Tag Archives: Teacher education

MSU at AERA: At a Glance

Faculty members and graduate students from Michigan State University will travel to Chicago, Ill., for the 2015 American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting. International and domestic researchers will attend the April 16-20 event to share and discuss research across numerous education disciplines. Here is a look at the key honors and appointments involving College… Read More »

Stroupe receives national AACTE award

Stroupe receives national AACTE award

David Stroupe, assistant professor of science education, was recently announced as the winner of the 2015 AACTE Outstanding Dissertation Award for having the best dissertation in the nation. Stroupe will be recognized by the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) at the organization’s 67th Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Ga. at the end of February. This… Read More »

College hosts inclusive excellence conference

College hosts inclusive excellence conference

More than 150 people attended the first-ever Creating Inclusive Excellence in Teacher Education conference hosted by the College of Education on Feb. 7, 2015. The event included eight workshops and a keynote session from H. Richard Milner IV of the University of Pittsburgh. The conference was created in an effort to bridge the gaps between theory… Read More »

MSU selected to edit Journal of Teacher Education

MSU selected to edit Journal of Teacher Education

Michigan State University’s College of Education has been named as the next editorial host of the Journal of Teacher Education (JTE), the premier journal for teacher education. The editors were selected through a competitive proposal process and approved for a three-year term by the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE), The current editorial… Read More »

Calabrese Barton receives civic engagement award

Calabrese Barton receives civic engagement award

In early November, Angela Calabrese Barton, professor in the Department of Teacher Education, was honored with the 2013-14 MSU Service-Learning and Civic Engagement Award. She received the annual award for her long-standing service with GET City, an after school science program for Lansing youth. GET City helps to provide a year-round program designed to engage… Read More »

Online discussion to explore “Reaching and Teaching Boys of Color”

Michigan State University’s Office of K-12 Outreach is sponsoring “An Open Conversation on Teaching Boys of Color” at 10 a.m. Thursday. It will be streamed live online from the Kellogg Center. “This is an important conversation,” says Barbara Markle, assistant dean of K-12 outreach. “As a state and as a nation, we cannot solve the achievement… Read More »

The Power of Scholarships

The Power of Scholarships

Annah Bravo’s story Annah Bravo felt limited her first few years as a college student. She had no scholarships and only enough in student loans to cover 12 credits per semester. That left her unable to enroll in electives or participate in additional academic opportunities that come, for example, with being a member of the… Read More »

High-stakes testing, lack of voice driving teachers out

High-stakes testing, lack of voice driving teachers out

Contrary to popular opinion, unruly students are not driving out teachers in droves from America’s urban school districts. Instead, teachers are quitting due to frustration with standardized testing, declining pay and benefits and lack of voice in what they teach. So finds a Michigan State University education scholar – and former high school teacher –… Read More »

Students receive NCTE fellowships

Students receive NCTE fellowships

Two doctoral students in the College of Education at Michigan State University have been awarded a prestigious fellowship from the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE). Sakeena Everett and Lorena Gutierrez are among 12 scholars selected for NCTE’s Cultivating New Voices Among Scholars of Color program, 2014-2016 cohort. The fellowship connects advanced doctoral students… Read More »