Catie Burnette ‘17MSA Celebrated as 2019-2020 Wake County Assistant Principal of the Year
When Hilburn Academy Assistant Principal Catie Burnette ‘17MSA was named 2019-2020 Wake County Assistant Principal of the Year, she had the opportunity to experience her school’s unique celebration.
Passion for Science, Students Leads Ashley Bailey ‘00 to be Honored as 2020 North Carolina Charter School Teacher of the Year
Ashley Bailey ‘00 is the 2020 North Carolina Charter School Teacher of the Year. As a biology teacher at Roxboro Community School, she shares her love of science with her students, who grow to love the subject, too.
Pursuing Success Through Education: Erica Shoulders-Royster ‘12MSA Named Franklin County Schools Principal of the Year
Franklin County Early College High School principal Erica Shoulders-Royster ‘12MSA has achieved a number of firsts throughout her life, and her commitment to educational success has led her to be recognized as Franklin County Schools’ 2019-2020 Principal of the Year.
Wake County’s Diane Kent-Parker First-Year Teacher of the Year Brianna Barbour ‘19 Recognized for Instilling Students With Sense of Purpose
The speech, by Latin American civil rights activist Cesar Chavez, was long, about 12 pages. Brianna Barbour ‘19 knew it was a lot for her Apex Friendship Middle School students, but the subject matter was important. So, she split her […]
Mike Casey ‘18MSA Named Pitt County Schools 2019-2020 Assistant Principal of the Year
G.R. Whitfield School Assistant Principal Mike Casey ‘18MSA has a lifelong love of learning. It’s what led him to earn his Master of School Administration from the NC State College of Education through the Northeast Leadership Academy and what led him to become Pitt County Schools 2019-2020 Assistant Principal of the Year.
NC State College of Education Award-Winning Alumni Share Tips for Virtual Teaching, Online Instruction
As the coronavirus (COVID 19) outbreak pushes education online, educators across the country are having to adapt to online instruction. A few of our alumni who have national, state and district-wide awards for their work in K-12 schools share how they are adjusting and offer their tips and advice for successful remote learning.
College of Education’s Student Success, Graduate Student Support Teams Offer Support to Students Through Virtual Engagement
The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has made in-person communication difficult, but the NC State College of Education’s student success and graduate support teams have found success using virtual engagement opportunities to stay in touch with students.
NC State STEM Early College High School Liaison Amber McGregor Moves Tutoring, Advising Online to Connect with Students
As the liaison between Wake STEM Early College High School and the NC State College of Education, Amber McGregor works to support students through counseling, academic advising, course instruction and course placement. When Wake Stem Early College High School moved online, she did, too, transitioning her tutoring and academic advising to a virtual format.
Virtual Dinners Bring Teaching Fellows Together for Learning, Community
When the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic hit, Teaching Fellows Coordinator Crystal Espey ‘11, ‘18MSA knew she needed to maintain the Teaching Fellows’ sense of community. So, she moved their Monday forum sessions online and transformed them into virtual dinners.
Meet Shiyan Jiang: ‘Learning is a Curiosity-Driven Process’
Assistant Professor Shiyan Jiang, Ph.D., is one of several new faculty joining the NC State College of Education for the 2019-20 academic year.