Posts Tagged ‘Bayh College of Education’
Bob and Jan Jerry support study abroad opportunities for ISU education students.
For more than 40 years, Indiana State has played host to Special Olympics Indiana. Students, faculty, staff and alumni can be a part of the experience by volunteering for the games.
Heather Salsman, ’08, enjoys helping other teachers through her blog and facebook page: Teaching Through Turbulence.
Kantaylieniere “Kandi” Hill-Clarke has been named dean of ISU’s Bayh College of Education, effective July 1. Hill-Clarke comes from the Tennesse Board of Regents, where she serves as assistant vice-chancellor for academic affairs.
Elementary education majors at Indiana State teach children from kindergarten through seventh grade in the annual Science Camp as a way to learn more about teaching in the classroom.
A recent graduate’s class at La Porte High School is impacting its school through kindness. Another education alumnus is impacting future teachers through an educational bestseller.
The Early Childhood Education Center provides childcare for the university community and the Terre Haute community. It also serves as a training center for future educators.
From researching human trafficking to teaching Shakespeare to prisoners to exploring far below the seafloor, Indiana State faculty and students are making a difference in the Wabash Valley and around the world.
With a history of preparing Indiana’s educators since 1870, Indiana State’s Bayh College of Education continues to help Hoosier educators attain their goals and impact their local communities and schools through a traveling doctoral program for administrators.
Indiana’s Commission for Higher Education and Department of Education announced Indiana State University’s Bayh College of Education as one of three regional partnerships between area colleges and school districts in an effort to ensure Hoosier high school graduates are prepared to succeed in college.