Dean Laurel Bongiorno writes about the development of creativity in young children in for the National Association for the Education of Young Children. Read the article here.
The Chronicle of Higher Education has published a wonderful essay by Core Assistant Professor Eric Schonstrom titled People over Pedagogy. Reading novels is the best way I’ve found to truly embrace the goal of the humanities: to make us more human. Eric argues that teaching the novel can be a way to help students develop […]Read more
Associate Professor and Program Director of Education, Kathy Leo-Nyquist, discusses how Champlain teaches ethics to aspiring classroom teachers on WCAX. In this video she answers quirky questions with aplomb.
Teaching Inside & Out: Aligning and designing your inner and outer teaching personas 2-Day CIP Summer Intensive, offered twice – choose July or August DAY ONE: light breakfast at 9:00 a.m. morning session – 9:30 to 12:00 explore various external & internal teaching personas lunch at noon afternoon session – 1:00 to 4:00 determine your primary […]Read more
A note from Elaine Young: Dear Champlain Community, As you all know I have just recently published Tuned-In Family: How to Cope, Communicate and Connect in a Digital Age. A parent guidebook to help families manage day-to-day integration of technology into their lives, the book is available for purchase from my website: http://www.tunedinfamily.com. I am […]Read more