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- Dr. Wayne Journell Publishes Book On How Students Can Learn To Identify Fake News- Dr. Wayne Journell (TEHE) recently published an edited book titled, Unpacking Fake News: An Educator’s Guide to Navigating the Media with Students, with Teachers College Press. The book contains chapters by leading civic education scholars and uses a psychoanalytic lens to explore what fake news is, why students are susceptible to believing it, and how […]
- Dr. Holt Wilson & Team of Researchers Win Innovator Award Recognizing Outstanding Contributions to Math Education in North Carolina- Improving K-12 mathematics education is a critical challenge for educational practitioners, leaders, and researchers. Dr. Holt Wilson and his team of collaborators are creating a new model for statewide reform of mathematics teaching and learning through the development of and research on curriculum materials, teaching strategies, and professional development programming. Dr. Wilson, Associate Professor of […]
- Teacher Education Fellows Program Receives Additional $50k Gift from Sarah & Bob Jordan- On behalf of the entire UNCG School of Education community, we would like to thank Mrs. Sarah Cole Jordan ’56 and The Honorable Robert Jordan, III for their gift of $50,000 to support the Sarah Cole Jordan Class of 1956 UNCG Teacher Education Fellows Endowment. The Jordan name is synonymous with this incredible experience, dating […]
- UNCG STEM Teacher Leader Collaborative Brings Educators Together From Across NC to Participate in STEM Learning- On the morning of Saturday, January 26, more than 60 elementary teachers from across the state (centralized in the Piedmont Triad area) came together in the UNCG School of Education building to participate in STEMergizing Saturday, a 3 hour long session on integrating STEM into their classrooms. The goal of this event was for regional […]
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