The series allowed participants to hear various speakers around the country discuss topics around race and education
A new scholarship will allow more students to gain teaching experience while immersing themselves in a new country or culture
The graduates celebrated with laughter, hugs and a few funny videos in a ceremony honoring their hard work.
The initiative involves 50 high school, undergraduate and graduate students in a year-long program
The Association for Science Teacher Education is a non-profit professional organization composed of over 800 members from countries around the globe. The mission of the ASTE is to promote excellence in science teacher education world-wide through scholarship and innovation.
A School of Education team is working with local middle school teachers to tailor instruction to students’ learning needs
As one country in the Middle East continues to change with refugees coming in from Syria, Patricia Kubow, a professor in the Educational Leadership and Policy Studies department, is hoping research she’ll be doing next year will help both refugee and native students adapt to that change.
Suzanne Eckes, professor in the Educational Leadership and Policy Studies department, has been named President of the Education Law Association (ELA)
School of Education researchers will study and validate tests designed to measure student learning in science classes.
Four alumni with experience ranging from the United Nations to National Geographic have been honored as distinguished alumni.
The trip is part of an ongoing partnership between the School of Education and Beijing Normal University
Two hundred students build holiday display to demonstrate integration of STEM classes
Sydney Chaffee, a humanities teacher from Boston, will participate in a reception and lecture on November 2
Jitka Nelson spoke on her experience working with ESL students
Senior secondary education major wants her future classroom to be interactive
New opportunities will be available for Addictions Counseling tracks
Senior will go to Spain next semester as part of Global Gateway for Teachers
Panel discussion one way future educators learn from experiences of others
Diamond Malone created Renaissance Kids to support students socially, culturally, and emotionally, to help them reach their full potential
"Digging Deeper to Focus and Extend Data Use" documents how 23 schools have used data from the National Survey of Student Engagement, known as NSSE, to improve undergraduate education.
In this role she will address campus-based diversity plans as well as faculty recruitment and retention efforts, in coordination with deans and campus leadership
Auckland, New Zealand, might be over 8000 miles away from Bloomington, but one teacher helped bridge that gap
Students in the local chapter of Urban Needs in Teacher Education (UNITE) will host a discussion next week at the School of Education around difficult issues encountered by teachers in the classroom
Eighteen teachers from around the world will spend the semester in Bloomington working on educational projects
Jakkai Siributr brings stories of Myanmar immigrants to Bloomington
The trip is part of a partnership between the School of Education and Beijing Normal University
The Workplace Simulation Project, in its second year, serves to provide hands-on STEM educational programming for high school students
As the 2016 National Teacher of the Year, Hayes told the crowd of future teachers that they too can make a difference in their students’ lives
The Jongsma Family Global Gateway Scholarship has been established with a generous gift from Gene (B.S. 1964, Ed.D. 1971) and Kathy Jongsma, who studied and taught at IU (1969-1971)
Elizabeth Boling has been named Interim Executive Associate Dean for the 2017-2018 academic year. Boling will assume the position upon Gary Crow's retirement this summer.
The Saturday Art School is coordinated by the IU Art Education Program at the School of Education
The graduate student recently received the prestigious Ford Foundation Pre-Doctoral Fellowship
In-Gu Kang has been awarded the 1st Place Winner of the 2017 Distinguished Dissertation Award from the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI)
Indiana State Superintendent of Schools Jennifer McCormick was a guest at Friday’s discussion with leading progressive educator Deborah Meier, who joined via Skype
A conversation featuring renowned progressive educator Deborah Meier and Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Jennifer McCormick will highlight the third annual Harmony-Meier Institute Symposium
Professor Richard Milner spoke about the history of segregation and underrepresentation in schools
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Professor Patricia Kubow has been honored with the 2017 Joyce Cain Award for Distinguished Research on People of African Descent
Tonia Leotsakos has won the Bloomington Academic Advising Council Terri Nation Advising Award for 2017
Researchers with Indiana University are seeing positive preliminary results from the Social Self-Reflection Study, designed to improve social skills in children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Jean Russell emphasized that ultimately teachers do not come first in the classroom
Students gathered at the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center to hear original poems and famous works
The project will delve into how failure plays an important role for youth and educators, particularly those involved in science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, activities.
Armstrong teachers stressed that nothing should be a distraction from the reason they all got into teaching: helping students
The exchange at IU is meant to enhance and hone the professional skill sets of university administrators who work with students from around the world
The 'What is Public Education, and Why Does it Matter?' series was designed to inspire reflection and action on the nature and significance of public education
Indiana Teacher of the Year Kathy Nimmer shared experiences of hope and failure, citing both as important examples of why we need teachers now more than ever
Global Gateway received an Honorable Mention in the Study Abroad category and will be featured by the IIENetwork as a "best practice" in international education.
The MILL, found in room 2260 in the Wright Education Building, is a space where students and faculty can explore projects and lesson plans using the space’s technology.
Khendum Gyabak worked to build a curriculum infrastructure around proper sanitation using a Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) toolkit
Curt Bonk, Russ Skiba, and Christopher Lubienski were recognized as top university-based scholars in the U.S.
Dean Terry Mason visited Thailand in December, engaging with alumni and exploring collaborative partnerships with several schools of education
Chung replaces Elizabeth Boling, who stepped down in December after more than six years in the that role
The two schools have agreed to house the China-U.S. Joint Research Academy for International Education’s collaborative research and educational activities within BNU Faculty of Education and the IU School of Education