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2019 Summer Workshop for Catholic Educators

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2019 Summer Workshop for Catholic Educators June 18, 2019

EDU 340 Foundations of Education: The Catholic School 9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Aquinas College Siena Hall 4210 Harding Pike Nashville, Tennessee EDU 340 is a three-day workshop focusing on the nature, purpose, and mission of the Catholic school. Using...

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Other Side of the Desk November 28, 2018

Each Fall a new batch of Aquinas students enters the classroom – not on the campus, but in elementary and secondary schools across Tennessee. These budding educators are not new to the classroom, however, having spent many hours in observation and...

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The Spirit and Craft of Teaching in the Catholic Liberal Arts Tradition June 25, 2018

In collaboration with The Institute for Catholic Liberal Education, this one-week teacher training program will introduce new teachers with liberal arts backgrounds to the understanding and practice of teaching as they prepare for the daily demands of school life. The program will...

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Aquinas Students at NCEA Convention, Cincinnati May 14, 2018

Cincinnati, Ohio  Kicking off the Easter season with a road trip proved to be the perfect thing, as a pilgrimage of Aquinas students, faculty and staff drove to Cincinnati for the National Catholic Educational Association Convention & Expo, April 2-5....

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Alumni Spotlight: Priscilla Serrano, ’17 March 23, 2018

This article is reprinted from the Spring 2018 issue of Aquinas Magazine.  By Sister Elizabeth Anne Allen, O.P., Ed.D. Priscilla Serrano, a 2017 graduate of Aquinas College, might be a first-year teacher, but she is already an award winner two...

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Catholic Schools Week 2018 January 26, 2018

The Goal of the Catholic School “The Catholic school sets out to be a school for the human person and of human persons. The person of each individual human being, in his or her material and spiritual needs, is at the...

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