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- Dr. Kerri Richardson Named Incoming Chair of the Department of Teacher Education and Higher Education (TEHE) - We are pleased to announce that Dr. Kerri Richardson has been named the incoming Chair of the Department of Teacher Education and Higher Education (TEHE) for the UNCG School of Education. She will assume the role of Chair on June 1, 2019. Dr. Colleen Fairbanks, TEHE’s current Department Chair, will be returning to the faculty […]
- Being an International Student: A Physical, Educational, and Personal Journey - S Anandavalli (Valli) is one of UNCG School of Education’s doctoral students who is studying abroad at UNCG from India. She is working toward her Ph.D in Counseling and Counselor Education in the Department of Counseling and Educational Development (CED). In her own words, she describes what it is like to be an international student […]
- #GivingTuesday MSPS Spotlight: Responsive Teaching — Meeting Students Where They Are - REIDSVILLE — Two aspects of the innovative reading and writing instruction at the new Moss Street Partnership School will make or break its success: choice and access. The school’s leadership is covering the former: teachers are allowing elementary students the freedom to choose books they’ll study. No assigned texts to the entire grade level, simply […]
- #GivingTuesday MSPS Spotlight: Signs of Change — What’s Happening at Moss Street? - REIDSVILLE — Driving north along the business route of U.S. Route 29 near downtown Reidsville, cars pass a relatively new billboard emblazoned with “Moss Street Partnership School.” Drivers see the letters UNCG for the University of North Carolina Greensboro and #BetterTogether. A short drive further north brings you to an elementary school that’s served its […]
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