Be the change you want to see in this world
Tuesday, December 29, 2009
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Thursday, December 24, 2009
Sunday, December 20, 2009
I would also like to encourage all UOG graduates to join the UOG Alumni Association, and for those who graduated from the School of Education, I especially encourage you to join the SOE Alumni Association. You can access the alumni membership forms on the respective alumni websites located below.
UOG Alumni Association: http://uogalumniassociation.blogspot.com
SOE Alumni Association: http://soealumniassociation.blogspot.com
Pictured above left to right: Dr. Matilda Naputi Rivera, Language and Literacy/TESOL Adjunct Professor, UOG Alumni Association Vice President, and SOE Alumni Association President; Richardson "Rick" Chiwi, Language and Literacy graduate; and Dr. Catherine Stoicovy, Language and Literacy/TESOL Program Advisor and Professor.
Pictured above left to right: Mae Mendiola, Special Education M.Ed. graduate and SOE Alumni Association Treasurer; Dr. Matilda Naputi Rivera, Language and Literacy/TESOL Adjunct Professor, UOG Alumni Association Vice President, SOE Alumni Association President, and ACEI Co-Advisor; Lois Taitano Gumataotao, Special Education M.Ed. graduate and SOE Alumni Association Vice President.
Pictured above left to right: Liwanag Dominguez, SOE Alumni Association Secretary; Lois Taitano Gumataotao, Special Education M.Ed. graduate and SOE Alumni Association Vice President; Lolita Sigueza, Special Education M.Ed. graduate; and Dr. Matilda Naputi Rivera, Language and Literacy Adjunct/TESOL Professor, UOG Alumni Association Vice President, SOE Alumni Association President, and ACEI Co-Advisor.
Un Dangkulo Na Si Yu'os Ma'ase'! BIBA UOG!
●Forty-six received master's degrees this year, and 131 received bachelor's degrees.
●Valedictorian: Geralyn Marie Dydasco Pablo
●The graduates earned degrees in the areas of Language and Literacy, Special Education, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Secondary Education, Administration and Supervision, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, Counseling, English, Communication, Biology, Accounting, Nursing, Psychology, Sociology, Computer Information Systems, Finance and Economics, International Tourism and Hospitality, Criminal Justice, Public Administration, and more!
Saturday, December 12, 2009
As part of our community contribution to promote literacy, the University of Guam’s ED638* students and I will continue to share effective literacy websites that we think you’ll enjoy and learn from at the same time!
Contributor: Devin Paciente
The website http://www.funschool.com provides learning activities for students, teachers and parents. There are many learning activities for grade levels Pre-K to 6th grade. Most of the activities are quiz-type games that users can play for subjects such as Reading, Language Arts, and Math. There are also games for content areas, such as Science, Social Studies, and Health.
For students in Pre-K, there are matching, counting and printable coloring activities. K-2 students can have fun learning how to type and spell with the Language game Super Hyper Spider Typer! Students in the 3rd-4th grades can have fun with math and memorizing activities that become more challenging as they progress through levels. The 5th-6th grade students can apply their knowledge to trivia-type games on a variety of subjects. The website also includes a game that helps young learners support recycling.
The website also includes a link for parents to http://www.kaboose.com. On the website there is a blog where parents can read and share their stories, parenting tips, family activities, or just simply exchange ideas. Parents can also find seasonal/thematic arts and crafts activities, as well as many recipes that they can experiment with, such as grilling, cooking with kids, or healthy eating.
*ED638: Teaching with the Internet
Wednesday, December 09, 2009
The Guam International Reading Association's 10th Annual Community Book Fair be held on Saturday, December 12, 2009 at the Agana Shopping Center from 10:00 A.M. until 1:00 P.M. Bring the entire family for a fun day of literacy filled with books, Read Alouds, raffle prizes, and more! There will be exciting student performances including Maria Ulloa Elementary School’s Head Start students and the St. Francis Honor Choir. A special appearance of Clifford the Big Red Dog will also be available.
A special presentation of IRA’s Community Book Baskets will benefit the following: University of Guam’s School of Education Literacy Lab, Guam Memorial Hospital’s Pediatric Ward, Erica’s House, Department of Youth Affairs, and the Alee Shelter in order to promote literacy.
There will be an array of books just for you! There will be paperback and hardcover books, young adult literature, and an assortment of professional books—all at affordable prices. There will also be software, novelties, and brand new Read-A-Thon 2010: “Go Green, Go Read” stocking stuffers. Books for IRA’s upcoming visiting author, Eric Ode, will also be on sale. There will be items from Southern Creations, PBS Guam, School Essentials, and Scholastic. Other features include the make-n-take children’s craft table, face painting by ACEI, gift wrapping stations, and more! You won't want to miss this event!