Ann Bullock, dean of Elon's School of Education, was a featured guest on a recent episode of Education Matters, a program that airs statewide on UNC-TV as well as in the Triangle on WRAL and in the Charlotte area on FOX 50.
Enfield, associate professor of education worked with Rosenthal to write “Taking science home: Reflexivity on becoming a teacher insider in an afterschool science program,” a book about their efforts to bring science learning to local children in an informal after-school program. The book narrates their efforts to become insiders in the social and cultural context, their learning as teachers, and the ways that science learning mediated between the children, teachers, context and content through the after-school program.
Elon's annual celebration of intellectual inquiry and scholarship features the work of eight accomplished faculty scholars as well as eight students who are working with faculty mentors on undergraduate research.
Jeffrey Carpenter, associate professor of education and director of the Teaching Fellows program, and Julie Justice, assistant professor of education, published an article in the peer-reviewed journal Computers in the Schools.
Students from Mark Enfield’s COR110 class hosted fifth-grade students from a local elementary school for a day at Elon.
Elon's new Master of Arts in Higher Education program will host an on-campus information session on Saturday, Dec. 2, at 10:30 a.m., and a virtual information session on Thursday, Dec. 7, at 6 p.m.
The acknowledgment for the school’s teacher preparation program follows an extensive review process and site visit earlier this year. The program was first accredited in 1991.
Fifty-five educators participated in a two-day Inclusive Schools Network Institute run by the organization Gender Spectrum and hosted by the Elon University School of Education