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Apr 1, 2021

How to Promote Culturally and Historically Responsive Teaching during the Current Political Climate

The TELS Diversity and Social Justice Committee presents "How to Promote Culturally and Historically Responsive Teaching during the Current Political Climate" with Gholdy Muhammad, Ph.D.

Mar 24, 2021

2021 Don C. Locke Symposium Featuring Gloria Ladson-Billings

Feb 25, 2021

PD 572 – METRC: African-American Read-In — First Thirty Thursdays

Each year the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) sponsors a National African American Read-In encouraging “communities to read together, centering African American books and authors…to make literacy a significant part of Black History Month.” Join METRC on Thursdays […]

Feb 18, 2021

PD 572 – METRC: African-American Read-In — First Thirty Thursdays

Each year the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) sponsors a National African American Read-In encouraging “communities to read together, centering African American books and authors…to make literacy a significant part of Black History Month.” Join METRC on Thursdays […]

Feb 17, 2021

#WhyIChoseEducation: ‘I Want to Teach Kids to be Kind and Accepting of Others and Teach Them to be Confident in Themselves While Giving Them the Support They Need to Succeed in Life,’ Says Elementary Education Student Emma Wilson ‘21

Emma Wilson ‘21 was always told she would make a good teacher. But she never considered it until her senior year of high school. However, it wasn’t until Wilson enrolled in the exploratory studies program at NC State where she discovered teaching was a natural fit.

Feb 11, 2021

(Counter) Narrative: Black History Month Student Perspectives Panel

The College of Education’s Offices of Undergraduate and Graduate Student Success and Advancing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Task Force are sponsoring a student perspectives panel as part of activities around Celebrating Black History Month. Students will share their perspectives about […]

Feb 11, 2021

PD 572 – METRC: African-American Read-In — First Thirty Thursdays

Each year the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) sponsors a National African American Read-In encouraging “communities to read together, centering African American books and authors…to make literacy a significant part of Black History Month.” Join METRC on Thursdays […]

Feb 8, 2021

Brenda Rios ‘23 Hopes to Inspire More Hispanics and People of Color to Become Educators; Scholarship Support Helps Bring Her One Step Closer

Brenda Rios ‘23 knows that elementary school teachers who are Hispanic are rare, but she plans to change the norm by inspiring other Hispanics and people of color to become educators. And she’s able to do that as the recipient of the Suzanne Montague Ridgill Memorial Scholarship.

Feb 2, 2021

PD 560 – METRC: STEM, Literacy, and Black History Month

Experience this PGU during Black History Month at your convenience; access the online resources anytime between February 5 and February 28. Complete a series of tasks, activities, and challenges exploring STEM contributions of African Americans and literature that serves as […]

Jan 28, 2021

My Student Experience: Doctoral Student Keith Lindsay ‘22PHD Launches edTPA Support Class: Planning to Submission in 12 Weeks, With Help From Assistant Teaching Professor and Assistant Director of Professional Education Sarah Cannon ‘16PHD

Learning design and technology doctoral student Keith Lindsay ‘22PHD, a graduate teaching assistant in the Office of Professional Education under Sarah Cannon ‘16PHD, helped create an edTPA support course in an effort to help educators earn their teaching license.