Tag Archives: Teacher Preparation program

From the Dean: Making Connections

From the Dean: Making Connections

By Robert E. Floden Among the strengths of the Michigan State University College of Education are the ways our faculty, staff and students make connections. Members of our college’s community conduct research studies that connect pressing problems of practice and policy to understandings drawn from prior research and to new insights that emerge. Students and… Read More »

Alumni Profile: The Bearded Teacher Who Ran for President

Alumni Profile: The Bearded Teacher Who Ran for President

Education. Democracy. Change. Inspiring the next generation of active citizens By Nicole Geary The 2016 presidential election was intense. It seemed like the whole world was focused on the two candidates from the two major political parties and what victory would mean for either side. But what about the third parties, the write-ins? And what… Read More »

The Impact of Annual Giving: A Departmental Look

The Impact of Annual Giving: A Departmental Look

A departmental look at where your gifts add up—and how they could grow our future The College of Education is fortunate to have thousands of alumni and friends who make financial contributions to the college, many on an annual basis. We are thankful for every gift because, no matter how big or small, they each… Read More »

Through the eyes of an intern

Through the eyes of an intern

By Kelsey Cooper, BA ’14 (Education) It is hard to believe I am currently finishing up my year-long internship at Donelson Hills Elementary School (Waterford, Mich.) in a fourth grade classroom. The past eight months have flown by. My internship has been a learning and growing experience. This year, I have felt a range of… Read More »