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Exploring The Profession Flyer 2014 final

Exploring The Profession Flyer 2014

Pre~service teachers (that’s you!) don’t miss out on your opportunity to hear from folks currently in the field of education. On Wednesday, October 29th from 6-8:30, they will address what you need to know and do to be a successful teacher today.  

Lisa Strahley

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Volunteer Opportunity

ACCORD: Voices for Children is looking for VOLUNTEERS to help run the event noted below.

If you are interested in helping out please contact SANDY BABUKA

at 607. 724.5153 or at


3rd Annual Voices for Children Superhero 5k Run/Walk

Date: Sunday, September 14, 2014

Time: Registration 9am & Race 10am

Location: Peacemaker Stage, Downtown Binghamton – behind Boscovs

Help us Reach for Peace and advocate for abused and neglected children in our community by running or walking individually or as part of a team.  Sign-ups are now available!

Every child needs a hero but abused children need superheros


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Welcome to the Fall 2014 semester

“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.”
~ Neale Donald Walsch

Hello everyone!

I hope your first week of classes is off to a great start! As pre.service teachers, you have a lot learn and experience. I encourage you to set realistic goals and make a plan for accomplishing them.

My office is T210G. Please stop by to introduce yourself and share your academic experiences with me.

Lisa Strahley
Chair of the ECE/EDU Department

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Register for Summer and Fall

There’s still time to register for summer and fall courses.

1workstation213-thumbThis summer we are offering the course Technology in Teaching ECE 262 from July 7 to August 7 on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursdays 6:30 to 8:15 PM. This course is for anyone who wants to learn how to use technology to teach or present information to children or adults in active and engaging ways.  Topics covered include: Making newsletters and brochures, using SmartBoard Notebook, making kiosk presentations, creating flip books, e-games, videos, and designing virtual field trips. Applications and hardware covered include: PowerPoint, Prezie, hyperlinks, Adobe Photoshop, iMovie, Publisher, e-book software, Livebinders, Tablets, WordPress, Waccoms, iPads, and much more.

adolescents_children_189021_tnb[1]Also offered this summer is Children with Special Needs ECE 210. This is an online course that runs from June 2 to Aug 8.  In this course you will learn how to recognize, assess, and refer children who have developmental delays and physical, cognitive and emotional diagnoses. Applicable laws and ways of working with families is emphasized.



For the Fall we have a number of courses available.

A new online course is ECE 256 Special Topics in Education: STEAM for Young Children. STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math. his course explores how to create and implement STEAM activities for young children using a hands-on, inquiry-based curriculum. The underlying philosophy of this course is that people learn better when engaged in making and designing their own meaningful projects; therefore, we will become designers of STEAM curriculum, we will test our ideas by observing children as they pursue STEAM activities, and we will use online tools such as blogging to document the learning experience. Learn more at

Our other offerings are:

  • ECE 110 Introduction to Early Childhood Education
  • ECE 120 Curriculum Development
  • ECE 175 Techniques of Observation & Evaluation
  • ECE 200 and 201 Field Experience 1 & 2
  • ECE 210 Children with Special Needs (online)
  • ECE 232 Positive Child Guidance
  • EDU 111 Foundations of Education

Find course descriptions here.

Find course schedules here.


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