Practice Tests Offered For Pre-Service Teachers-
With recent changes to teacher certification exams in Texas, faculty and staff in the College of Education and Human Development developed a program to help pre-service teachers succeed.2
Partnership Places CEHD Students In Spring ISD-
Texas A&M University’s College of Education and Human Development has reached a new three-year partnership with Spring Independent School District to address a national challenge – preparing teachers to transition into and thrive within urban schools.
TLAC Welcomes New Department Head-
Improving the learning experience for every student in the College of Education and Human Development is a top priority for Dr. Michael de Miranda, the newest department head in the Department of Teaching, Learning and Culture (TLAC).
Chinese And Korean Summer Program Wraps Up-
The Department of Teaching, Learning, and Culture and College Station ISD partnered together to give local students a cultural experience through the Chinese and Korean Summer Program.
Faculty Discuss Impact Of Technology On Children’s Development-
For children in today’s society, technologies like smartphones and tablets are commonplace. In fact, children rely on technology for the majority of their play, spending up to eight hours each day with some sort of entertainment technology. The problem is, there is very little research on what impact those technologies have on children’s development.
Former Student Helps Pave Way For Others-
Angela Wrigglesworth ’99 is a third grade teacher and activist who strives to set the bar high. The Houston native has dedicated her career to shaping young minds in the classroom and inspiring others in her community to achieve new heights.
Dr. Carol Stuessy Retiring After 27 Years-
After spending 27 years with the College of Education and Human Development, Dr. Carol Stuessy is ready to find out who she is again, without being a professor 24/7.
June Scobee Rodgers ’83 Continues The Challenger Educational Mission-
For the past 30 years, June Scobee Rodgers has dedicated her life to continuing the educational mission of the Space Shuttle Challenger crew. Rodgers, the widow of Dick Scobee, commander of the Challenger, has taught every grade from kindergarten to college. Now, her mission is preparing teachers to guide the next generation.
Classroom Instruction Comes To Life Through Global Education-
Her past is not something she likes to talk about, but when Katrin Howard was asked to speak to a group of Texas A&M students, she could not pass up the opportunity.
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Summit For Meaningful Impact Of Learning And Education-
The College of Education and Human Development at Texas A&M University is working to build strong partnerships with school districts across the state. That goal is what prompted the Summit for Meaningful Impact of Learning and Education: A Texas Schools Summit in The Woodlands earlier this month.
Professor Raises Awareness For Global Education, Gender Inequality-
Clinical professor Dr. Valerie Hill-Jackson in the Department of Teaching, Learning and Culture partnered with MSC Freshmen Leadership International (FLI) to spotlight National Women’s Month by raising awareness for global education and gender inequality.
Clinical Professor To Screen Documentary At The National World War II Museum-
Tiger Brides: Memories of Love and War from the G.I. Brides of Tiger Bay tells the story of women from Tiger Bay who fell in love with and married black American soldiers stationed in Cardiff, Wales during World War II and the Korean War.
TLAC Students Excel At Aggies Invent-
Aggies Invent is a themed, intensive innovation/design experience challenging students to solve real world problems while collaborating with students within multidiscipline/multi-level teams. The end goal is to provide students the opportunity to acquire skills essential to becoming successful innovation leaders and support them in founding startup companies.
Mentorship System Assists Incoming Graduate Students-
Former students in the Master’s of Education program have created a mentorship system aimed at spreading their teaching knowledge to other incoming graduate students.
Collaboration Aims To Increase Passion For Science-
A collaboration between professors from four colleges, including the College of Education and Human Development, is hoping to make a difference in the future of the STEM fields – science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
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College Collaboration Brings Deeper Insight To First Folio-
The exhibit will feature literary workshops and showcase original manuscripts of some of Shakespeare’s most famous work, including Hamlet’s “to be or not to be.”
New Book Helps Prepare Star Teachers, Administrators-
For Valerie Hill-Jackson, developing accessible resources for pre-service and in-service teachers and administrators is vital to the success of schools across the state and country.