The Civic Engagement Cohort provides an opportunity for teacher candidates to see that teaching is not a siloed profession.
When the pandemic began, students’ lives were turned upside down, and their education experiences were immediately moved to virtual learning.
The U.S. Department of State has named Illinois State University Professor of Science Education Dr. Do-Yong Park as a recipient of the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award to support his work in Vietnam.
Community Partner Pathway is a partnership between Illinois State University and five central Illinois community colleges including Carl Sandburg College, Heartland Community College, Illinois Central College, Illinois Valley Community College, and Spoon River College. The six higher education institutions will work in collaboration on this degree and licensure program that will prepare working professionals to teach elementary education with an English as a Second Language endorsement in their home communities.
Illinois State senior Raquel Armas has wanted to become a teacher since her freshman year of high school.
Dr. Shamaine Bertrand, an assistant professor of Elementary Education, is the campus hero for the spring issue of Redbird Impact magazine.
As the COVID-19 pandemic drastically changed the world of education, faculty and staff across the College of Education (COE) jumped into action not only to adapt how they prepare future educators, but also to provide current educators relevant knowledge and tools to be successful in their “new” classrooms. This spring, the COE is excited to continue to offer a variety of virtual professional development webinars and online resources. Each session is free and has professional development credit available.