The Cecilia J. Lauby Teacher Education Center in the College of Education (COE) is excited to launch a new summer program with District 87 in Bloomington.
Grace Brannen never thought she’d be student teaching from a pingpong table in her family’s basement, positioning herself against a wall so no one would walk behind her with a basket of laundry.
Mahogany West started her first day of teaching in an empty classroom.
Housed in the College of Education, NCUE’s Step-Up program completed its 11th summer of preparing future educators from across the University to teach in urban settings.
As Redbirds continue to thrive during the pandemic, Career Services is offering virtual career fairs, and information on how to navigate them effectively.
The College of Education (COE) has multiple professional development opportunities for teachers and current education students this fall. Presentations will be hosted by COE faculty, alumni, and teacher colleagues. Each session is free, virtual, and has professional development credit available. Redbird Educator Series The Mary and Jean Borg Center for Reading and Literacy is hosting
We sat down with a handful of members of the COE and asked five questions to find out a little more about them, why they do what they do, and what keeps them going.
The fact that the United States is experiencing a national teacher shortage is well documented, and there are many contributing factors, including salary concerns, funding cuts, and attrition due to retirements.
How do you teach future educators to teach when they cannot be in physical K-12 classrooms? That is the question that many teacher education instructors started facing a little over a month ago amid the announcements of schools moving to remote learning across the country. Illinois State University’s Cecilia J. Lauby Teacher Education Center had
Brenton Kane, Amanda Papinchock, and Troy Hinkle will be honored with university Academic Advising Awards on February 7.