Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Part-Time Tutors Needed

Are you looking to earn extra money by tutoring some elementary, junior high & high school students? 
My company, Mobile Academics, is looking for GREAT part time tutors.

We have been serving Chicago's Northshore for over 15 years. We are a one-on-one tutoring service that specializes in working with students of all ages in all area of studies.

We are currently seeking English, Physics, Calculus, SAT, ACT (English, Math and Science), Pre-Algebra, Algebra I & 2, Geometry, Trig, Physics, Chemistry and elementary tutors for the Northern/North West Suburbs of Chicago.

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Thursday, July 28, 2016

Aug. 5th Balanced Literacy Workshop at RU

Roosevelt's Language and Literacy Program will host a professional development workshop on August 5th that is open to all teachers. The workshop will be from 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. in the Gage Building conference room 700. Please bring your lunch or plan on purchasing it from a local restaurant. 

An important aspect of this meeting will be defining the roles and responsibilities of balanced literacy teacher leaders (BLTL). We expect that as we discuss what this position should look like, each school and participating teacher will have unique ways of implementation. Another important aspect of this workshop will be to look at the professional readings on leadership and the school-wide book club selections. Additionally, planning on how to implement a new selection of social justice books also will be discussed. 

No registration is required.  For more information, contact Margaret Policastro at mpolicas@roosevelt.edu.

Nominate An Outstanding Leader!

Education Week wants your input for Leaders To Learn From 2017. If you know a district leader whose strategies or innovations would inspire colleagues nationwide, we want to hear from you.

Leaders To Learn From spotlights forward-thinking district leaders who seize on good ideas and execute them well in their school systems. Next year's honorees will be selected by the Education Week editors and profiled in the 2017 Leaders To Learn From special report on February 22. They will also be recognized at Leaders To Learn From 2017 in Washington, DC on March 31.
Nominate today!  The deadline for nominations is August 1, 2016.

Monday, June 27, 2016

Spring 2016 Dean's List Announced

The Spring 2016 Dean's List for the College of Education has been published on the University Registrar's website, and is provided below.  Congratulations to all of our Spring 2016 honorees!

Undergraduate education students who complete all coursework in any given semester and who earn a grade point average of 3.75 or higher earn a place on the Dean’s List within their college. Students must be registered for at least 6 semester hours and have no Incomplete (I) or Withdraw (W) grades for the semester to be eligible for the Dean’s List.  All courses must be completed within the time frame of the semester.

Again, congrats to all of our hard-working and high-achieving undergraduates!

  • Allen, Diana
  • Alsabah, Mona
  • Alvarez, Nelly
  • Antuna, Carli
  • B
  • Baseley, Abigail
  • Bazzarone, Noelle
  • Beck, Christina
  • Black, Megan
  • Blair, Laura
  • Bravieri, Beth
  • C
  • Carrera, Anna
  • Carrillo, Lilliana
  • Chicoine, Julia
  • Crowley, Kelly
  • D
  • Downey, Danielle
  • Duffin, Callie
  • E
  • Espindola, Christine
  • H
  • Harrigan, Anne
  • Hermetet, James
  • Hollars, Kyra
  • J
  • Jackson, Allycia
  • Johnson, Brittany
  • Juarez, Christina
  • K
  • Kalfas, Kristine
  • Kiriluk, Kristen
  • Krohm, Monique
  • L
  • Lesnicki, Jessica
  • Li, Anni
  • Link, Kelsey
  • M
  • Marino, Nicolette
  • McPolin, Meghan
  • Messina, Laura
  • Mitchell, Amanda
  • Mosillami, Carissa
  • O
  • Otero, Veronica
  • P
  • Pressley, Kayla
  • R
  • Raschk, Courtney
  • Roti, Angela
  • S
  • Stucker, Russel
  • Suwwan, Diala
  • V
  • Vida, Julia
  • W
  • Walker, Tiara
  • Z
  • Zabel, Alexandria
  • Friday, June 17, 2016

    Dana Butler Wins Golden Apple Leadership Award

    Award honors outstanding leadership in Pre-K through 12th grade schools

    I am pleased to announce that Mr. Dana Butler has won the 2016 Stanley C. Golder Leadership Award. The award honors the exemplary performance of a PreK-12th grade principal or head of school from throughout Chicago and the surrounding suburbs. 
    Mr. Dana Butler is a 1998 graduate of Roosevelt's Educational Administration Program, which at the time provided teachers like Mr. Butler with the state certification needed to become a principal.   As principal of Ruiz Elementary School, he has worked tirelessly to create an effective partnership with Roosevelt for the training of new elementary teachers.
    The leadership award is presented in memory of Stanley C. Golder, a founding board member of Golden Apple, whose energy, creativity and commitment to Golden Apple’s mission set the highest standard for dedication and accomplishment. The selection criteria for the award is based on:
    1. Personal excellence
    2. Balanced and collaborative leadership
    3. Commitment to student achievement
    4. Expertise in curriculum, instruction, and assessment
    As the 2016 award recipient, Mr. Butler will receive a cash award of $10,000 to be used for his own professional development and a school project of his choosing.

    Mr. Butler was recognized at the Golden Apple Awards for Excellence in Teaching and Leadership annual event on May 20, 2016 and during the broadcast of the televised show on WTTW/Channel 11.  Click here to learn more and view the broadcast.

    Congratulations, Mr. Butler!