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Alumna shares elementary remote teaching experience, resources

Alumna shares elementary remote teaching experience, resources

Rachel Mountz is a 2011 graduate of the Penn State College of Education, with a degree in elementary and early childhood education. She teaches in a rural, Title I school in Colorado, and is sharing her story of moving to remote teaching of her fourth-grade class with the hope that her story and the resources she's using may help others in similar situations.

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New project to allow families to learn together in Hazleton classrooms

New project to allow families to learn together in Hazleton classrooms

A Penn State project team that collaborates with experienced elementary teachers to utilize science and STEM education for English language development will be fully functional in the community of Hazleton, Pennsylvania -- thanks to the College of Education -- once the state-mandated restrictions because of COVID-19 are lifted.

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College of Education ranked 36th in nation for graduate education programs

College of Education ranked 36th in nation for graduate education programs

U.S. News released its annual rankings of colleges and universities today (March 17), and all 10 College of Education graduate programs that fall into categories ranked by U.S. News and World Report have been ranked in the Top 15, with four of those programs in the Top 10.

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Doctoral student Sagun Giri earns top award from state organization

Doctoral student Sagun Giri earns top award from state organization

A doctoral candidate in the College of Education’s Learning, Design, and Technology (LDT) program and founding president of Penn State’s student chapter of the Pennsylvania Association for Educational Communications (PAECT) has been named that state organization’s student of the year.

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All Penn State classes to take place remotely beginning March 16

Penn State has announced that all classes will be held online beginning on March 16 and continuing through Friday, April 3. Visit https://news.psu.edu/ to read a message from Penn State President Eric J. Barron, and to learn more.

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Education dean, faculty members elected to key posts within AERA

Education dean, faculty members elected to key posts within AERA

College of Education Dean Kimberly A. Lawless was elected American Education Research Association (AERA) division vice president for Division C: Learning & Instruction. In addition, several College of Education faculty members were elected to posts in AERA special interest groups.

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Message from Dean Lawless on coronavirus

Dean Kimberly A. Lawless echoes Provost Nicholas Jones' message about what the University is doing to monitor the evolving worldwide coronavirus outbreak, with a message of support to students in the College of Education whose loved ones may be impacted.

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Inaugural College of Education Graduate Student Showcase to be April 3

The College of Education will hold its inaugural Graduate Student Showcase from 2 to 5 p.m. Friday, April 3, in Chambers Building. This event will provide graduate students the opportunity to share their work with members of our community.

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Education professor to assist state with revision of science standards

Education professor to assist state with revision of science standards

The state Department of Education (PDE) is about to embark on updating its Pennsylvania Science and Technology and Environment and Ecology standards, and Penn State is positioned to play a leadership role in that process.

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Kelly first Penn Stater elected to National Academy of Education

Kelly first Penn Stater elected to National Academy of Education

Greg Kelly, senior associate dean for Research, Outreach, and Technology and distinguished professor in the College of Education, is one of 15 people nationwide to be elected to the National Academy of Education (NAEd) in 2020, and the first ever member from Penn State. He will be formally inducted during the NAEd annual meeting in November. Election to membership in the academy is one of the highest honors accorded to educational researchers by their peers.

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Expert tells faculty that storytelling opens channels of communication

Expert tells faculty that storytelling opens channels of communication

Some Penn State College of Education faculty learned recently the importance of storytelling in relation to their teaching as well as humanizing their research.

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WorkLink prepares students with intellectual disabilities for work

For individuals with intellectual disabilities there can be numerous challenges in securing employment, according to two Penn State professors, but with proper support, training and education, those barriers can be mitigated.

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