A vibrant performance by music professor Ruth Opara’s African Drumming and Dance course transported Skidmore students to southeastern Nigeria, where Opara grew up.
The Skidmore College hockey team ended the semester with a 4-3 road win over Suffolk University and a weekend New England Hockey Conference sweep.
ED 100 - Foundations Of Early Childhood Education and Classroom TeachingED 103 - Introduction to TeachingED 104 - Human Intelligence(s) and Learning EnvironmentsED 115 - School and SocietyED 117 - Alternative Education: the Quest for a Different School ExperienceED 200 - Child Development and LearningED 213 - The Exceptional Child in the Elementary SchoolED 216 - Schooling the Masses from Colonial Times to PresentED 217 - Multicultural Education ED 222 - The Young Child and The Educational ProcessED 223 - Adolescent DevelopmentED 231 - Children's LiteratureED 233 - Emergent LiteracyED 261 - Themes In EducationED 299 - Professional Internship in EducationED 314 - Educational Assessment and The Exceptional ChildED 322 - Learning In Early Childhood SettingsED 324 - Education Policy, Politics, and Law in the U.S.ED 334 - Practicum in Integrated Curriculum and InstructionED 335 - Teaching Reading in the Elementary SchoolED 336 - Teaching Elementary MathematicsED 338 - Teaching Elementary Science ED 337 - Advanced Child Development: Theory and PracticeED 350 - Elementary Education Student TeachingED 362 A-D - Advanced Topics in Education ED 371 - Independent Study in the Foundations of Education ED 375 - Senior Thesis in Education Studies: Advanced Topics and Research in Education
8:30 a.m.–noon and 1–4 p.m.
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Department Chair:Hope Castohcasto@skidmore.edu
Administrative Assistant:Michelle LoPrestimloprest@skidmore.edu