Design & Pitch Free Teacher Professional Development
The Design & Pitch Team will be providing 25 hours of FREE professional development for teachers of all grade levels the first week of August.
Meet Our Incoming Students: Three Incoming Education Students Named Goodnight Scholars
Three of the incoming students who will be joining the NC State College of Education this fall will be part of the Goodnight Scholars Program, a prestigious scholarship program for students interested in studying STEM fields established by NC State alumni Jim and Ann Goodnight.
Meet Our Incoming Students: Welcome Four of Our Out-of-State Future Educators
Some of the newest students who will be joining the NC State College of Education this fall are from out-of-state. Meet four of those students and hear why they chose the college, why they chose their major and why they chose education.
Johnston County Public Schools Outstanding First Year Teacher of the Year Sarah Bowman ‘19: ‘My Goal is to be the Teacher I Needed as a Student for My Students’
When COVID-19 forced schools to move to online instruction and remote learning, Johnston County Public Schools Outstanding First Year Teacher Sarah Bowman ‘19 was prepared. She drew from her experiences in the NC State College of Education.
#WhyIChoseEducation: ‘I Believe in the Nobility of the Teaching Profession and that Quality Teachers Change Students’ Lives,’ Says Science Education Doctoral Student Matt Reynolds ‘20PHD
For Matt Reynolds ‘20PHD, being a teacher is in his blood. As a fourth generation educator, teaching has always been a part of his life, but being able to merge his passion for science with education led him to pursue a career as a science educator.
NC State College of Education Students Share the Impact of Scholarships on Their Educational Journey, How Financial Support Has Changed Their Lives
Scholarships to the NC State College of Education make it possible for students to pursue their dreams and become extraordinary educators. Scholarship recipients Eric Wylie, Juan Cortes and Elyse Smith share how financial support has impacted their academic experience.
Ask the Expert: How Can Teachers Use Technology in the Classroom? As a Tool to Enhance Instruction and Motivate Students, Says Professor Karen Hollebrands
Alumni Distinguished Undergraduate Professor Karen Hollebrands, Ph.D., says that technology can be an important classroom tool to enhance mathematics instruction, but teachers must make sure they are choosing appropriate technological resources.
Stepping Up to Serve: Teaching Fellows Caroline Alexander ’20 and Devin Byrne ’20 Discuss Careers in Service-Related Fields
Caroline Alexander '20 and Devin Byrne '20 are two of the many members of the Class of 2020 who will pursue careers in service-related fields, where they are needed now more than ever. They talk about an unexpected finale to their NC State journey, and how the university prepared them for this moment.
NC State College of Education Graduates 1st Group of Teaching Fellows Since the Return
This May, three students from the first class of Teaching Fellows since North Carolina state legislators re-established the North Carolina Teaching Fellows Program in 2018 will graduate with their bachelor’s degrees.
Technology, Engineering, and Design Education Graduating Student Malcolm Smith ‘20: ‘Over the Past Four Years, My Experience Within the College of Education Has Been a Journey of Working with Genuine People’
Malcolm Smith ‘20, a technology, engineering, and design education graduating student, credits his study abroad trip to Australia and his experience in the NC State College of Education for making him the man and professional he has become.