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Children's author and UM-Flint alumnus Christopher Paul Curtis shared his writing inspirations with local fourth graders during the 8th Annual Writing Adventure.
UM-Flint assistant professor Annie Whitlock wants her pre-service elementary education teachers to teach citizenship in terms that signify inclusion, empathy, diversity, family, and activism.
UM-Flint welcomes Joel Maidens, the Education Department's new elementary education academic advisor.
The Master of Arts in Literacy Education at UM-Flint is now available online, continuing to focus on visual, personal, and interactive teaching and learning methods.