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Feb 13
Monday
Public

Teach For America and TNTP – MSEd Information Session

Whether you have recently heard about our program, or you are beginning the application process, we want to extend an offer for you to attend our MSEd Info Session on Monday, February 13 from 7:30-8:30 p.m. ET. In this info session webinar, you will learn about the Teach For America and TNTP master’s degree partnership with the Johns Hopkins University School of Education. The MSEd program is entirely online and built to support the work and development of full-time teachers.…

Feb 16
Thursday
Public

Gifted Education Webinar

FEATURED PROGRAMS: MASTER OF SCIENCE IN GIFTED EDUCATION The Master of Science in Education with concentration in Gifted Education prepares educators and administrators for teaching and leadership roles in gifted education. This program provides graduate students with critical knowledge and skills in areas such as curriculum, instruction, program development, and assessment to meet the needs of academically talented students. Faculty members are affiliated with the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth, the world leader in gifted education since 1979. CTY…

Feb 17
Friday
Private
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SOE Town Hall

The town hall will be offered in a hybrid format. 

Feb 18
Saturday
Feb 23
Thursday
Public

Education Policy Webinar

This 33 to 36 credit master’s degree program is focused on the changing landscape of education policy in the 21st century in the wake of No Child Left Behind. The field is looking for leaders with sophisticated skill sets who are able to understand complex federal and state statutes and regulations, to research and report on initiatives, to draft policy and regulatory language; to conduct financial analyses; and to possess a deep understanding of the inequities in education. They must…

Feb 28
Tuesday
Public

Master of Education in the Health Professions Webinar

The Master of Education in the Health Professions (MEHP) is partnership of five Johns Hopkins schools, including the schools of Medicine, Public Health, Nursing, Business, and Education, that prepares a new generation of leaders in education related to medicine, public health, nursing, and other health professions. The program integrates interdisciplinary expertise to provide faculty the most current and effective theories, strategies, and measurements to ensure they have the skills to teach future health professionals best practices that improve the quality…

Mar 1
Wednesday
Public

Digital Age Learning and Educational Technology Webinar

The Digital Age Learning and Educational Technology (DALET) master’s degree program is designed for Pre-K–16 teachers, administrators, student support personnel, organizational leaders, education nonprofit professionals, and policymakers who want to use the best research from technology and the learning sciences to inform and improve professional practice in education. Our curriculum aligns with ISTE Standards for Educators and focuses on the evolving field of learning science and the ways technology supports educational evolution. Students explore emerging technology trends and research best…

Mar 27
Monday
Private

Johns Hopkins School of Education Diversity Leadership Seminar

This two-day seminar for established and aspiring leaders to be facilitated by Educational Equity Consultants. Johns Hopkins University Scott-Bates Commons Barber Room and Salon Room C

Apr 14
Friday
Private
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AERA Conference Chicago: JHU School of Education Reception

Cocktail reception for Chicago-area alumni and SOE community members attending AERA Conference

May 2
Tuesday
Wajahat Ali, author of Go Back To Where You Came From pictured next to his book cover

Johns Hopkins School of Education Wajahat Ali Guest Lecture

Join the Johns Hopkins School of Education for a guest lecture presented by Wajahat Ali, author of Go Back To Where You Came From

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