Patrick Ober, who earned a Ph.D. in History, Philosophy, and Policy in Education with a Specialization in Education Policy Studies from the School of Education, currently serves as the Disability Rights and Advocacy Specialist for the Center for Independent Living Options (CILO) in Cincinnati, Ohio.
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Sparking joy and wonder: that’s one of the reasons Olivia Shafer decided to become a teacher. A junior studying Visual Arts Education with an ENL license addition, she believes art in education serves as a powerful tool in empowering students to become problem solvers, risk-takers and creative thinkers.
Seven teachers from across Indiana have been named Jacobs Educators by the IU School of Education. The award honors teachers who are at the cutting edge of integrating technology to support problem-based and inquiry learning classrooms.
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