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Nov 3, 2016: Special Webinar for Northeast RESA Teacher-Leaders Only Earn Your Master in School Administration (MSA) at Online
Informational webinar just NERESA teacher-leaders interested in learning more about an online MSA Cohort for the NERESA.
Online MSA modelNERESA Cohort2 year part-time programPeriodic Face-to-Face Meetings in the NERESA100% Distance Education Tuition RatesECU Grad School Application and Admissions GuideDate: Thursday, November 3, 2016
Time: 4:30 pm – 5:15 pm
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Director of Leadership Development Outreach
Department of Educational Leadership (LEED)
Nov 9, 2016: Meet the kids, parents, and administration at Mursion Elementary Open House at Speight Building
ECU's College of Education is pleased to be the first university in NC to offer the TeachLive/Mursion technology to teacher candidates. Over time, we want to see this instrument grow into an effective tool used throughout the curriculum. While the tool itself is wonderful, how effective it is really is dependent on the faculty who choose to use it in their courses. This is your chance to come learn about Mursion, and even teach a lesson.
If you are interested in teaching a lesson, meeting a parent, or talking with an administrator, you can sign up for one of our limited spots in the simulator at http://bit.ly/2016Mursion_Open_House
Enough of this reading, let the kids invite you:
You can drop in any time between 12 and 3 on November 9th in Speight 202
We look forward to seeing you and talking to you about what Mursion can do.
College of Education, ECU Graduate School, ECU Financial Aid, and scholarship representatives will be onsite to help you explore graduate programs offered in the College of Education and begin the application process.
This event is designed to provide information, resources and college access support to High School students. Students will participate in a variety of workshops on topics such as college admissions, scholarships, career exploration, and financial aid. A campus tour will be provided, and lunch is optional.