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Greg Hlavaty and Paula Patch publish post about teaching writing to high school students

The lecturers in English write about what they've learned from seven years of teaching the College Writing for High School Juniors course they created.

Research by Elon faculty and students featured at American Educational Research Association annual meeting

Research from two School of Education faculty, and two current undergraduate students was presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting in Toronto.

School of Education recognizes Resa Walch

Resa Walch, senior lecturer in wellness, was honored for her 22 years of service to Elon University by the School of Education faculty and staff on April 3, 2019, in the McBride Gathering Space. 

Paula Patch blogs about university labor issues for Inside Higher Ed
The posts by the senior lecturer in English explore university labor issues and include advice for how to talk to non-tenure-track faculty and creative ways to think about faculty hiring.

 

Education Honors Fellow and Lumen Prize recipient presents research at National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Research Conference 

Kearns' research titled "Implications for elementary educators' abilities to accurately self-evaluate their mathematics teaching practices in relation to math anxiety levels" discusses the correlation and effects between high levels of female elementary school teachers and the fact that women tend to have higher anxiety levels when it comes to math. 

Research by Elon faculty and students featured at technology conference for teacher educators

Research from two School of Education faculty and two current undergraduate students was presented at the Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education Annual Conference.

Phi Beta Kappa inducts new members

An April 1 dinner and ceremony included an address by Paula Stephan, a professor of economics at Georgia Southern University who is a Phi Beta Kappa visiting scholar. 

Education Honors Fellow presents research at N.C. Reading Association 

Kristen O'Neill's research titled, "Reading to Succeed: An examination of Interests and Motivations of Struggling Pre-Adolescent Readers," has been presented twice at the North Carolina Reading Association Conference, SURE at Elon, and most notably, at the Hawaii International Conference on Education.