College of Education Spring 2021 Graduation Ceremony
The NC State College of Education’s Spring 2021 Graduation Ceremony will be held on Friday, May 14, at 4:30 p.m. via Zoom. Faculty, staff and graduating students can register to participate in the ceremony by completing this form. Family and […]
Middle Grades English Language Arts and Social Studies Education Student and Wolfpack Swimmer Ky-Lee Perry ’21: ‘I Love Working With Children. I Want to Learn From Them Just as They Want to Learn From Me’
When the coronavirus pandemic hit in March 2020, spring and summer sports seasons, including the 2020 Olympic Games, were canceled or postponed. This forced Wolfpack swimmer and College of Education senior Ky-Lee Perry ’21 to make a decision -- retire from swimming or become a professional athlete.
Education Council Honors 17 Undergraduate Students During the NC State College of Education’s 11th Annual Education Council Spotlight Awards Ceremony
The NC State College of Education recognized 17 undergraduate students with awards for their leadership, achievements and dedication to the field of education during its 11th Annual Education Council Spotlight Awards Ceremony on Friday, April 16.
Why I Give: ‘Not Only Am I Helping Prepare the Best Teachers, but I Am Also Helping Minimize Student Debt so More Future Educators Can Afford To Follow the Career They’re Passionate About,’ Says Elementary Education Major Becca Churchill ‘21
Elementary education student Becca Churchill ’21 has taken advantage of the many opportunities NC State offers. But it was her study abroad experience in Spain that made the biggest impact. Scholarship support made it possible for Churchill to have that experience. Because of that, Churchill gives back to the college in an effort to help other students have the opportunity to participate in enriching college experiences.
Passport to Success Celebration Highlights Impact Scholars Will Make in Classroom
NC State College of Education Passport to Success scholars must complete activities that fall into four separate categories — global knowledge, cross-cultural skills, community engagement and professional development. At the program’s culminating celebration, eight undergraduate students presented on the work they have accomplished over the past few years.
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 […]
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.
Moment in Time with Doris Derby, Ph.D.: Through the Lens of an American Historian
COMID's Tuesday Together will feature Doris Derby, Ph.D., an educational administrator, documentary photographer and author who has published articles and Civil Rights documentary photographs in books and films. Join us on March 23.
Culturally Relevant and Affirming Pedagogy: Faculty 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 faculty perspectives panel as part of activities around Celebrating Black History Month. Faculty and staff will share their […]
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 […]