of Education commencement ceremonies, held May 10, 2015, at the Bryce Jordan Center on Penn State’s University Park campus. Penn State College of Education spring 2015 commencementMore than 350 students graduated from the Penn State College of Education during spring commencement 2015, held May 10 in the Bryce Jordan Center on Penn State’s University Park campus. Penn State College of Education spring 2015 commencementGraduates proceed across the stage during College of Education spring commencement 2015, held May 10 in the Bryce Jordan Center on Penn State’s University Park campus. Penn State College of Education spring 2015 commencementStephanie Marie Diener celebrates her graduation in secondary education during the College of Education spring commencement ceremonies.
Penn State College of Education spring 2015 commencementNew graduates sing the Penn State Alma Mater during the College of Education spring commencement ceremonies, held May 10, 2015, in the Bryce Jordan Center on Penn State’s University Park campus.
Leading the graduates was College Student Marshal Katharine Hallinger, who completed the childhood and early adolescent education major with a minor in special education, earning a cumulative grade-point average of 4.0. The first lesson is that research on teaching and learning tends to follow the goldilocks principle.


It is especially important to remember the goldilocks principle as more and more policies that impact schools get painted in absolutist terms.  Externally mandated testing, for example, is often painted as harmful because of teaching to the test, the time it takes away from instruction, and misuses of scores. This is a real shame since research has shown that schools that teach to the test in inappropriate ways tend, on average, to improve student learning less than those who do not engage in extensive test preparation. One of the most important aspects of the profession that we need to change is to decrease the isolation of educators. So work with others in your grade level, your school, in other schools, in other districts on issues of learning, reflect on those conversations, and then work some more.
The fourth lesson is that having an impact is slow and incremental, but it does indeed happen. He told me that intervention after intervention showed little to no effect on whether people stopped smoking.  And yet, smoking has significantly declined over time.
There are other examples outside of education where small effects lead to important consequences such as chemotherapy’s impact on breast cancer, the tens of thousands of barrels of oil saved each year if everyone inflated their tires properly, even the effect that the design of a swim suit has on the speed of an Olympic swimmer can be the difference between a silver or gold medal.
Personal anecdotes aside, the importance of teachers in students’ lives has been documented again and again. As you take on new roles in education, whatever they may be, remember that policies and programs are rarely all bad or all good.
Thank you for the opportunity to speak to you today and my congratulations on your achievement.
This community thrives on expanding the ever-changing conceptualization of what the field of art education was, is, and will be.
For 100 years we've been opening doors for those who seek distinctive learning opportunities for professional and personal growth. We pride ourselves in the growing number of programs we offer to youth and precollege students as well as to adults in our Arts Project and SAGE, (Senior Adults Gaining Enrichment) programs. The group included, from left to right: Instructor Jason Whitney, Eric Tarofsky, Jennifer Lee, Hanna Mincemoyer, Catherine Johnson, Marcy Herr, Conor Searles, and Paul Penkal. For students to receive a good preschool, elementary and secondary education, it is common to attend a private school.
The Andre Urani school is located in Rio’s Rocinha favela, a neighborhood whose cartels shunned outsiders and obstructed government services until it was “pacified” in recent years. By providing a notebook computer to each student, the school uses a curriculum whose online lessons are individualized to match the level of the student.
This convenient location contains two classrooms and a study lounge with computer stations and wireless Internet access.
University Park evening classes on campus are a blend of adult students and traditional-aged students, which fosters an enhanced learning environment through the sharing of unique perspectives, experiences, and knowledge. Courses may be applied to a wide selection of degrees conferred through Penn State's academic colleges.
Monk congratulates a graduate during the College of Education spring commencement ceremonies, held May 10, 2015, in the Bryce Jordan Center on Penn State’s University Park campus. Darlene Opfer, director of RAND Education and distinguished chair in education policy, was the commencement speaker.
Darleen Opfer, director of RAND Education, gave the commencement address at the College of Education spring commencement. Similar kinds of absolutist pronouncements have been made about the common core standards – the standards are too difficult, they decrease local control and parents can no longer help their children with homework.
For testing, multiple studies have estimated that the amount of required state testing is in the neighborhood of 1-2% of the school year. And some research shows that thoughtful use of data from tests can improve student learning. Yes, some people are better teachers than others, but everyone can get better by working at it. They matter for whether or not teachers take part in professional learning.  They matter for whether teachers try out new techniques. Your practices are influenced by your own histories as students, as candidates in preparation programs, and your beliefs about yourselves and your students or clients. The importance of increasing collaboration among educators is a key contextual element that we can and should improve.


The image of a successful teacher is no longer of the person in their classroom with the door shut. It was the collection of many small effects that compounded to change perceptions of smoking and decrease its prevalence. When I finished my PhD at the University of Virginia, I invited – my kindergarten teacher, my first grade teacher, and my high school history teacher to my graduation party to honor them. Believe that you can always improve and that collaboration with your colleagues is the best way to do that. Weekly evaluations are conducted at the end of each week’s lesson, and students who perform poorly on these evaluations are given additional feedback and tutored by their classroom teachers. Students learn through hands-on activities, practical applied projects, and a personalized learning experience. Convenient evening classes help working professionals fit education into their busy lives. Some students begin by taking General Education and other foundational courses through Continuing Education, and then complete their Penn State degree by combining weekend, evening, and online courses. Opfer has conducted policy research studies for a number of local, state and national governments on issues that affect teachers and schools, including recruitment and retention, professional development, and the impact of policies on teacher practice. My work at RAND has nothing to do with maps, defense, or libertarian politics – the things most people think of when they hear the word RAND. District or school-assigned tests far outstrip mandated tests in terms of the time spent on them.
In a national study of teacher professional development in England, we asked teachers a series of questions to establish their orientation to teaching – some believed that teaching ability is something you can’t change very much; others believed no matter how well you teach you can always improve.
They matter whether teachers report positive improvements from their students.  The limits on our abilities to improve our teaching are those we place on ourselves.
Educators who collaborate with others believe more in their own abilities and in those of their colleagues. I’m often disappointed with the modest effects of interventions to improve teaching and learning. These educators taught me to love reading and to believe that a girl with trailer park roots could succeed at anything if I worked diligently.  I am where I am today because of excellent teachers.
Teachers influence students’ probability of earning a college degree and their lifetime earnings. Students immerse themselves in the related but sometimes very different worlds of art, visual culture, and education. Teachers are assigned to the role of a facilitator who monitors each student’s work and creates a positive learning environment that encourages student autonomy. My focus, and of those in my research Unit, is on using research to improve policies and programs for children and families in ways that lead to better outcomes for all. We often do not pay enough attention to the contexts, both personal and organizational, in which teaching and learning occur. Continue with the persistence that led you to your degrees because your real work is just beginning and nothing matters more to its success than you. I am keenly aware that I stand between you and your degree so I’ll limit my remarks to a few lessons I’ve learned researching teaching and learning.
We’ve seen this in many areas of research –with teachers’ confidence in their own ability and its influence on their willingness to change, with structuring learning for students, and with accountability for schools. Most importantly, educators who collaborate on issues of curriculum, instruction and professional development achieve better outcomes. You may not see it on a daily, weekly or even yearly basis, but rest assured that good teaching does indeed matter.
I’ll mostly focus my remarks on teaching but many of these lessons apply to any position in the field of education.



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