Patricia Dougherty

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Science and Activity Camp for Elementary School Students

Elementary students, kindergarten through sixth grade, are invited to sample age-appropriate science investigations designed and facilitated by the students in Professor Gregg Humphrey’s course EDST 0315 Teaching Elementary Mathematics and Science. The dates are Tuesday, April 29, and Thursday, May … Continue reading

Marathon Reading of the Iliad

Faculty, staff and students are all invited to participate in the annual Classics Department marathon reading.  This year we will be reading Homer’s Iliad on the steps of the Davis Family Library during Fall Family Weekend (Oct 11-13). To sign … Continue reading

Spaces Remain for Science Camp

K-6 elementary students are invited to sample age appropriate science investigations designed and facilitated by the students in EDST 0315, Teaching Elementary Mathematics and Science (Instructor, Emily Hoyler). The dates are Tuesday, April 30 and Thursday, May 2, from 3:15-4:15 in McCardell … Continue reading

Science and Activity Camp for Elementary School Students

K-6th elementary students are invited to sample age appropriate science investigations designed and facilitated by the students in EDST 0315, Teaching Elementary Mathematics and Science (Instructor, Emily Hoyler). The dates are Tuesday, April 30 and Thursday, May 2, from 3:15-4:15 in McCardell … Continue reading

Alexander Twilight Afterschool Series: Jr Explorers

Junior Explorers!   Are you ready to explore?! Join Page One Literacy volunteers Kenneth and Caroline as they voyage through space and time, investigating everything from dinosaurs to the deep sea! On Wednesdays from 3:30-5:30 in Twilight Hall the explorers will … Continue reading

Literacy Olympics for Children

Professor Gregg Humphrey’s course, EDST 0305: Teaching Elementary Literacy and Social Studies, will be hosting an activity fair on the theme of “Literacy Olympics” for children in grades K-6 on Tuesday, November 13, from 3-4:15 p.m. in Twilight Hall. If … Continue reading

Literacy Olympics for Children

Professor Gregg Humphrey’s course, EDST 0305: Teaching Elementary Literacy and Social Studies, will be hosting an activity fair on the theme of “Literacy Olympics” for children in grades K-6 on Tuesday, November 13, from 3-4:15 p.m. in Twilight Hall. If … Continue reading

Alexander Twilight After-School Workshop

Page One Literacy and the Education Studies Program present this fall’s Alexander Twilight Afterschool Workshop series: “Around the World” Ji Eun Lee ’14 and Virginia Wiltshire-Gordon ’16 Every week we will explore a new country through arts and crafts, dance, … Continue reading

Marathon Reading of Ovid’s Metamorphoses

Please come join in reading or listening to: Ovid’s Metamorphoses The Classics Department’s Annual Marathon Reading When: Fall Family Weekend  (October 5, 6 and 7) Friday: 3-6 p.m. Saturday: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Where:  In front of … Continue reading

Still Spaces Left for Science & Activity Camp

Elementary students, kindergarten through sixth grade, are invited to sample age-appropriate science investigations designed and facilitated by the students in EDST0315, Teaching Elementary Mathematics and Science (Instructor Gregg Humphrey). The dates are Tuesday, May 1, and Thursday, May 3, from … Continue reading