Susan C. Faircloth, professor and director of the School of Education at Colorado State University, joined the NIES Technical Review Panel in 2005 and was appointed its chair in 2016.
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“The NIES provides a unique opportunity to highlight ways in which this is happening in schools, as well as to highlight the ways in which Indigenous languages and cultures are still absent in schools.”
“Truly, the biggest thing for me has been learning to relate what we’re learning in class, in this world history class, to their daily lives.” Teacher licensure candidate and outstanding Education Sciences graduate James Weiner’s student teaching experience was filled with challenges and rewards.
Katelyn Schmidt’s graduate journey offers insight into how diverse units within the College of Health and Human Sciences intersect in unexpected ways.
“Don has been pushing the use of technology in education delivery for 20 years. He’s pushed the School of Education into places where we didn’t realize we should go, and we’ve been better for it.”
The public is invited to an online, interactive Generations Seminar focused on fraud trends, identification, prevention and reporting, taking place on Tuesday, Dec. 15 at 9 a.m.
“We think all of these tools can help students retain and elaborate upon and expand their understanding of their learning and learned material. We are taking a design thinking approach to help students advance their skill-set in learning.”
“I was really attracted to the interdisciplinary nature of the program. As someone with a wide variety of interests, the FCS program allowed me to experience a diverse range of classes and tailor my degree to my interests.”
“I want to see more effective practices towards environmental and sustainability education. I think a key part of that is highlighting the importance of the learning aspect and the knowledge transfer, and how that plays out in the greater lens.”
Dae Seok Chai’s award-winning paper delves into quantitative research that identifies the impact of groups’ perceptions regarding paternalistic leadership and organizational commitment.