Celebration of Learning: Education Reunion
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- Share your education story!
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The College of Education and Alumni Engagement Office will be hosting a Celebration of Learning: Education Reunion in the summer of 2021!
Join us Saturday, June 5, 2021 (RESCHEDULED from Summer 2020) for a full day of educational sessions hosted by you, our education alumni.
This rare, special event is the perfect chance for you to network with those that have experienced Nebraska's greatest College of Education for educators, administrators and counselors! There's no better opportunity to share what's going on in YOUR classroom or school while also learning from your Doane peers.
For only $35 (or $25 without sessions), attendees will have access to multiple learning sessions, as well as lunch, social hour, Doane swag, and more!
8 - 9 a.m. — Check-in, General Welcome, Snacks & Conversation
9 - 10 a.m. — First Sharing Sessions
10:30 - 11:30 a.m. — Second Sharing Sessions
Optional Campus Tour available.
Noon — Lunch
"Those Who Laugh, Last." presented by Guest Speaker Juli Burney, Motivational Humorist
1:30 - 2:30 p.m. — Third Sharing Sessions
3 - 4 p.m. — Fourth Sharing Sessions
Optional Campus Tour available.
4 - 6 p.m. — Networking Reception
Networking with Hors d'oeuvres, Drinks, etc.
Guest Speaker: Sydney Jensen, Educator and Current Master's of Education (Educational Leadership) Student
Sessions Available (Subject to change by Summer 2021)
Vocabulary Instruction in the Elementary Classroom — presented by Kati Backer Robinson '14, '17E
Disability Mindfulness — presented by Amanda Wilhem Siemers '01
Science Journal: A Tricorder for our Time! — presented by Shannon Binkley '16E
Pulling Rank - The Movement Away from High School Class Rank — presented by John Schwartz '02, '05E, '08E, '14E, '18DE
The Universality of Education: Uganda, My Five Years and Your Students — presented by Lindsey Mueller Cotner '08, '10E
Both Sides of the Table: A Parent-Educator Perspective of Working with Children & Families from Trauma — presented by Kristin Hasenkamp Ageton '07, '10E & Jim Ageton '07
Get The Word Out: Alternative Education through Service-Learning — presented by Hilary Foster George '07, '09E
Project Management Classroom Initiative — presented by Matt Burg '98, '07E
Thinking about being a Cooperating Teacher? Learn about the Doane requirements and what student teachers expect as well — presented by Education faculty members
What’s Happening in the Doane Undergraduate Program? Changes and New Directions— presented by Education faculty members
You Too Can Get an ED.D. from Doane: What are the Requirements for the Program?— presented by Education faculty members
The Educational Leadership Program at Doane— presented by Education faculty members
More Class Interaction with Impro — presented by Juli Burney
Preventing Burnout: Stories, Solutions, & Resources— presented by Sydney Jensen
Working in Harmony: How School Counselors, Psychologists, and Social Workers Can Work Together — presented by Jake Willems '09, '14E, '17E
Registration for this event will be open in late-winter or early-spring of 2021.
Share Your Favorite Education Story!
We're sure you have countless stories from your days as an education student at Doane, and we'd love to hear a few of your favorites! Submit your story (or stories) here!
All of our guests are VIP, to be honest. But you can especially look forward to seeing these current and former faculty members (more to come):
- Dr. Julie Kozisek '76
- Dr. Dick Dudley '56
- Dr. Tim Frey '97, '00E
- Dr. Lyn Forester
- Dr. Frank Daniels
Share This Event With Your Friends!
The best part of our reunion is that you can plan in advance with your education friends/colleagues to attend together! Let them know by text, email, or Facebook (an event is set up on the Doane University Alumni page, which you should follow!) that you're attending.
Volunteer to contact other alumni within your era by emailing email@example.com.