The Department of Special Education at Illinois State is excited to announce the newly created Master’s in Low Vision and Blindness. Illinois is experiencing a severe shortage in educators licensed to teach in the area of low vision and blindness. This fully online program will provide licensed teachers an opportunity to add an endorsement in low vision and blindness while obtaining a master’s degree.
A crowdfunding campaign is underway for the Department of Special Education to raise money for new and updated assistive technologies (AT). Illinois State’s special education program is one of only two in the U.S. that prepares teachers in D/deaf and Hard of Hearing, Low Vision and Blindness, and Learning and Behavior Specialist. Our students take
Nyle DiMarco, the winner of Dancing with the Stars and America’s Next Top Model and an ambassador for the deaf community, will give a talk March 29.
Blake Slutz ’15 had finished an associate’s degree at Illinois Valley Community College and was ready to complete his undergraduate studies in special education.
The 2016 College of Education Annual Report highlights the size, national rankings and overall impact of educator preparation at Illinois State University.
All teacher education alumni who are completing their first or second year in the field are encouraged to register for the New Teacher Conference on June 17.
The College of Education at Illinois State University is actively seeking nominations for the 2016 Hall of Fame and the Outstanding Young Alumni Award.
Whether you’re an education major or considering a switch, the Family Weekend Education Showcase can help you uncover opportunities you hadn’t considered here at Illinois State.
Illinois State’s educator preparation program is hosting the 6th annual Teaching in the 21st Century Conference (T21Con) on Friday, September 18, in the Bone Student Center.
All education majors are invited to attend the Back to School Pizza Party on Wednesday, August 19 from 5-7 p.m. on the DeGarmo Patio.