A Transformative Approach to Education
The extraordinary educational programs of the School of Education (SOE) go beyond the classroom, beyond the lecture, and beyond the book. They take students to new heights of knowledge, new levels of skill, and new degrees of multicultural awareness. This is the life-changing power of education.
Through access to experiential learning that includes internships, field placements, practicums and hands-on research projects, our students learn not just by listening—but also by doing. They form one-on-one relationships with faculty that go beyond the traditional student-teacher framework, allowing students to learn with faculty as much as they learn from them.
By engaging with our innovative, internationally-renowned faculty, students develop a clearer picture of the challenges and opportunities facing today’s educators. And persistent exposure to diverse communities, voices and perspectives helps ensure they will go on to foster educational and social equity throughout their careers.
You can explore some of our many transformative programs and initiatives below.
SELF Design Studio
A hands-on makerspace that teaches 21st century skills through resources and activities such as 3D printing, robotics and more.
Helping SOE students develop a global perspective through short-term and exchange programs all over the world.
Vacc Counseling & Consulting Clinic
Offering experiential learning to counselors-in-training and relevant, accessible and evidence-based services to our community.
The unparalleled experiential learning opportunities throughout our academic programs help prepare our students for life after graduation.
Conferences & Speakers
The SOE is proud to sponsor world-class lectures and series such as the Diversity in Language and Culture Conference, the Cora Paul Bomar Summit and more.
The Haggai Academy provides financial and professional support to non-traditional students who are preparing to become licensed school teachers in the State of North Carolina through initial licensure pathways.
Teacher Ed Fellows Program
When state lawmakers cut the North Carolina Teaching Fellows Program, UNC Greensboro stepped in to continue the critical work of creating a pipeline of highly-prepared educators ready to make a difference in North Carolina classrooms.