A symposium focused on Muslims and education in Islamic contexts hopes to look at the far-reaching scope of education and its implications for civil society, while also fostering groundbreaking research on the role of education in Muslim cultures.
Senny Suzanna Alwasilah may be studying at the IU School of Education as a visiting scholar with a Fulbright scholarship, but her connections to the school go back many years.
The IST Design Research Group, led by Professor Elizabeth Boling, has been awarded the 2021 Outstanding International Research Collaboration Award by the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Technology, Instruction, Cognition & Learning Special Interest Group (TICL SIG).
A recent gift commitment to the IU School of Education will support Global Gateway for Teachers and diversity, equity and inclusion programs within the school.
Shukufe Rahman, a Ph.D. student in science education, has won the Santosh Jain Endowed Memorial Scholarship. With the aid she plans to do a pilot study in the Rohingya Camps in Bangladesh next summer.
IU earned the NAFSA 2021 Senator Paul Simon Spotlight Award for Campus Internationalization for its Global Gateway for Teachers.
Studying for a graduate degree in a foreign country can be a daunting idea. IU School of Education’s international student ambassadors are here to make it less so.
Vesna Dimitrieska, Director of Global Education Initiatives at the IU School of Education, was recently honored with two major awards in her field—the 2020 AACTE Award for Global/International Initiatives and the 2020 NNELL Award for Outstanding Support of Early Language Learning.
By using the UN Sustainable Goals Framework, participants of the K-8 Institute on Using the UN Sustainable Development Goals explored how today's pressing challenges are experienced in local communities and around the world.
Amy Pickard, Assistant Professor in Instructional Systems Technology, will be part of an initiative from IU Global with a goal of enhancing the ability of students to communicate and collaborate across national and cultural boundaries, and to increase their understanding of and respect for norms and values different from their own.
Two faculty members have been recognized for their experience in global teacher education with involvement in the Global Teacher Education Fellows Program this year.
Vesna Dimitrieska, Coordinator of Global Education Initiatives, has won the Best Practice Award in Support of Global and International Perspectives from the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. The award recognizes her unique work between the School of Education and the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies.