Just across the hall from Suite 1000, a special classroom with new technology is now available for reservation. Equipped with several cameras and extra computer monitors, the Slide Classroom is an experimental space designed to explore a variety of current and emerging technologies and instructional approaches.
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Zoë Peterson has been named a Fellow for the Society of the Scientific Study of Sexuality (SSSS), an organization dedicated to advancing knowledge of sexuality and communicating scientifically based sexuality research and scholarship to professionals, policy makers, and the general public.
Participating in banding birds or learning how a tornado develops—for K-12 science teachers, these two lessons are just a small sampling of the workshops offered by Educating for Environmental Change this semester.
School shutdowns due to the pandemic in 2019 and a military coup in 2021 left teachers in Myanmar without access to professional development resources and training. A program from the IU School of Education Global & International Engagement is helping to change that.
A new $3.8 million grant from the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) will fund a project led by Hannah Schertz, professor of special education, to address the need for effective early intervention for toddlers with autism.
Finding a school with both an excellent elementary education program and a diverse community was a necessity for freshman Lillian LaTour.
The IU School of Education’s outreach often extends throughout the community. The Southeast Indiana Superintendent Study Council, a group of about 30-35 school superintendents who meet monthly for professional development and networking, is just one example of that important work.
A new grant will help IU School of Education researchers develop a suite of tools to support students as they construct and critique models in science education.
Curt Bonk, Professor of Instructional Systems Technology, has received the Excellence in Distance Learning Research Award in Higher Education from the United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA).
Forty incoming IU School of Education students are recipients of the Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship from the Indiana Commission of Higher Education.