November 2010 News Archive
Sandy and Glenn Sapa have endowed the Sandy Sapa Trustee Scholarship in Penn State's College of Education.
International volunteerism has been an important service of at least five students taking courses in Penn State's Rehabilitation and Human Services program.
Susan Faircloth has been appointed director of the American Indian Leadership Program, succeeding John Tippeconnic.
The project aims to decrease nonacademic barriers to learning and improve access by local high school students to mental health services.
The Nittany Lion offensive lineman, Schreyer honors scholar, and senior in secondary education attributes each aspect of his well-rounded success at Penn State to maintaining a steadfast perseverance.
The book features discussion and analysis of real-life moral dilemmas that educational leaders face in their schools and communities.
A survey of teacher education programs in 38 states reveals difficulties and successes related to preparing teachers to educate the nation's youngest students.
New Book Co-Edited by McNaughton Addresses Alternative Communication, Includes Chapters by AAC Users
Transition Strategies for Adolescents and Young Adults Who Use AAC documents educational practices from academic and personal perspectives.
Former and current students of Penn State's College Student Affairs graduate program discuss their experiences and how the program affects their careers.
The Howard R. Bowen Distinguished Career Award is the highest honor bestowed by the Association for the Study of Higher Education.
Michael G. Moore, along with Sweden's Börje Holmberg and Germany's Otto Peters, was awarded the degree Doctoris Honoris Causa for pioneering research in distance education.
Schonert-Reichl will present "Educating the Heart as Well as the Mind: Bringing Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) to Preservice Teacher Education" on December 10 in 221 Chambers Building.
Penn State sophomore Michael Gottfried was recently honored in San Francisco at the headquarters of the African Library Project for his fundraising efforts.
Recent faculty and staff changes in the College of Education.
College of Education students in Penn State's chapter of the Student Pennsylvania State Education Association worked for more than twenty years to establish an award that recognizes student leadership in that pre-professional organization. This academic year, the first recipients of the SPSEA Leadership Award will be named.
Burnett will be escorted by her academic and honors’ thesis adviser, Scott Metzger, at the December 18 ceremony.
Michelle Houser has joined the College of Education as Director of Development and Alumni Relations, succeeding Ellie Dietrich who retired in July.
The assistantships, funded jointly by the College of Education and the Graduate School, support some of the most promising students who are applying for admission to the College’s doctoral programs.
Explicit Instruction: Effective and Efficient Teaching is a research for instructors of struggling students.
After two years volunteering in the Kingdom of Lesotho, Michael Dissen returned to the United States on October 14. He reflects on the experiences he encountered during his time abroad.
“Response to Intervention in Math” and “Solving Equations: An Algebraic Intervention” address techniques of mathematics instruction.