Applications Open for TIP Teaching Scholars Award Program
A new program designed to create a teacher pipeline for rural and semi-rural areas in North Carolina is now accepting applications from NC State juniors or seniors who will complete their student teaching during the 2018-19 academic year.
TIP, NC State Education Establish $10K TIP Teaching Scholars Award Program
The program will create a pipeline of teachers for rural and semi-rural areas in North Carolina.
STEM Education Day? “This was an Exciting, Informative Day”
A look back, via Exposure.co, at our first STEM Education Day, when about 400 K-12 students and their parents participated in 20 hands-on activities to spark their interest in STEM education.
Adria Shipp Dunbar on the Role of Technology in Counselor Education
On the eve of leading a webinar for counselors on “13 Reasons Why,” the assistant professor of counselor education talks about what the book and Netflix series means for counselors and about the role of technology in counselor education.
NC State Education to Host STEM Education Day Saturday, Sept. 23
STEM Education Day will feature 20 hands-on, interactive activities and demonstrations designed to encourage K-12 students to consider STEM education, including teaching, as a career.
How to Enhance Learning Over the Summer
A group from the NC State College of Education spent six weeks in June, July and August working to prevent summer learning loss among children in East Durham -- and learning how to be effective teachers.
In Namibia, Student Learns How to Teach Tech Skills Without Internet Access
Student Madison Weidner volunteered in Namibia this summer, and it’s helping her become a more culturally competent educator.
Ph.D. Candidate Starts STEM Summer Camp to Empower Children, Teens in Foster Care
Drawing on his own experiences as a kid who lived in a group home and as a teacher, Daniel Kelly has started a summer camp that connects kids in the foster care system with STEM fields.
Robert Q. Berry: Think of Math as a Social Endeavor
The president-elect of the National Council on Teaching Mathematics encouraged 900 teachers in the Triangle to see themselves as identity builders during the NC State Triangle High Five Math Summit Aug. 2-3.