Articles by Jennifer Strange
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23 teacher candidates inducted into Kappa Delta Pi for teaching excellence by School of Education
April 29, 2022
The Dr. Jo Watts Williams School of Education inducted 23 teacher candidates into Kappa Delta Pi, a national honor society in education that recognizes and promotes excellence in education.
Faculty, staff, Teaching Fellows, alumnae from the School of Education present at North Carolina Reading & Literacy Conference
March 23, 2022
Faculty, staff, Teaching Fellows and alumnae presented research at the 51st North Carolina Reading and Literacy Conference, held by the North Carolina Reading Association in Winston Salem.
Candidates in Elon’s Master of Higher Education program honored with Outstanding Graduate Student Awards by the ACPA
March 22, 2022
Nelson Ysabel and Jordan Ballantyne, graduate candidates in the M.A. in Higher Education Program, were recently honored with Outstanding Graduate Student Awards by the American College Personnel Association.
Assistant Professor Dani Lane publishes article in the British Journal of Learning Disabilities
March 21, 2022
Lane, assistant professor in the Dr. Jo Watts Williams School of Education, disseminates research to support the implementation of inclusive educational services for students with intellectual disabilities in Saudi Arabia.
Master of Education candidate presents global action project at SXSW EDU Conference
March 9, 2022
Ana Herrera, second-year M.Ed. candidate, presented her global action project at the 2022 SXSW EDU Conference in Austin, Texas.
Patrick Vernon ’94 G’08 named North Carolina Middle School Social Studies Teacher of the Year
March 4, 2022
Vernon, a 28-year veteran educator with Alamance-Burlington Schools, was named the 2022 North Carolina Middle School Social Studies Teacher of the Year by the North Carolina Council for the Social Studies at their annual meeting on Thursday, March 3.
Dani Lane publishes article and presents research about inclusion
February 15, 2022
Lane, assistant professor in the Dr. Jo Watts Williams School of Education, disseminates three projects centered around inclusion.
Spanish educator alumnus awarded the Reckford Teaching Prize
February 10, 2022
Justin Seifts '09 is a Spanish teacher at East Chapel Hill High School and was awarded the Reckford Teaching Prize by the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Public School Foundation.
Lisa Buchanan co-authors research study aimed at understanding teacher candidates’ knowledge of religious freedom, the Establishment Clause
February 1, 2022
Lisa Buchanan, associate professor in the Dr. Jo Watts Williams School of Education, has co-authored a research study in The Social Studies aimed at understanding elementary teacher candidates' knowledge of religious freedom and the Establishment Clause in public school settings.
Education major examines elementary educators’ awareness of trauma-informed teaching approaches
February 1, 2022
Lucy Callicott '22 has been named a Provost Scholar for her research in examining elementary educators' awareness and perceptions of trauma-informed teaching approaches.