Author Archives: Dawn LoMauro

Full Time Teaching Position January 2022

Northern Highlands Regional High School has a full-time teaching position opening in January, 2022 for an individual with certification in Psychology. The position is advertised as a leave of absence, but has the possibility of a tenure track hire. If …
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Dawn LoMauro Operations Manager/Exec Asst to the Assoc Provost Dawn LoMauro
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Want to be a teacher?

Come to the BA/MAT Info Session and learn about how you can get your teaching certification at Drew!

Both in-person and virtual information sessions are being offered.  Check out dates/times and register for one session HERE.

Thursday, September 16 ⧫ 12:00 …

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Dawn LoMauro Operations Manager/Exec Asst to the Assoc Provost Dawn LoMauro
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SEEDS is hiring for the summer!

At the link below, you will find the job descriptions for the teaching positions we have available this summer. Please pass along to your contacts in your professional networks. Any questions or inquiries can be sent to me directly by …

Posted by Dawn LoMauro
Dawn LoMauro Operations Manager/Exec Asst to the Assoc Provost Dawn LoMauro
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K-12 Virtual Networking – June 23 7-9pm

The NJ ED Recruit FREE virtual networking event series continues for
New Jersey educators and schools June 23rd from 7-9pm!
Click HERE to register as a K-12 candidate or employer.  

N J ED Recruit is a free video interview platform for …

Posted by Dawn LoMauro
Dawn LoMauro Operations Manager/Exec Asst to the Assoc Provost Dawn LoMauro
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FREE virtual networking events for New Jersey educators

Virtual Networking Event – Wednesday June 2nd

NJ ED Recruit is planning a series of FREE virtual networking events for
New Jersey educators and schools starting June 2nd from 3:45-5pm!  Click here to learn more and to register as a K-12 candidate …

Posted by Dawn LoMauro
Dawn LoMauro Operations Manager/Exec Asst to the Assoc Provost Dawn LoMauro
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8 Reasons Students Need Technology in the Classroom

Technology continues to have a profound impact on today’s students, allowing students across the globe to compete on equal footing and to broaden their horizons like never before. With the help of technology, the ever-changing needs of modern learners are …

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How to Cultivate a Trauma-Informed Classroom Environment

Students come to us in all shapes and sizes, with all different abilities and challenges, and it is our job to both identify and meet those various needs. But what if those “needs” aren’t measured on a formal assessment, or …

Posted by Dawn LoMauro
Dawn LoMauro Operations Manager/Exec Asst to the Assoc Provost Dawn LoMauro
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A Learning Environment | Implementing Universal Design Learning at Work

If you work in education, you are likely already aware of universal design learning (UDL), a framework that is integral in the creation of inclusive classrooms. Rooted in learning science, UDL is about providing multiple entry points for people to …

By Sheena Daree Miller - Idealist Careers
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Librarians become go-to resource during school closures

School librarians’ roles have been evolving for years, but now they’ve become the go-to resource for innovative ideas and new distance learning technology, District Administration reports.
Shannon McClintock Miller, district teacher librarian and director of innovation at Van Meter Community School District …

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Dawn LoMauro Operations Manager/Exec Asst to the Assoc Provost Dawn LoMauro
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Yoga, help lines, virtual social hours: Strategies to support staff through COVID-19

As coronavirus virus-related school closures continue to disrupt the nation’s education system, even veteran teachers are feeling pressure, exhaustion and stress — but educators like Michele Lew, an assistant principal at Arcadia High School outside of Los Angeles, have developed unconventional …

Posted by Dawn LoMauro
Dawn LoMauro Operations Manager/Exec Asst to the Assoc Provost Dawn LoMauro
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