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NAU College of Education
On Wednesday, Northern Arizona University’s College of Education (COE) opened a new technology-enhanced classroom while celebrating the college’s national accreditation through the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). COE faculty will begin integrating this technology into their curriculum for students to bring to their future classrooms.
The classroom features eight screens, five TVs, three projectors and five microphones linked through a state-of-the-art audio system specifically designed for the space. Made for a collaborative and active learning experience,… Read more
Two years ago Jeanette Romo was looking for ways to expand her teaching know-how.
She’d been a kindergarten teacher for years and wanted to get a master’s degree, but wouldn’t get a big enough pay increase to justify the cost and didn’t know how… Read more
The Rodel Foundation has announced its Exemplary Teachers, a coveted title awarded to just 15 Arizona educators, and six of the winners earned education-related degrees at NAU.
The winners, called the state’s best teachers by the Rodel Foundation, will be tasked with mentoring high-potential student teachers, including NAU students.
The Rodel Exemplary Teachers are chosen primarily from schools serving high-need students. In addition to recognition, each winner receives a $5,000 savings bond.
Rodel began the statewide initiative to single out exceptional teachers… Read more
Gov. Jan Brewer has declared the week of Sept. 22-26 as Arizona GEAR UP Week in the state.
The proclamation coincides with the celebration of National GEAR UP Week 2014. This week commemorates the continuing success of Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduates Programs (GEAR UP), a national program intended to help low-income students graduate from high school prepared to succeed in college.