Education, biology experts created patent-pending BioSim 3D indoor positioning system to impact science curricula.
Teachers and administrators gathered at IU in June for the Dual Language Immersion summer institute, a program meant to support them as they implement DLI programs in their schools.
Jacks Cheng, a Ph.D. student in Counseling and Educational Psychology, has been awarded the Social Science and Humanities Research Council doctoral award from the Canadian federal government and the Quebec provincial government.
Cyndi Herrera, Christine Richards, and Sharon Scrogham were nominated by their managers.
Wagers will be student teaching in the fall as he completes his degree in secondary education at the School of Education this December. He credits the experience he gained during his time cadet teaching in an eighth-grade social studies classroom with solidifying his decision to go into education.
The dual-university partnership will address strategies to fill vacancies in Indiana by better preparing students for the workforce.
Two awards from the Indiana University School Administrators Association were given out at this year’s Martha McCarthy Law and Policy Institute.
Student and teacher protests and recent changes to Indiana’s education law were just a few of the topics discussed at this year’s Martha McCarthy Education Law and Policy Institute.
Watson, a widely published Fulbright Scholar and internationally known expert in higher education and policy, has been named dean of the Indiana University School of Education in Bloomington. The appointment was approved today by the IU Board of Trustees at its meeting in Gary. Watson will begin his appointment Aug. 1.
Senior Amanda Cahill’s final season as part of the women’s basketball team is one she—and the rest of the university—will always remember. But her time on the team was also an ideal preparation for becoming a teacher.