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The teaching of English at the University of Iowa

John C. Gerber

The teaching of English at the University of Iowa

the first hundred years, 1861-1961

by John C. Gerber

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Published by Maecenas Press, Distributor, Publications Order Dept., University of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa .
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    Places:
  • Iowa.
    • Subjects:
    • University of Iowa -- History.,
    • English philology -- Study and teaching -- Iowa.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementJohn C. Gerber.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPE69.I59 G47 1995
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. <1 > :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1116838M
      ISBN 100944266215
      LC Control Number94042955
      OCLC/WorldCa31607733

      Department of Teaching and Learning programs prepare graduates for positions in public schools, local and state education agencies, clinical settings, and institutions of higher education. All licensure programs are approved by the Iowa Department of Education. The University of Iowa's Intensive English Program instructors are highly qualified and hold advanced degrees in TESL or related fields. All full-time instructors have knowledge of at least one second language.

      Students must take three honors seminars, submit a portfolio of work from the seminars, and maintain a University of Iowa g.p.a. of at least and an English major g.p.a. of at least Each year the department offers between four and six scholarship and criticism seminars covering a wide range of subjects, authors, methods, and eras. Student Teaching is the culminating field experience of the teacher education program. This field experience is an all day, full-semester placement in a school setting that is generally completed the final fall or spring semester of enrollment in the teacher education program.

      NOTICE: The University of Iowa Center for Advancement is an operational name for the State University of Iowa Foundation, an independent, Iowa nonprofit corporation organized as a (c)(3) tax-exempt, publicly supported charitable entity working to advance the University of Iowa. Please review its full disclosure statement. Enhance your health and well-being through programs aimed at faculty and staff. Job Opportunities. Find and apply for faculty, professional, and general service positions. Connect with fellow UI employees and UI alumni, build your professional profile, and find a job. Human Resources. Compensation and Classification. Employee and Labor Relations.


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The teaching of English at the University of Iowa by John C. Gerber Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Teaching of English at the University of Iowa: The First Hundred Years, by John C. Gerber (Author)Author: John C. Gerber. In accordance with Chapter 79 of the Iowa Administrative Code [(4)], the University of Iowa Teacher Education Program curriculum is “aligned with InTASC standards and embeds them in courses and field experiences.”.

61 rows  ENGLISH / (g) The Teaching of English: 3: SOCFOUND. The English PhD program is designed as preparation for the teaching, publishing, and administrative service required of a career in academia. Concentrations are offered in areas such as literary history and critical theory, as well as interdisciplinary areas such as cultural studies and the digital humanities.

This book should interest all who teach and all who have had the privilege of learning from a caring teacher."—John Halperin, University of San Diego "Teaching Life is a fascinating blend of practical advice on teaching, moral inquiry, and personal experience.

Its focus moves from the obligation to return exams promptly, to Christianity and Judaism, to Kingsley Amis, to. The English Education program draws from and contributes to a proud local and global heritage — the University of Iowa is known throughout the world as “The Writing University,” and Iowa City is the first UNESCO American “City of Literature” and the third designated in the world.

She has received national grants from the Woodrow Wilson Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, Imagining America, the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) network, and the National Council of Teachers of English.

At Iowa, she has won the Collegiate Teaching Award. Give to English NOTICE: The University of Iowa Center for Advancement is an operational name for the State University of Iowa Foundation, an independent, Iowa nonprofit corporation organized as a (c)(3) tax-exempt, publicly supported charitable entity working to advance the University of Iowa.

The University of Iowa is committed to transforming education and increasing opportunities for student success. The Transform, Interact, Learn, Engage (TILE) project supports these goals by transforming teaching practices, lively interaction, enhanced learning, and increased faculty/student.

The Center for Teaching encourages and advances teaching and learning excellence at Iowa, and promotes a university culture that values and rewards exceptional teaching. The Center is an advocate for effective, evidence-based, reflective teaching, a leader in faculty professional development, and a collaborative partner in sparking and shaping conversations about higher.

Attendance at diverse literary readings and scholarly presentations on the University of Iowa campus and in Iowa City, featuring visiting, local, and University of Iowa writers and scholars.

ENGL English at Work 1 s.h. The English Education program in the Department of Teaching and Learning offers a variety of courses to satisfy the requirements for graduation. You'll find information regarding course offerings as well as the frequency with which courses are offered on these pages to help you plan your program of studies.

I joined the English Department at the University of Iowa in My research and teaching explores twentieth-century poetry and culture, contemporary print and digital media, and the history of literary movements.

Prospective transfer students should contact the University of Iowa, Office of Admissions,for information about applying. Prospective English majors should contact Kate Torno, [email protected], with questions about the major.

The undergraduate program in English Education prepares students to teach English/language arts to grades Overview Undergraduate students will receive a B.A. from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, as well as English teacher certification to teach in Iowa through the college’s Teacher Education Program.

The University of Iowa Libraries collection is strong in all areas of English and American literature. Partly because of the influence of the Iowa Writers' Workshop, University Libraries has particular strengths in 20th-century fiction and poetry, including manuscript collections of 20th-century authors.

The General Education Literature Program is responsible for the design and teaching of that course, as well as other General Education Literature courses.

ENGL is a course required for almost all undergraduates in the College of Liberal Arts. The Iowa Intensive English Program (IIEP) at The University of Iowa is dedicated to providing students whose first language is not English with high quality intensive English instruction and a cultural, social, and academic orientation to the United States.

Accreditation. It is intended as a reference guide to orient faculty to the university and also direct faculty to more detailed sources of information such as: the Operations Manual, the Code of Student Life, relevant portions of the Board of Regents Policy Manual, and; the Code of Iowa.

For at-a-glance facts about the University of Iowa, see the Fact Book. It all started with a question from a student.

The year was Betty Azar was teaching her first English as a Second Language class at the University of Iowa. A student from the Middle East Author: VOA Learning English. Scott began teaching physical education to children in After completing her master’s degree at Teachers College, Columbia University, she moved up to high school level.

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