Saturday, March 2

We will share technology tools with student teachers to help them understand how to effectively integrate technology into classroom lessons. Student teachers in any state who are student teaching during the next year or taking methods courses may attend. We are also encouraging faculty to attend.

Centennial School

Tuesday, March 5

Please join Lehigh's College of Education for its 1st Annual "Crucial Conversations Series Dialog." Counseling Psychology Professor Dr. Nicole Johnson will moderate a dialog between Dr. Joseph Roy, Superintendent of the Bethlehem Area School District and Dr. Peter Langman, psychologist, author, and trainer and a Counseling Psychology alum who is an expert on school shootings. Questions please contact Trish Dilg -

Packard Laboratory Packard 101 - Auditorium

Tuesday, March 12

Seeking social studies educators and school leaders in Lehigh Valley, PA and the surrounding region to join us in discussions about civic education and civic opportunities for students. If you enjoy collaborating with others, we hope to see you there!

Building C 210

Saturday, March 16

What are Socratic Rounds? "Rounds" is a an open circle discussion between professionals, educators, administrators and people from all backgrounds who share an interest in how Race, Class, Gender and Privilege impact our lives, our schools and our society. We may have guest speakers, small group discussions or other presentations where we get to the real nitty gritty and have deep open conversations about our roles regarding these issues. We share perspectives and discuss ways, such as using the Arts, to effectively address these challenges. Come join us! We will meet in Building C Room 210. A light breakfast and/or Coffee and Tea will be available at 9 and we have our gathering for sharing, and growth, from 9:30-noon. Rounds are free of charge and are open to all. Contact Jon Drescher for more information:

Building C 210

Saturday, March 30

Please join us on March 30th for a half day event focusing on restorative justice practices. The use of zero-tolerance policies has led to more failed student coursework, chronic absenteeism, disengagement, dropout as well as creating racial disparities when it comes to disciplinary actions for students. Restorative practices have the potential to transform a school’s disciplinary policies to focus on building and nurturing relationships as well as repairing the harm done to others. Come learn how this framework has been integrated within the local Bethlehem area school district. The event is free with breakfast and lunch provided. Please RSVP with the link on the flyer (

Rauch Business Center 184