Teaching the Pack: Valerie Faulkner
Valerie Faulkner, Ph.D., teaching associate professor in the Teacher Education and Learning Sciences department, and other teachers in the College of Education are adapting to online instruction themselves while supporting future teachers in doing so.
Mebane Foundation: Yadkin Wolfpack Literacy Partnership: Equipping Teachers to be Literacy Leaders
Yadkin County School educators share their experiences so far in the Yadkin Wolfpack Literacy Partnership, a cohort-based Master of Education program that allows teachers to gain the expertise needed to effectively implement evidence-based literacy instruction, assessment and intervention in the elementary grades.
Kids Math Talk: Student Discourse and Engagement Goals – An Interview with Paola Sztajn and Kristen Malzahn
NC State College of Education Professor Paola Sztajn, Ph.D., discusses Project AIM and her new book, Activating Math Talk: 11 Purposeful Techniques for Your Elementary Students, on this podcast.
The Sustainable Bioproducts and Bioenergy Program (SBBP) Adapts to COVID-19
The Sustainable Bioproducts and Bioenergy Program is a collaboration between NC State's College of Natural Resources led by Dr. Richard Venditti and the College of Education led by Dr. Margaret Blanchard. Currently, the program is focused on educational outreach in high schools, particularly those in rural communities. The SBBP team works with science teachers in these communities to provide distance courses, lesson plans, hands on workshops, and resources to promote sustainable practices using plant-based and renewable resources.
Inside an IEP: Immersive Meetings to Prepare Future Teachers
Assistant Professor of Special Education Jamie Pearson, Ph.D., and a team at DELTA are leveraging virtual reality and PlayPosit to create virtual meetings that will better prepare future teachers to support students with disabilities and positively impact the educational experience.
Strategies Can Help Teach Students to Discuss Politics
NC State Assistant Professors Paula McAvoy, Ph.D., and Christy Byrd, Ph.D., hold “Dinner with Democracy” to help students productively discuss political differences.
Lauren Fels ’22: ‘My Program Offered Many Volunteer Programs Such as Teaching English to Elementary, High School or Adults, Volunteering with Service Projects Around the City and Giving Tours of Florence’
Lauren Fels '22, who is pursuing a degree in elementary education with an English as a second language add-on licensure, spent last fall in Florence, Italy as part of the NC State in Italy: Semester at Lorenzo de' Medici Institute study abroad program. She shares her experience and what she learned as a future educator.
Meet the 2020-2021 Provost’s Faculty Fellows
The Provost’s Faculty Fellows Program has selected a second cohort of talented faculty to explore academic leadership roles at the university’s highest levels, including NC State College of Education Professor Meg Blanchard, Ph.D.
Pack Hacks for Faculty: Compassion and Understanding in Online Teaching and Learning
Angie Smith, Ph.D., associate teaching professor in the Department of Educational Leadership, Policy and Human Development in the College of Education, provides insight into adjusting to online teaching and learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Donor Support Boosts Access and Inclusion for Master of Arts in Teaching Program
Scholarships provided thanks to the College of Education Excellence Fund are helping a more diverse group of students prepare to make an impact through the teaching profession.