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PD 6725 – Preservice Access to Computing Knowledge (PACK) Success

The PACK Success PGU provides engaging professional learning for preservice elementary teachers with the goal of increasing their self-efficacy, and thereby confidence and intention, for including CS in the “regular” classroom. Students will explore online and physical resources and gain exposure to related teaching standards with hands-on activities. Participants will be asked to participate in…

Virtual STEM Education Graduate Open House

STEM Education Graduate Open House for prospective masters and doctoral students. This will be conducted virtually via Zoom. Please contact Maya Stafford at for a link or additional information.

Virtual STEM Ed Graduate Open House

Join faculty members in the STEM Education department to learn more about our masters and doctoral programs. This open house will be held completely virtually on Zoom, find the link below.

PD 6761 – Preparing for the Special Education edTPA

During this session, students will learn about the process and expectations for the edTPA performance assessment in the licensure area of Special Education, General Curriculum. We will discuss important distinctions between General Education and Special Education processes, and how students can prepare for the process prior to their student teaching internship. Students will have an…

PD 6775 – Building Bridges: A Path to Stringer Communities in Education

It is important for teachers to understand that they play a vital role in shaping the lives of their students. While teaching in the classroom is essential, it is equally important to recognize the significance of community involvement in education. By building bridges between the classroom and the community, teachers can provide their students with…

PD 6756 – Hot Topics in Education

In this unconference-styled event, students will discover, research, and discuss hot topics facing NC Education. Date: Thursday, November 16, 2023 Time: 5:30 - 7:30 PM Location: TBD Audience: Teaching Fellows or Pre-Service Teachers Info: Alicia Burnette Whitley Credit: 1.0

November 2023 Virtual Open House: Inside the Graduate Student Experience

The College of Education will host two virtual open houses for prospective graduates on Oct. 9 and Nov. 16  from 6:30-8 p.m. (EST) via Zoom. The virtual format allows attendees to gain a broad overview of the College of Education, reviewing our resources for graduate students, and receiving insight from a panel of current graduate…

Doctoral Dissertation: DANIELA BARRIGA

Daniela Barriga Dissertation title: The Effect of Student-Teacher Ethnoracial Matching for Students with Disabilities on Academic Outcomes. Under the direction of Drs. Tamara Young and Anna Egalite. 27 November 2023 at 1 p.m. Zoom link:


CANCELED PD 631 – Youth Mental Health Training

Youth Mental Health First Aid Training provides training about various mental health challenges as well as their role as teachers and strategies for dealing with these situations. Youth Mental Health First Aid training will support participants in their interactions with peers and provide strategies they may use in their future classrooms. Option 1 PD 631…