The keynote speaker for the fourth annual Teaching in the 21st Century Conference (T21Con) will be David Jakes, digital learning strategist for The Third Teacher + by Cannon Design in Chicago.
The College of Education’s Teaching in the 21st Century (T21) Speaker Series prepares educators to effectively use technology in the modern classroom.
The College of Education’s website was redesigned with intuitive navigation and a fresh new look, combining what had been 13 separate sites into one efficient hub.
Throughout the online version of the Statewide Standard, you will learn about the accomplishments of several of these outstanding professional educators. Read the stories or download the full PDF.
Realizing the Democratic Ideal, the conceptual framework of Illinois State University’s educator preparation program, recognizes the rights of all children to receive a high quality, democratic public school education. College of Education faculty members freely contribute to the current dialogue on educator preparation in the changing landscapes of our nation’s public schools.
For three years running, the College of Education has hosted the Teaching in the 21st Century Conference (T21Con). The conference provides preservice teachers with knowledge and hands-on experience using educational technologies from vendors and teacher experts.
The College of Education would like to invite Illinois State alumni to a free presentation April 3 by Alan Blankstein, an author, teacher, and leader committed to service in education.
When Shannon Fosler and her parents decided to establish The Fosler Family Education Scholarship, their hope was to pay it forward to another hardworking teacher education major.
There are not many people who can say they have bested Jim Belushi routinely in speech debate. But for Adrienne McDay, a doctoral student in the Department of Educational Administration and Foundations (EAF), it was a regular occurrence for her while she earned her degree in speech from Southern Illinois University.