For Immediate Release
August 20, 2007
Contacts: David Ottalini, 301 405 4076 or email@example.com
College of Education Media Day
||The Hornbake Library is just off Campus Drive and Rt. 1 (Baltimore Ave.) at the University of Maryland.
- Five top faculty members will be available to talk on a wide range of Back-to-School topics that include No Child Left Behind, literacy, university-community partnerships, social and emotional development, teaching math to high school students with disabilities, and high quality teaching. There will be plenty of time for questions. A complete schedule is below.
- Wednesday, September 5, 2007, 10 a.m. to Noon.
- Hornbake Library Studio, Room 302HH, University of Maryland (College Park)
||The Hornbake Studio is located in room 302HH in Nonprint Media (downstairs).
- Reporters interested in education issues are invited to attend our first College of Education Media Day. There will be two sessions with five of our top education experts:
10:00 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.
Donna Wiseman, Ph.D.-Interim Dean: School partnerships.
Ken Rubin, Ph.D. (Human Development): Social and emotional development in
childhood and adolescence (bullying, etc.).
10:45 - 11 a.m.
11:00 - Noon:
Jennifer King Rice, Ph.D. (Education Policy Studies): High quality
teaching; NCLB reauthorization.
Paula Maccini, Ph.D. (Special Education): Teaching mathematics to secondary
students with disabilities.
Jennifer Danridge Turner, Ph.D. (Curriculum and Instruction): Culturally
relevant literacy instruction.
Read more about our Education Media Day experts.
Back-to-School Experts by Subject Area.
- Accredited media interested in taking part in the College of Education Media Day should call Dave Ottalini in University Communications at 301-405-4076 to reserve a space. Print media can park in the Union Lane Garage next to the Stamp Student Union (just a short walk from the Hornbake Library). TV media can offload equipment at the Hornbake Library loading dock.
- For more information, contact Dave Ottalini (University Communications) at 301-405-4076 or Jennifer Manning (College of Education) at