The College of Education will host the New Teacher Conference (NTCon) on June 23, 2022 at Illinois State University. This professional development opportunity is specifically designed for new teachers who are in their first to fifth years of teaching. The event is open to alumni and friends, and registration is required.
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The College of Education will host New Teacher Conference for all new teachers in their first through fourth years of teaching on Friday, June 11, via Zoom.
More than 650 staff members took part in professional development under the Framework for Inclusive Support and Service Excellence.
In a time when so many events are being delayed or simply canceled, some Department of Agriculture students were able to take part in an annual event for food and agricultural students from across the United States.
More than 700 course instructors took part in professional development to prepare for fall teaching.
Not sure whether teaching is the career path you want to take? Here’s why Illinois State University’s School of Communication teaching assistantships will help you gain professional experience, no matter what field you ultimately enter.
Save the date for Illinois State University’s New Teacher Conference on June 19, 2020.
Whether your course needs a little touch-up or a full makeover, CTLT is offering a variety of cohort-based professional development opportunities this summer.
Migos. Cardi B. Beyoncé. These are names most students would not expect to often hear at an academic workshop. However, one Illinois State University School of Communication (SoC) alumna is using “the culture” to cultivate student leadership.