September-October 2011 News Archive
The College of Education Alumni Society recognized eight honorees October 21 at its annual awards banquet.
African and African American Children's and Adolescent Literature in the Classroom challenges current understanding of multicultural texts in an age of globalization.
Chad Littlefield founded the Clown Nose Club, a student organization whose purpose is to encourage positive social interactions.
School administrators and law enforcement personnel who partner with school districts are encouraged to attend.
Yenika-Agbaw shows that the phenomenon of disability is largely absent in the literacy curricula in the schools.
In their research, Katerina Bodovski and Min-Jong Youn used data from the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study–Kindergarten Cohort dataset.
The research shows that bullying in schools is detrimental not only to the students who are the targets, but also to bystanders who observe it.
Penn State’s Higher Education Student Association trains and prepares future educators by stressing community, communication, and academic progress.
Integrating Schools in a Changing Society explores the policy and legal options for school districts interesting in pursuing diverse schools.
Former secretary of education for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Zahorchak was honored with other Fellows at a ceremony held October 5.
Eleven international professionals are participating this year in the elite program.
The College of Education has recently produced videos describing unique student teaching opportunities for undergraduate students.
The interview will be part of the Creativity & Technology Solutions for Business & Life show, produced by WTBQ radio in Warwick, N.Y.
Faculty members in the College of Education design better educational apps for kids
Greg Kelly gave a plenary speech at the European Science Education Research Association Conference.
Keith Wilson's RHS 302 students organized an in-class whiteout a few days before the Penn State-Alabama football game.
Sibel Erduran to Deliver Waterbury Lecture
Erduran will speak about the inclusion of epistemic practices in science teachers' learning.
The forum's theme was "Higher Education Finance: Coping Strategies for the Global Financial Crisis of Higher Education."
The Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) has reaccredited Penn State’s M.Ed. and Ph.D. programs.
Fuller is an associate professor in the Educational Leadership program; Clariana, professor of instructional systems, arrives from Penn State Great Valley.