Five Faculty Named Exemplary Distance Educators
Five faculty members in the College of Education and Human Development have achieved the Exemplary Distance Educator title after meeting the highest standards required by Quality Matters.
Quality Matters is an internationally recognized, standards-based program, offering faculty quality assurance in online course design with a focus on continuous improvement. Quality Matters is directed at improving learning outcomes for online students through course design.
The following faculty participated in the Summer Institute for the Advancement of Quality in Online Teaching as well as additional professional development focused on distance education.
- Dr. Glenda Byrns, clinical associate professor in the Department of Educational Psychology
- Dr. Marcia Montague, visiting assistant professor in the Department of Educational Psychology
- Dr. Noelle Sweany, clinical associate professor in the Department of Educational Psychology
- Dr. Radhika Viruru, clinical professor in the Department of Teaching, Learning and Culture
- Dr. Sloane Milstein, clinical assistant professor in the Department of Health and Kinesiology
Through various professional developments, these faculty are now prepared to address design details that are often overlooked in online courses.
The College of Education and Human Development at Texas A&M University is committed to promoting early childhood education. In April, CEHD played a key role in the first-ever conference for the Brazos Valley chapter of the Texas Association for the Education of Young Children. Several faculty members and grad students shared their research and advice with early childhood education workers in the Bryan-College Station area.
Texas A&M University is offering help to students in Uvalde, Texas following last month’s tragedy at Robb Elementary School.
Two faculty members from the School of Education and Human Development at Texas A&M University address dangerous heat, its impact on youth sports and what can be done to help keep students safe.
A project led by researchers in the School of Education and Human Development at Texas A&M University looks to ensure that rural students in grades 3-5 receive additional support to increase science literacy, interest in STEM fields, and access to technology.
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