Educational Leadership AnnouncementsPage address: http://ed.mnsu.edu/edleadership/announcements.html
4th Annual Leading Courageously for Racial Equity Conference
Come join us! The Dept. of Educational
Leadership is hosting the 4th Annual Leading Courageously for Racial Equity Conference at 7700 France Ave. April 13, 2017. Learn more about it here: http://ed.mnsu.edu/edleadership/racialequityconf.html
EXED Coming to Edina Summer 2017!
The Master of Science in Experiential Education program is coming to Edina in Summer 2017! Experiential ways of knowing and learning are increasingly being recognized and implemented in our nation's schools and organizations as relevant for ALL learners. Experiential Education utilizes multi-modal approaches to learning, teaching, and leading that integrate direct experience with focused reflection for developing new knowledge, relevant life skills, critical thinking, and respectable dispositions & values. Experiential education today has countless expressions such as project-based, service-based, problem/inquiry-based, place-based, adventure-based, and nature-based learning.
The MS in Experiential Education program will be offered on a blended basis beginning this coming Summer 2017, with hopes to increase offerings in the future. In brief, one MS in Experiential Education course will be paired with one MS in Educational Leadership course on the same dates so that people can complete a blended program that combines the two disciplines. Whether you are in the MS in Educational Leadership or Experiential Education program, you can choose among the EdLd or ExEd elective courses that will be offered each semester, chosen in agreement with your advisor.
Watch our video and find out more about options for the MS in Experiential Education program at the main campus AND SOON also at the Edina satellite site on our website: http://ed.mnsu.edu/edleadership/msexperientialed/
EXED Student Research Presentation
Congratulations to Laura Bermúdez Jurado, Experiential Education graduate student, for presenting her research on bullying prevention at the Association for Moral Education Conference on Dec. 8. The conference was held at the Harvard Graduate School of Education in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her paper was titled, "Promotion of Social Skills, Moral Development and Self-knowledge as Means to Prevent Bullying”.
The New Weeknight Master’s Degree in Edina!
The Thursday night course offerings for Master's students are delayed until further notice.
Experiential Education program sponsors AEE conference in Minneapolis
The department’s Experiential Education Master of Science program is the keynote sponsor for the 2016 International Association of Experiential Education Conference in Minneapolis Oct. 27-30. AEE’s keynote speaker will be Richard Louv, author of "Last Child in the Woods" and "The Nature Principle”. Learn more here: http://www.aee.org/43rd-intl-conference
New article published in Experiential Education [5/23/2016]
Faculty member Jasper Hunt teams up with Experiential Education alumni Carrie Nolan, Paul Stonehouse and Sean Blenkinsop to co-author an intriguing article in the Journal of Experiential Education: The Lecture as Experiential Education: http://jee.sagepub.com/content/current
T.A. Loeffler on Mt. Everest
Climb Mt. Everest vicariously! Trek virtually alongside T.A. Loeffler, an alum from our Master's in Experiential Education program by signing up for her daily blogs as she attempts her third ascent of Mt. Everest this month: https://taloeffler.com/
Dr. Wurdinger's lecture in Edinburgh on May 12, 2016
Come join us! The Dept. of Educational Leadership is hosting the 3rd annual Leading Courageously for Racial Equity Conference at 7700 France Ave. April 21, 2016. Learn more about it here: http://ed.mnsu.edu/edleadership/racialequityconf.html
Dr. Scott Wurdinger's presentation "The Power of Experiential Learning: From Discussion to Field Experience" at Sun Conference: http://cetal.utep.edu/sun/
Faculty member Julie Carlson will be presenting and representing the MS in Experiential Education program in March at the AEE Heartland Conference in Kalamazoo, Michigan, and again in April at the Allen Symposium hosted by the Recreation Program at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.