On Monday, June 18, the Master of Education Program welcomed a new cohort to the Elon University campus that includes eight studying gifted education and three studying elementary education.
The Alamance-Burlington School System Honors Institute at Elon, a collaborative effort between the school system and Elon University, is providing a summer enrichment experience for talented and motivated students.
Jeffrey Carpenter, associate professor of education and director of the Teaching Fellows program, co-authored the article in the peer-reviewed journal Teaching and Teacher Education.
Students enrolled in teacher education courses have the opportunity to work closely with the local schools and community agencies through a variety of partnerships. On Oct. 4, the School of Education will host an orientation for all clinical teachers to learn more about the mission, goals, and expectations of clinical experiences.
The School of Education will welcome new students into the Teacher Education Program during an induction ceremony on Sept. 25, 2018.
Teacher candidates who will complete their Elon student teaching experience at Alamance-Burlington School System in the spring will attend a seminar titled "Effective Teacher Training."
Members of the M.A. in Higher Education cohort will join Bryan Dewsbury in an educational discussion to better address questions of equity and community-building on Aug. 16.
The School of Education will host an orientation for the inaugural cohort of the M.A. in Higher Education program on Aug. 8-10, 2018.