College Of Education, Health, and Society

DR. DANTLEY: The college of education health and society is all about really making a difference in the lives of children in the lives of
adolescents and families. It’s all about people who want to serve
community, who really wanna see things become better for persons who are living
in our society. DR. SCHWARTZ: we are dealing with not just the intellect but we’re dealing
with the heart we’re dealing with your physical being. DR. TIMMERMAN: my research is focused on
the specific mechanisms in which exercise can help us decrease the risk of developing
disease. DR. CASTANEDA: the best description for me as I work alongside Miami students. DR. WANKO: Not as faculty/ student, but people who are working together toward the same goal. STUDENT EVAN: I really
feel like I’m working with my professors instead of for. DR. DANTLEY: They also get to have a
real one-on-one relationship with our faculty. A one-on-one. relationship with
mentors and advisors who really care about the future of our students. STUDENT EVAN: When I was in Ghana we volunteered at this local school there and it really forced me to think about different
ways of teaching different ways of looking at language. DR. DANTLEY: we understand that
if our students are going out into the field they’ve gotta be up to date with
technology. STUDENT EVAN: There’s a program at Miami it’s called Project backpack and it’s
for student teachers. There’s a laptop a projectable smart board. And you can just put it up on the wall and start drawing. DR. CASTANEDA: For the teacher candidates I use a program called TeachLive. DR. WANKO: Some of our students
will go into this classroom that has five avatars that they get to interact
with. DR. DANTLEY: The interactive learning environment allows prospective teachers
to be in a simulation to deal with classroom management issues, to deal with
curricular issues. DR. SCHWARTZ: The Urban Teaching Cohort or what we call the UTC is a place based approach to teacher education. Where they’re living and student teaching from the projects in Cincinnati. STUDENT: I had never been in Over the Rhine. I
didn’t know what went on there but I knew in my heart that this is something
that I just had to do. We met with community members, different
organizations, and got a sense of what it was like to live there. STUDENT: Whether it was
help renovating a house, cleaning up the neighborhood, that’s a way where I can just get into my field without the
classroom. DR. SCHWARTZ: So they’re understanding the community from a variety of perspectives. STUDENT:
Living in the community and what you teach allows you to create relationship
that you might not otherwise be able to. I chose social work because there are
people in my life that took the time out of their day to care for me and a lot of
those people were social workers. DR. SCHWARTZ: Now you’re a big 8th grader. Four more years you’re going where? STUDENT: Miami. STUDENT: It just felt natural. I felt like I just want to do this for the rest of my life. DR. DANTLEY: A great group of people who are committed to
making changes in our society. DR. SCHWARTZ: To watch the transformation in, the’ll the have this
shift and you can see their heart is being changed and because of that I know
they’re going to really make an impact. STUDENT EVAN: We are part of a family having come from
Miami were part of a big, awesome family.

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