Madonna College of Education

November 2012 News

Michigan Association of Teacher Educators Conference

Saturday, Nov 10th, 8am-5pm

36600 Schoolcraft Rd

Livonia, MI

"Making it Real: Building your toolbox to becoming a Highly Effective teacher"

Registration is only $40 for this very important conference.

Attend for free? The first 10 Madonna students who volunteer to help with the set-up, conference, and clean-up, will get their conference fees paid by SFT/KDP/MECC. If you would like to volunteer, contact Donna Drolet at 734-432-5644.

Register online:

Full details:

SB-CEUs available for certified teachers and education professionals.


  • The Inclusive Classroom Community
  • Differentiating for Every Child
  • Assessing With Hope
  • The Highly Engaged Classroom

Conference questions:

SFT "Portfolio and Resume Event"

Monday, Nov 19th, 4:30-5:30pm

36600 Schoolcraft

Livonia, MI

Key Speakers: Dr. Obsniuk and Dr. Benedict

Bring what you have and get feedback from the experts! Attendees can also get a headshot taken for their portfolio page.

Time changed to accommodate more students!

Mon - 19th: 4:30-5:30 - room 1106

Tues - 20th: 1:00-2:00 - room 1108

RSVP to Donna Drolet for reservation.

Details: 734.432.5644

Math Praxis Workshop

Tuesday, Nov 20th, 6-8pm

36600 Schoolcraft Rd

Livonia, MI


Prof. Poppema from the Mathematics/Computer Science Department at Madonna University will be offering a Free workshop to help prepare students for the math portion of the PRAXIS I test.

If you have taken the math test before and have not passed or if you are considering taking the test in the near future then this workshop may be a great opportunity for you to gain confidence and increase your math skills. The deadline for registering is Thurs, Nov 15th.

If you are interested, please contact Mr. Duff in room 2228 in the College of Education, 734-432-5650 or by email at before Nov 15th.

Sponsored by the Center for Personalized Instruction and the College of Education.

Winter 2013 Registration is open!

Now would be a good time to schedule an appointment with your academic advisor.

For more details on any of the items in this email, as well as program information from the College of Education, check out the Fall 2012 Emerging Teacher newsletter: