IN Teacher of the Year Brings Inspiring Message
Russell emphasized that ultimately teachers do not come first in the classroom
African-American Read-In Encourages Students to Express Themselves
Students gathered at the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center to hear original poems and famous works
Faculty share NSF grant to study failure as crucial part of learning
The project will explore how failure plays an important role for youth and educators, particularly those involved in STEM activities
Armstrong Panel: Teachers as Revolutionaries?
Our Armstrong Teacher Educators shared their perspectives on challenging but vital questions
Russian Fulbright Administrators to Study at SOE
The exchange is meant to enhance and hone the professional skill sets of university administrators who work with students from around the world
The School of Education at Indiana University is hosting an accreditation visit by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) from April 9-11. You are invited to submit comments to the visiting team in advance with your perception of the quality of professional education programs offered.
The Path Forward...
Dean of the School of Education
"This past August I was officially appointed dean of the School of Education. I was fortunate to have a year as interim dean to “try the job on” to see how it fit. I am pleased to report that my time in the dean’s office has been gratifying and rewarding and I am honored to have been asked to continue. I hope to draw upon the wealth of experience I have gained as we proceed toward the future."