Monthly Archives: January 2014

ECU Graduate Student Awarded Funds to Implement iPod Learning in the Classroom

Krista Bond, a 4th/5th grade looping teacher and MAEd student in Instructional Technology was awarded $3000 by the North Carolina Technology in Education Society  to implement learning with IPods in her classroom.  Ms. Bond writes, “The students will use iPod Touch devices as a method of hands-on instruction that will increase student engagement, provide real world application, and boost inquiry-based learning opportunities.  The students will refine their 21st century skills as they use iPod touch devices to build content area skills through tutorials, videos, and Continue reading →

ECU Alumnus is Teacher of the Year

Ms. Charlene Evans, Plymouth High School Mathematics Teacher, is the Northeast Region Teacher of the Year for 2013-2014. Ms. Evans holds a MAED degree in Mathematics Education from ECU! Please read more about this in The Reflector at: http://www.reflector.com/workweek/people/plymouth-high-math-teacher-honored-2259623

Performance-Based Test for Teachers Rolls Out

Performance-Based Test for Teachers Rolls Out. Jaclyn Midgette, helps Trell Chalmers, 10, with his homework while others play at recess. Midgette, a 4th grade reading and social studies teacher at Bullock Elementary School in Sanford, N.C., was part of the pilot group who took the new edTPA, a performance-based licensure test, when she was in school at East Carolina University.