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Jacobsen, TE 250 team honored for excellent service-learning

November 12, 2012
Jacobsen, TE 250 team honored for excellent service-learning

The Center for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement at Michigan State University has honored several faculty members in the Department of Teacher Education for their efforts to provide future teachers with meaningful, community-based learning opportunities. TE 250 team One award will be presented to the outstanding faculty team that teaches and coordinates Teacher Education 250,...
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Posted in Academics, Alumni, CEPSE, CITE PhD Program, College News, Elementary Education, Master of Arts in Literacy Instruction, Master of Arts in Teaching and Curriculum, Outreach, Secondary Education, Special Education, Teacher Education |

Informal Learning Network offers connections, opportunities

November 8, 2012
Informal Learning Network offers connections, opportunities

Denice Blair Leach, who was recently named informal education specialist at the MSU Museum and MSU College of Education, has launched the Informal Learning Network at MSU, a cross-disciplinary organization that brings together MSU faculty members, academic specialists, staff and students. The network sets the stage for collaborations, research projects and outreach efforts, each aimed...
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Posted in CEPSE, College News, College Resources, Elementary Education, HALE, K-12 Outreach, Masters in HALE, Other News, Research, Secondary Education, Teacher Education |

Professor shares national award for afterschool program

October 19, 2012
Professor shares national award for afterschool program

A long-standing afterschool program created by Michigan State University has been honored as having one of the nation’s most innovative approaches for helping middle school students succeed. GET City (Green Energy Technologies in the City) received a 2012 Afterschool Innovator Award presented on Oct. 18 by the Afterschool Alliance and MetLife Foundation during a...
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Posted in Academics, Alumni, CEPSE, Certification, CITE PhD Program, College News, Elementary Education, Outreach, Research, Secondary Education, Teacher Education |

Two College of Education students on Homecoming Court

October 12, 2012
Two College of Education students on Homecoming Court

Kinesiology major Sara Sherman and music education student Michelle Gaunt are among the 12 outstanding senior ambassadors named to Michigan State University’s 2012-13 Homecoming Court. During homecoming week, Oct. 8-13, ambassadors attend many functions, including the parade on Oct. 12 and the football game on Oct. 13. They began their duties during the summer,...
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Posted in Academics, Alumni, CEPSE, Certification, College News, Educational Administration, Elementary Education, Kinesiology, Outreach, Secondary Education, Teacher Education |

In memoriam: Teacher educator Paul Slocum

October 4, 2012

Paul Slocum, associate professor emeritus and East Lansing resident, passed away on Sept.10 at 86 years old. Slocum’s early career as a teacher and principal led him to a fellowship to obtain his doctorate in education at Southern Illinois University. He joined the College of Education in 1964 in the Department of Teacher Education,...
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Registration for TEDS-M data workshop now open

September 14, 2012

Registration is now open for the Teacher Education Study in Mathematics (TEDS-M) workshop, which will be held Oct. 5-7 in Erickson Hall, located on Michigan State University’s campus in East Lansing, Mich. Offered by the TEDS-M International Research Center, the workshop will show attendees how to use international data from the TEDS-M study of the...
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