It was a busy Tuesday night last month at the School of Education, where about 80 students in seven grades built, coded and most importantly learned through science and technology activities. They were there as part of STEM+C, an event with activities for students in kindergarten through sixth grade.
An early child education center at IU is part of a new study, Pedagogies of Care for Toddlers in Four Cultures, that will examine the care and education of one-year-olds in group settings.
Last month School of Education students in Middle and Secondary Social Studies Education Program attended the annual conference of the Indiana Council for the Social Studies (ICSS).
Serafín M. Coronel-Molina, Associate Professor in Literacy, Culture and Language Education at the School of Education, has been named an Bicentennial Professor by the IU Office of the Bicentennial.
Crystal Tyler isn’t a typical School of Education undergraduate student. For starters, she’s a mother to Annalee, 11, and Miriam, almost 4. At 19, Tyler was widowed, and now at age 33, she will finally graduate with her teaching degree this month.