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  • Education Policy Center at MSU

    Location:

    210 Erickson Hall, 620 Farm Lane, East Lansing, MI 48824

    Description:

    The Education Policy Center in MSU's College of Education provides timely, credible, and non-partisan policy research and analysis to key audiences in Michigan's education policy system. The center gives priority to activities that support and inform policy debate and development in the Legislature and the Michigan Department of Education. It supports activities that foster informed discussion and understanding of educational issues for broader audiences, including Michigan businesses, professional educators, and local school boards and their communities.

  • Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education Graduate Research Colloquium (February 2018)

    Dates:

    Saturday, February 17, 2018

    Location:

    Erickson Hall, 620 Farm Lane, East Lansing, MI, 48824

    Description:

    The Graduate Research Colloquium features research projects and scholarly activity conducted by current students in the HALE Ph.D., M.A., and Student Affairs Administration Master’s programs.  As a community of scholars, the GRC provides an opportunity for students to gather once a year to present their research projects and highlights from their academic and professional development. The GRC also provides an opportunity for newly admitted students to meet with current students and faculty.

  • International Networking for Educational Transformation (iNet)

    Location:

    Internet/Networking

    Description:

    Established in 2004, the International Network for Educational Transformation (iNET) is an initiative of the Schools Network, the leading body for advancing secondary school excellence and diversity in England.

    iNET's mission is to create powerful and innovative networks of schools that have achieved or have committed to achieving systematic, significant and sustained change that ensures outstanding outcomes for all students in all settings. It focuses on school transformation and aims to facilitate innovation by sharing knowledge and offering a vision of how education can move forward based on the practice of transformation. iNET has grown rapidly into a diverse network across many cultures.

    K-12 Outreach has been working to introduce iNET to Michigan schools, coordinate memberships, and support schools in its use.  One hundred eighty five (185) Michigan schools have joined to date. Join iNET.

  • James B. Henry Center for Executive Development

    Location:

    3535 Forest Rd, Lansing, MI, 48910.

    Description:

    MSU’s Eli Broad College of Business manages the James B. Henry Center for Executive Development. The Center enhances and supports the executive educational experience and offers a variety of state-of-the-art amenities, including two 100-seat high-technology amphitheaters, two 49-seat tiered classrooms, two 48-seat flat-floor rooms, 21 flexible-configuration break-out rooms, an executive board room, a dining atrium with seating for 320 people, and a casual, four-seasons lounge overlooking a 3,400-square-foot raised terrace with outdoor seating. Housed in the Center is MSU's Executive Development Programs, offering top-notch business education programs for professionals. The Center’s goal is to expand and create leadership programs that raise the expertise of MSU’s faculty and the multidisciplinary resources of the MSU community. The complex includes the University Club and the 128-room Candlewood Suites, as well as nearby access to MSU's Forest Akers Golf Course.

  • Linking All Types of Teachers to International Cross-cultural Education (LATTICE)

    Location:

    1518 Haslett Road, P.O. Box 204, Haslett, MI 48840

    Description:

    MSU's College of Education, in conjunction with International Studies & Programs, developed the Linking All Types of Teachers to International Cross-cultural Education (LATTICE) program, an international educational partnership between teachers in six mid-Michigan school districts and international graduate students/scholars at Michigan State University. LATTICE concentrates on adult learning and promotes practical links to K-12 classrooms to connect schools to local and internatioal communities. The program stimulates discussion to change attitudes and beliefs about cultural differences and similarities. LATTICE members, representing 54 countries, meet for presentations, discussions, food, and music at monthly forums that advance greater understanding of issues of diversity. Topics range from personal issues such as religion and member's own personal experiences to global ones featuring members' culture, native food and crafts, and literature.

  • Master of Arts in K-12 Educational Administration Hybrid Program (East Lansing, Detroit, Birmingham)

    Dates:

    A full listing of current courses including dates, times, and room locations is at http://schedule.msu.edu/. Choose a semester and EAD Educational Administration.

    Location:

    • East Lansing, MI (on the campus of MSU)
    • Birmingham, MI (Seaholm High School)
    • Detroit, MI (MSU Detroit Center)

    Description:

    The Masters program in K-12 Educational Administration prepares aspiring educators for leadership positions in public, charter and private school settings. The program is committed to developing school-level leadership for powerful and equitable teaching and learning and to ensuring students meet the state standards for leadership preparation. Most students complete the program in 2-3 years while working. Successful graduates qualify to apply to the Michigan Department of Education for Administrator Certification with Elementary and Secondary Endorsements.

    At all three sites, the program accommodates full and part-time students and uses evening and online formats for its courses. The core courses for the degree are offered in a hybrid course format while most elective courses are totally online. Hybrid courses have students meeting face to face four to six times over a semester with the remaining course interactions taking place online. MSU offers faculty and students access to Zoom, an online communication tool that supports synchronous (meeting during scheduled times) online meetings for core instruction and for collaborative group work. Most classes also have components that are completed asynchronously (according to individual student preference).

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