Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Special Education Edition

Fostering research: Wallace receives MSU administrator award

Fostering research: Wallace receives MSU administrator award

Marcy Wallace has been recognized by Michigan State University for her outstanding efforts to advance the university’s research mission. The Unit Research Administrator Spotlight Award celebrates individuals for both their contributions and quality of their work. Wallace, director of the Institute for Research on Teaching and Learning (IRTL) in the College of Education, has nearly… Read More »

Learn, Explore, Create, Share: MAET course recognized as best online at MSU

Learn, Explore, Create, Share: MAET course recognized as best online at MSU

When issues in the classroom can seem overwhelming to teachers and leaders in education, the Michigan State University College of Education has an answer. Take a master’s-level course: Applying Educational Technology to Practice (CEP 812), which was recently recognized as the Best Fully Online Course at MSU in the annual AT&T Faculty and Staff Award Competition in… Read More »

Recognizing scholarship, leadership and careers at AERA 2018

Recognizing scholarship, leadership and careers at AERA 2018

Scholars from Michigan State University are receiving multiple honors for their careers and research at the annual American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference from April 13-17. Two Department of Teacher Education faculty members will be recognized by Division K (Teaching & Teacher Education). Associate Professor Emery Petchauer will be a co-recipient of two awards. The… Read More »

I March, I Stand: Growing community exhibit supports survivors

I March, I Stand: Growing community exhibit supports survivors

“In early 2018, hundreds of women were finally able to share their story.” This is the beginning statement of a new installation in the Michigan State University College of Education that focuses on sexual assault survivors, questions, concerns, hurts and hopes through a growing community voice. Installed in both Erickson Hall and IM Circle, the… Read More »

Education program rankings: Leaders at all levels

Education program rankings: Leaders at all levels

For the first time, Michigan State University has been ranked No. 1 in the nation for its graduate programs in higher education administration, according to U.S. News & World Report. For an incredible 24th year in a row, the university is also ranked No. 1 in elementary education and secondary education. These results, released today,… Read More »

Practical Ethics: Book improves daily practices for BCBAs

Practical Ethics: Book improves daily practices for BCBAs

A forthcoming publication by a Michigan State University scholar will bridge the gap between questions of ethics and day-to-day practices for professionals working with individuals with autism spectrum disorder. “Practical Ethics for Effective Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder,” co-written by Assistant Professor Matt Brodhead, is set to be published in June 2018 by Elsevier. The… Read More »

Greenhow to be recognized with Teacher-Scholar Award

Greenhow to be recognized with Teacher-Scholar Award

During the 2018 All-University Awards, Associate Professor Christine Greenhow will be recognized with a Teacher-Scholar Award by Michigan State University. Greenhow is one of six faculty selected through a university-wide competition. The annual honor celebrates faculty early in their careers who have demonstrated excellence in teaching and scholarship, with effective teaching approaches closely linked to… Read More »

MSU scholars named top education influencers

MSU scholars named top education influencers

Michigan State University is home to several of the nation’s scholars known for their influence in educational policy and practice. This is according to the annual Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings, by Rick Hess in his Education Week blog. The rankings are selected by a committee of scholars, and are calculated on a number of scores including… Read More »

“Blank canvas:” Classroom tech product introduced to K-12 for the first time

“Blank canvas:” Classroom tech product introduced to K-12 for the first time

A collaboration led by a Michigan State University researcher is bringing an innovative touchscreen technology into K-12 classrooms for the first time. Professor Douglas Hartman is helping to introduce a teaching and learning tool that blends smartboards, tablets and laptops with 21st century learning. The large digital touchscreen—called a workspace, and created by Prysm, Inc., an international technology company—has… Read More »

Venzant Chambers appointed to national, local leadership roles

Venzant Chambers appointed to national, local leadership roles

Michigan State University scholar Terah Venzant Chambers is poised to enact educational change on a national and local level after appointments to two leadership positions. In a national capacity, she was appointed president-elect for the University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) in November. Venzant Chambers will oversee the planning and development for the organization’s annual leadership… Read More »