Community discusses problems of practice at recent Grand Rounds
In a recent Grand Rounds, members of SOE's secondary undergraduate teacher education program came together to discuss what it means to develop and leverage a deep understanding of students, their communities, and their literacies to support teaching and learning.
Americanah book discussions inspire SOE community’s reflections on listening
A group of SOE faculty members, staff and students came together on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, for small-group discussions of Americanah, Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's novel about race, ethnicity, identity, and culture.
Members of the SOE community were treated to a special performance of the First Wave Hip Hop and Urban Arts Learning Community recently, the latest in a series of events designed to cultivate a more equitable and inclusive environment.
The 4T Virtual Conference began as a grassroots effort in 2011 as an opportunity for educators from across the globe to connect, network, and learn from each other about issues in technology education.
SOE 11th in U.S. News & World Report grad school rankings; CSHPE ranked best in the nation; secondary education and educational psychology (CPEP) programs, both ranked third; elementary education, ranked fourth