East Carolina University’s 2017 Homecoming is this Saturday, Oct. 21, and we at the College of Education are preparing for our annual Breakfast on the Porch! All College of Education students, faculty, staff, and alumni are invited to join us for breakfast on the front porch of Speight Building from 8:30-10 a.m as we celebrate ECU and watch the homecoming parade march down Fifth Street. If you are planning to attend, please RSVP to Lisa Marie Hagan at 252-737-4799, or email email@example.com.
Educators from around the world convened in Dalian, China on Sept. 28 for World Education Day. Dr. Ken Luterbach chaired the session on Vocational Education and Continuing Education. In addition, Dr. Luterbach was invited to deliver a presentation on instructional app development. As discussed below, Dr. Luterbach spoke of the joy of learning while describing app development as an outlet for creative expression and problem solving. “Learning is a joy, especially when it seems like play. Engaging in app development invites experimentation or play Continue reading →
Dr. Ben Blaisdell, Ph.D., ECU College of Education Assistant Professor in the Department of Special Education, Foundations, and Research, was elected treasurer of the Critical Race Studies in Education Association (CRSEA).CRSEA is an interdisciplinary consortium of experts who recognize global implications of race and education for minoritized people. Through scholarship, CRSEA works to identify and expose racial inequity for the ultimate eradication of white supremacy. CRSEA is an interdisciplinary consortium of experts who recognize global implications of race and education for minoritized people. Through scholarship, CRSEA Continue reading →
East Carolina University SCHOOL NURSE/UNIVERSITY LABS SCHOOL HEALTH NAVIGATOR Vacancy #: 631001 Salary Range: Commensurate with Qualifications Open Date: 09-15-2017 Closing Date: Open Until Filled The East Carolina University Lab School involves cross campus collaboration to provide the students a spectrum of support and services to comprehensively address their academic, social-emotional, physical, and family/community needs. The College of Nursing is currently seeking an individual to serve the University Lab School Community as a ½ time Integrated Health Navigator and a ½ time School Nurse. The Continue reading →
The College of Education’s Department of Educational Leadership named Dr. Kenyann Brown Stanford as the winner of the 2017 Glatthorn Distinguished Dissertation Award for her dissertation: EVALUATING EQUITY IN STUDENT DISCIPLINE: A PROGRAM EVALUATION OF POSITIVE BEHAVIOR INTERVENTION AND SUPPORT IN AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SETTING (Under the direction of William Rouse, Jr.). Department of Educational Leadership, April 2017. Dr. Stanford is the Assistant Principal at Fuller Magnet Elementary School in Raleigh. The award is named for Dr. Alan A. Glatthorn Professor Emeritus of East Carolina Continue reading →
Megan Lawson has undergone a conversion. She was never a good math student. We didn’t particularly enjoy teaching math when she started in the classroom 10 years ago. Today, she is the 2017 Outstanding Elementary School Mathematics Teacher for Lenoir County Public Schools. “It was not a good subject for me,” said Lawson, a kindergarten teacher at Pink Hill Elementary School for the past five years. “It’s my favorite subject now.” What changed her mind – and focused her career – was her participation in Continue reading →
Bringing computer science and computational thinking to rural school districts is the goal behind the iCS4All project, which the NSF recently awarded a $999,751 grant. The project, named Integrating the Computer Science for All Initiative in Three Rural Eastern NC School Districts (iCS4All), will be led by principal investigator Matt Militello, the ECU College of Education’s Wells Fargo Distinguished Professor in Educational Leadership, co-principal investigator Martin Reardon, assistant professor in education leadership, and include partnerships with the ECU Department of Computer Science, and the Friday Continue reading →
Video Slideshow from Donor and Scholarship Recipient Ceremony More than 100 students in the East Carolina University College of Education received a record amount of scholarship support for the upcoming academic year. For the 2017-18 academic year, more than $582,000 in merit and need-based scholarships were distributed to 102 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral education students. The awards range from $250-$20,000. Some of the awards are open to all education students while others are earmarked for specific education majors or programs. “Attracting the best students and Continue reading →