As a part of NAV1GATE, a new orientation day at UNCG, the School of Education hosted freshmen and transfer students who have declared a major within the School. Dean Randy Penfield welcomed nearly 200 students to the School of Education building, encouraging and reminding them, “You are going to change the world. You are going […]
It is with great excitement the School of Education announces Dr. Heidi Carlone as the first recipient of the Jennifer Smith Hooks ’76 and Jacob T. Hooks Distinguished Professorship in STEM Education. The professorship, announced in the fall of 2016, is a pivotal component of the School of Education’s vision to provide transformative educational experiences, […]
The School of Education is excited to announce the launch of our very own SOE store! After a number of requests for SOE-branded gear, we are now able of offer t-shirts, hoodies, coffee mugs, and much more to our students, alumni, and friends. Please visit this link to shop!
The UNCG STEM Teacher Leader Collaborative (STEM TLC), led by Dr. Heidi Carlone and Dr. Jennifer Mangrum of the School of Education’s TEHE department, kicked off its first annual reception and Summit on March 14 and 15 at the School of Education. The STEM TLC is a growing network of elementary teachers, school administrators, and […]
UNCG’s junior Teacher Education Fellows just returned from the Ron Clark Academy in Atlanta where they experienced transformative teaching methods to use in their own classrooms. The Fellows made this video to thank Sarah and Bob Jordan, whose generous support of the UNCG Teacher Education Fellows program made their trip possible!
We are happy to announce the SOE has secured a new endowed professorship – The Jennifer Smith Hooks and Jacob T. Hooks Distinguished Professorship in STEM Education. This gift will be instrumental in helping us attract and retain world-class faculty and students in the area of STEM Education, which is a pivotal component of the […]
The UNCG School of Education’s Dr. Holt Wilson has been awarded a contract to lead the North Carolina Collaboration for Mathematics Learning, a research-practice partnership with the N.C. Department of Public Instruction (DPI) and school districts in the state. “The goal of the partnership is to create a network where state and district math leaders, […]
UNCG School of Education students Kasey-Lynn Schmidt and Aliyah Prontaut have been chosen to receive the Student Excellence Award, UNCG’s highest academic honor for undergraduates. The award recognizes excellence as a student both in and out of the classroom for qualities of creativity, originality, motivation, analytical skills, and the ability to communicate effectively. Schmidt, a […]