The awards recognize those who methodically and consistently worked over time to enhance their teaching knowledge, skills, and abilities.
The College of Education (COE) will host Meenoo Rami, Educator Advocate at Minecraft and Microsoft for a free webinar. All education students and educators are invited to attend Teacher Practice in a Connected World with Meenoo Rami on Thursday, February 25 at 7pm. Come discover the ways in which teachers are using the power of
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.
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.
Thank you to each of our colleagues who are retiring this year for your exceptional contributions to the College.
We are proud to announce several award recipients and nominees this year for the College of Education (COE).
When Bobby Witt-Kannady ’76 was just starting out in the field of special education, she couldn’t predict that one day she would be celebrating her 30th year at Illinois State University.
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.
The Division of Student Affairs is proud to recognize Abe Lopez-Bowen, Bianca Gerardi Pietro, Bill Dwoinen, Jessica Garber Schaefer, and Quanisha Kumi-Darfour.
Brandon Thornton ’11, M.S. ’16, was recently named a Regional Teacher of the Year by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE).