Posted on 2013-02-24
Information regarding Inservice Courses and the Spring Consortium are now available. Click on the respective menu for details.
Posted on 2012-08-22
Project-Based Learning Part One will be offered in the Fall of 2012. Info will be sent to members shortly. (3 Inservice Credit Hours)
To become a member, fill out the mail form located under the "Membership" menu.
Fall 2012 Schedule
Posted on 2012-08-06
Stay tuned for information regarding the Fall 2012 schedule. S.E.E. plans to announce professional development courses, meet-ups, and consortiums.
The Crane School of Music: 125 Years- A Tradition of Innovation
Posted on 2012-02-18
Kevin Tims and Phil Greco will be participating in the Crane School of Music's Symposium taking place in September 2012. Stay tuned for more details.
S.E.E. to share learning plans to members
Posted on 2012-02-18
If you're interested in receiving free learning plans, based on constructivist learning theory, feel free to sign up as a member. Membership is free and can be accessed by clicking on the membership tab and telling us who you are and how we can share our learning plans with you.
Professional Growth Session in Miami, FL
Posted on 2012-02-05
I'd like to thank Tim Sharp, the Miami Children's Chorus, and the dedicated teachers working in Miami, FL for giving us the opportunity to share ideas on teaching and learning this weekend. It was a pleasure meeting and working with you. I wish all of you a wonderful "part 2" of the school year. Please feel free to contact us at any time for more information. Hope to hear from you soon. Thank again - Phil Greco
2012 Board Elections
Posted on 2011-12-21
The Society for Ethics in Education recently elected its 2012 Executive Board consisting of the following members: Phil Greco (Coordinator), Kevin Tims (Representative for Behavioral Research), Mike Mitchell (Representative for Cognitive Research), and William Willis (Representative for Research in Practice).
The first action of the new board is to create an advisory council to be comprised of university professors, school administrators, teachers, supporters, parents, and students. The society intends to consult with the advisory council when constructing and implementing guiding frameworks used in the development of courses, conferences, festivals, and multi-media presentations.