Kappan is the professional magazine for anyone who cares about K-12 education and features articles about classroom practice, policy, research, professional issues, and innovations in education.
A tradition starting in 2016-2017 will be an annual UNO PDK World Café conversation. A World Café is a structured conversation around a key question or topic. Results of each annual UNO PDK World Café will be shared with metro-area educational leaders, participants, and available for the public on this website.
The mission of the Topics in Education Symposium (TIES) is to foster discussion, inspire innovation, and provide educators with a regional forum to disseminate research findings, share best practices, discuss current educational topics, and provide other innovative thinking and creative activities across all areas of education.
TIES is a collaborative of the Journal of Curriculum, Teaching, Learning, and Leadership in Education, Phi Delta Kappa #0116, and the Center for Faculty Excellence. The Journal of Curriculum, Teaching, Learning, and Leadership in Education is an online open access journal published in the College of Education at the University of Nebraska at Omaha by DigitalCommons@UNO. Manuscripts are accepted ongoing. Journal manuscript submission guidelines are online and accepted ongoing. TIES presentation proposals are online. The Journal and TIES support each other, but manuscript review and acceptance is a separate process from TIES presentation review and acceptance.
UNO PDK Members' Dissertations and Theses
We would love to post your dissertation and thesis work here. Please send a final PDF copy of your dissertation or thesis to Dr. Tami Williams with an email statement "I give permission to UNO PDK Chapter #0116 to post a PDF copy of my dissertation on the UNO PDK Chapter #0116 website." Please this enclosed guidance to know if you can post your work on this site.
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