College of Education elementary education graduate, Whitney Brown ’13, is featured in the article below that appeared on the front page of the N&O yesterday. The article also includes information on the NC New Teacher Support Program (ncntsp.northcarolina.edu) in which ECU serves as a regional partner by supporting 170 beginning teachers throughout 11 counties. For the full story, click here: http://www.newsobserver.com/2014/02/08/3600665/teachers-jobs-are-getting-harder.html
ECU’s College of Education honored 22 Teachers of the Year from eastern North Carolina on December 9 at an event in the Murphy Center. The event titled Teach Like a PIRATE served as a celebration of outstanding educators and their positive impact within the region. Joining the Teachers of the Year were first- and second- year educators.
Rob Moore has been selected for a fellowship award from Western Carolina University. Rob is a 2013 graduate of the Masters of Science in Instructional Technology program at ECU. He currently works as an instructional designer with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s School of Government. He has worked at UNC since 2004 and joined the School’s Instructional Support team in September 2010. In his current position, he collaborates with faculty on integrating innovative technology to support their work in face-to-face, blended, and Continue reading →
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