Bridges: Research into Practice - December 2007
December 2007 Issue
The Preparing Outstanding Scholars for Special Education (POSSE) leadership grant provides support to full-time doctoral students studying special education.
The Children's Literature World Campus program is rated the best online program in children's literature.
Stefkovich has been appointed the College's associate dean for graduate studies, research, and faculty development.
Initiative will provide important opportunities for teacher education students to learn to facilitate meaningful teaching and learning in a variety of settings.
The staff of the Penn State Educational Partnership Program are having a profound, life-changing effect on thousands of young people.
Often parents get involved with and feed into their children's imaginations, sometimes for no other reason than to revisit their own childhood, says Gail Boldt, associate professor of education.
Researcher Linda Mason advocates an instructional approach known as self-regulated strategy development to improve student writing skills.
Goodling Institute and WNBA Star Helen Darling: A Winning Partnership to Promote Children’s Literacy
Darling, an author of children's books, is connecting with the Goodling Institute for Research in Family Literacy to broaden children's interest in reading.
Various Penn State campuses are offering a multitude of seminars and courses, many approved for Act 48 credit. Choose from Saturday seminars, online seminars and courses, and on-campus summer and evening courses.
To help educators achieve their career goals, Penn State offers 13 high-quality online master's degree and certificate programs.
Alumni awards are presented in five categories each year to graduates and student teachers who have distinguished themselves in their profession. Nomination deadline is January 31.
Alumni, learn about what your Penn State classmates are up to, and let them know what you are doing now.
The College of Education has created partnerships with Xavier University of Louisiana and the University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez to allow graduate students from those universities to take advantage of programs at Penn State.
College of Education Student Uses Science and Education Background to Support Penn State Solar Decathlon Team
Tom Chorman, a Curriculum and Instruction master’s student in science education, has spent over a year working with a Penn State team to develop a state-of-the-art home that functions completely on solar power.
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