My Student Experience: 21 NC State College of Education Students Travel to Eastern North Carolina as Part of We Teach for NC Spring Break Trip
Twenty-one undergraduate students from the NC State College of Education spent part of their Spring Break in Eastern North Carolina touring schools, observing classrooms and meeting with administrators as part of the college’s We Teach for NC Spring Break Trip.
College of Education Doctoral Students Share ‘Critical Conversations’ Through Classroom Video Podcast
Associate Professor Cameron Denson and Teaching Assistant Mwenda Kudumu wanted to develop a way to engage students in class discussions without using online forums. They developed a model that will now be shared online through the “Critical Conversations” video podcast.
Counseling and Counselor Education Doctoral Student BJ Durham ’22PHD Aspires to Make A Difference in the Lives of Athletes
Doctoral student BJ Durham '22PHD came to the NC State College of Education for the counseling and counselor education program. He has always wanted to help people, physically and mentally. As a former college basketball player, Durham aspires to counsel athletes.
Engineering and Technology Education Doctoral Student John Howe ‘21EDD Accepted to NC State’s Preparing the Professoriate Program
Engineering and technology education doctoral student John Howe ‘21EDD has been accepted as a 2020-21 fellow in the NC State Graduate School’s Preparing the Professoriate (PTP) program for doctoral and postdoctoral scholars pursuing careers in higher education.
Educational Resources, Tips for COVID-19
As North Carolina and the nation work to combat the spread of the coronavirus (COIVD-19), education is moving online and into the home. The NC State College of Education is offering support through that process with resources for parents, educators, leaders and community colleges as they transition to remote learning. Here’s a collection of resources and stories about the work we’re doing.
Friday Institute’s Commitment to Educators, Students Continues Amidst COVID-19 Outbreak
During the uncertainty of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, schools across the country are closing to prevent its spread. The Friday Institute for Educational Innovation is continuing its commitment to supporting educators, collaborating with its community and providing resources for teaching and learning while educators and students are at home.
College of Education Faculty, Instructors Offer Resources to Help Parents Teaching At Home During Coronavirus (COVID-19) School Closures
With schools closed and many parents now educating their children at home because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, College of Education faculty are offering tips and resources to help parents in the process.
METRC Assistant Director and Digital Durham Founder Laura B. Fogle: Addressing the Homework Gap, Digital Divide During Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak
With schools across North Carolina moving to online learning as districts close to combat the coronavirus, METRC Assistant Director Laura B. Fogle shares the ways in which the change will magnify the issue of the homework gap.
College of Education’s Master of School Administration Program Wins Opal Mann Green Engagement and Scholarship Award
The College of Education’s Master of School Administration program, which was ranked as the top program of its kind in North Carolina by U.S. News and World Report’s Best Graduate School Rankings, will be recognized this summer with the Opal Mann Green Engagement and Scholarship Award.
Study of Project AIM Published by Associate Dean Paola Sztajn Examines Approach to Strengthen Professional Development Programs
Teachers who participated in the College of Education’s Project AIM professional development program demonstrated significant gains in the classroom. In a recent article Associate Dean Paola Sztajn, Ph.D., examines how the design of that program could be applied to strengthen other professional development opportunities.