School of Education

Unique Experiential Learning Opportunity Immerses SES Students in Deaf Culture

October 25-27, seniors and juniors in the K-12 Deaf and Hard of Hearing Teacher Licensure Program in the Department of Specialized Education Services (SES) took a trip to Gallaudet University in Washington D.C. for Gallaudet’s homecoming weekend. Gallaudet University is the only liberal arts university in the world specifically for … Continued

New Insights into Promoting Retention and Success for Black Men in College

Institutions of higher education across the nation continue to struggle with how to improve the success of Black men on their campuses. Black men have the lowest undergraduate degree completion rates as compared to all other gender and racial/ethnic groups. The latest data from the National Center for Education Statistics … Continued

UNCG’s Student North Carolina Association of Educators (SNCAE) Hosted Panel Discussion During American Education Week

The UNCG Chapter of Student North Carolina Association of Educators (SNCAE) celebrated American Education Week (November 12–16, 2018) with activities highlighting various aspects of the teaching profession. On Tuesday, November 13, SNCAE hosted a teacher panel featuring beginning teachers, an HR representative, and a principal from various local school districts. … Continued

#GivingTuesday MSPS Spotlight: New Ground for Student and Teacher

REIDSVILLE — For fourth-grade teacher Kristen Perkinson, responsive teaching made her feel like an actor waiting for a mysterious and elusive cue. It was terrifying. “I felt like I wasn’t teaching the kids,” said Perkinson, who teaches at the Moss Street Partnership School, a new collaboration that brings the resources … Continued