Capital Breakfast Briefing
Virtual Summer Series

1. Breakfast Briefing- Dr. Bradley Conrad

Wednesday, June 17
8:00 a.m. presentation

Hosted on Zoom
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About This Event

Capital University associate professor and author of the forthcoming Teacher’s College Press book Lesson Planning with Purpose: Five Approaches to Curriculum Design, Dr. Bradley Conrad will present on his work with the Tales from the Classroom project, a national undertaking comprised of a team of over 50 education scholars and educators across the United States that seeks to improve schools for kids and educational professionals. Dr. Conrad will discuss the team’s mission to leave the ivory tower to make a tangible different through blogging and multimedia, informing parents, educators, policymakers, and those interested in K-12 education about what's really happening in schools. Participants learn how they might get involved in advocating for a greater education for all.

Event Registration Info

Free event 

Please register below by Tuesday, June 16

2. Breakfast Briefing- Dr. Christine Anderson

Wednesday, July 15
8:00 a.m. presentation

Hosted on Zoom
Link to join event will be added here at a later date.

About This Event

Join fellow alumni for a presentation by Dr. Christine Anderson, Associate Professor and Primmer Distinguished Professor in Biological Sciences. Given to Capital University through a generous donation in 2005, the Merl and Margaret Primmer Outdoor Learning Center was established to foster biological research experiences and creative learning opportunities for the students, faculty, alumni, and friends of Capital University. An ideal research and learning center, the diverse 74-acre property located in Hocking Hills exemplifies the principles of biological conservation and environmental sustainability. Dr. Anderson and current students will discuss its importance, value, and benefits by highlighting recent student-centered research projects, teaching and educational experiences, and service and internship work at the center.
https://www.capital.edu/primmer/

Event Registration Info

Free event

Please register below by Tuesday, July 14.

3. Breakfast Briefing- Dr. Martha Michael

Thursday, August 20
8:00 a.m. presentation

Hosted on Zoom
Link to join event will be added here at later date.

About This Event

Join fellow alumni for a presentation by Dr. Martha Michael, professor of Education: Art and Intervention Specialist Pedagogy. Highlighted will be the process of establishing community partnerships for Intervention Specialist licensure seeking Education students in tutoring ELL students from The Republic of Myanmar (Burma) at Ethiopian Tewahedoh Social Services (ETSS) Zomi Church in Columbus, as well as incarcerated youth at the Franklin County Juvenile Detention Facility. These experiences, as examples of service learning couched within courses, increase Capital University students' confidence and competence, awareness of cultural differences and tutee affinities as well as situational expectations, as they learn to teach through data collection and outcome- and criterion-based instructional planning, to increase the academic and social behaviors of the tutees.

Event Registration Info

Free event

Please register below by Wednesday, August 19.

 

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Wednesday June 17
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Professional development series for alumni and friends.
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Wednesday July 15
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
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Thursday August 20
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
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