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PhD student wins national recognition

August 22, 2013
PhD student wins national recognition

Molly Frendo, a graduate student in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology (EPET) at Michigan State University, has been selected to receive the National University Technology Network (NUTN) 2013 Student Recognition Award. Frendo will receive the award at Network 2013 in Albuquerque, N.M. on Sept. 17, 2013. Nominated by EPET faculty members Punya Mishra and...
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MSU researchers partner with Racquet Up Detroit

August 8, 2013
MSU researchers partner with Racquet Up Detroit

Three years ago, a new youth development program took root in Detroit. As part of a national network of related programs, Racquet Up Detroit uses the sport of squash in combination with academic and service activities to help students achieve success in their lives. Since the beginning, the literacy curriculum for the out-of-school program has...
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Posted in Academics, CEPSE, CITE PhD Program, College News, Development, Elementary Education, K-12 Outreach, Outreach, Research, Special Education, Teacher Education, Teacher Preparation |

Students to explore Google Glass as hybrid learning tool

April 30, 2013
Students to explore Google Glass as hybrid learning tool

Two doctoral students in the College of Education at Michigan State University have been picked to be among the first 8,000 testers of Google Glass, a new product that can take pictures, record video, live stream and search the web at the command of its wearer’s voice. William Cain and Sandra Sawaya, both students...
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Twitter can give power to the people

April 18, 2013
Twitter can give power to the people

Twitter can easily teach people about social movements such as Occupy Wall Street and even entice them to participate, according to a new study by a Michigan State University education doctoral student. The social networking site – which lets users read, send and group together 140-character messages known as tweets – can actually be...
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Carlson co-authors book on counseling students

April 12, 2013
Carlson co-authors book on counseling students

In an age when mental and emotional health are critical to a child’s academic success, how can counseling be effective when both counselors and students don’t have enough hours in the day? A new book, co-authored by associate professor of school psychology John Carlson and school psychology doctoral student Jeffrey Shahidullah, explores ways K-12...
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Posted in Alumni, College News, Elementary Education, K-12 Outreach, Research, Secondary Education, Special Education |

Prawat reappointed CEPSE chair

April 9, 2013
Prawat reappointed CEPSE chair

Richard Prawat has recently been reappointed as chairperson of the Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Special Education (CEPSE). Prawat has served as chairperson of CEPSE since April 1991. He is also a professor of educational psychology and teacher education within MSU’s College of Education, with research interests including teaching and learning for understanding...
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Posted in Academics, Alumni, CEPSE, CITE PhD Program, College News, Educational Administration, Elementary Education, HALE, HALE Center, K-12 Administration, Other News, Secondary Education, Special Education, Teacher Education |

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