MENU
College of Education Menu

Accreditations



Welcome!

This office is responsible for collecting, organizing, and analyzing data associated with measurable outcomes and guided by the mission and goals of the University and the College. We strive to provide the information and expertise necessary for effective planning and decision-making. In addition, the office also provides services and resources connected with instructional technology, teacher accountability, Taskstream, and standardized tests.

Accreditation

NCATE_logo

National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education

NCATE/TEAC Merger 

SACS color logo


SACS Accreditation

Electronic Evidence Portfolio

TaskStream User Support


ncdpiNorth Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NC DPI)

The NC DPI administers the NC State Board of Education's process for approval of teacher education programs leading to initial teaching licensure, advanced teaching licensure, and licensure in other school professional areas. ECU offers numerous programs and pathways through which graduates may earn licensure as classroom teachers, administrators, school counselors, library media specialists, instructional technology facilitators, school psychologists, school social workers, and speech-language pathologists.

BlackBoard: Training Dates and How-to Guides

SnagIt:

Snagit is a image-based screen capturing program with many educational uses, including software tutorials, narrated PowerPoint presentations, narrated lecture notes and other training.

Yammer:

Yammer is ECU’s internal communication platform. It allows for conversation, questions and collaboration within a private ECU social network. Yammer has been described as Facebook + Twitter for the enterprise. Think in terms of using Yammer to ask the network participants questions, share what you are doing and share your ideas.

Yammer can be accessed using your ECU username and password and offers web access, desktop apps and mobile apps for reading, reviewing and posting. 

Media Site:

Mediasite is an enterprise webcasting, lecture capture and hybrid event platform. Mediasite webcasting technology completely automates the recording, distribution, management and analytics of high-quality video and multimedia presentations.

Syllabi System:

The new COE Syllabi System provides syllabi consistency across course sections and provides a centralized syllabi collection system in the COE. The Syllabi System is being piloted in Spring 2012 by faculty in select undergraduate and graduate courses.

StarFish:

Starfish is an early-alert retention tool that works through Blackboard to support student academic success at ECU. Through Starfish faculty can inform students of their academic performance within a course and connect students to appropriate support resources. Contact John Trifilo, Assistant Director of Academic Advising and Support, trifiloj@ecu.edu 

StarFish Guides for Faculty and Students:http://www.ecu.edu/cs-acad/advising/retentioninitiatives.cfm

2016 Degree Ranking – Teacher.org

ECU education degree programs ranked in top 20

East Carolina University did extremely well in Teacher.org’s ranking of education degree programs, and have achieved top 20 status twice: 15th best Educational Leadership degree program in the U.S. of over 560 qualifying colleges. The Top 20 can be viewed here – http://www.teacher.org/degree/educational-administration/#college-rankings 10th best Elementary Education degree program in the U.S. of over 780 colleges. Here are the Top 20 – http://www.teacher.org/degree/elementary-education/#college-rankings Teacher.org’s mission is to inform, empower, and encourage aspiring, new, and veteran teachers.

Learn More

DENNY_SANFORD (3)

ECU receives funding to develop leaders in education

GREENVILLE, N.C. (8/22/2016) – The East Carolina University College of Education is one of two universities invited to join the Sanford Education Collaborative (SEC), a network of universities committed to expanding a nationwide movement to create a new paradigm for pre-K–12 teaching excellence and student achievement. Each year, the SEC selects a small number of universities to join the collaborative based on factors such as demonstrated effective teacher preparation, regional representation and institutional diversity, according to Dr. Grant Hayes, dean of the College of Education Continue reading →

Learn More

EdTPA

edTPA Data Summit 2016

The College of Education’s Office of Assessment, Accreditation and Data Management hosted the third annual Data Summit on June 8, to share edTPA performance data with faculty and discuss strategic plans for program improvement.  The event was open to all edTPA liaisons (TPALs) and department chairs.  Individual departments throughout the College of Education are now holding their own data summits to review student performance data and develop plans for program improvement. In 2015-2016, candidates in all teacher preparation programs were required to complete the edTPA Continue reading →

Learn More

2016SP-Edcamp

ECU College of Education Hosts First EdcampECU

The ECU College of Education successfully hosted its first EdcampECU on Saturday, April 23 at Speight and Rivers Buildings. The event drew over sixty participants including  teachers, media coordinators, instructional technology specialists, and school district personnel from across the region and several ECU Faculty members.  EdcampECU followed the unique “unconference” format with sessions being suggested by participants during the conference. Sessions did not have presenters, instead they were organized as discussion groups where educators shared and learned from each other. EdcampECU focused on the integration Continue reading →

Learn More

Dickerson

Dr. Daniel Dickerson Represents ECU on Fulbright Commission Panel Addressing STEM Study Abroad Partnerships with the Czech Republic

Dr. Daniel Dickerson, associate professor in the Department of Mathematics, Science, and Instructional Technology Education and ECU STEM CoRE (Collaborative for Research in Education) Co-Director, is among a small group of scholars from across the United States selected to sit on a Fulbright Commission sponsored STEM Expert Panel to address university faculty from across the Czech Republic regarding STEM study abroad possibilities. He will join faculty from MIT, Purdue, Michigan, Georgia Tech, and other STEM intensive institutions. The STEM Expert Panel is part of a capacity Continue reading →

Learn More

dean

MEASURING IMPACT: The College of Education embarks on three-year assessment plan

By Jessica Nottingham University Communication East Carolina University’s College of Education is under new leadership and on a crusade for excellence. Dr. Grant Hayes, who has been dean and distinguished professor in the College of Education since August, opened his first faculty and staff meeting asking tough questions: “What does the ECU College of Education want to be known for?” and “what can students get here that they cannot get elsewhere?” To help the college answer these questions, department chairs are charged with working with Continue reading →

Learn More

ECUedcamplogo-02

College of Education to host first Edcamp.

ECU’s College of Education will be hosting the first EdcampECU on Saturday, April 23, on the ECU main campus. EdcampECU is an “unconference” designed to provide FREE participant-driven professional development for P-12 educators with a focus on educational technology. Teachers, specialists, administrators and district personnel that are ready to share, collaborate and learn about educational technology are encouraged to attend. Participants can have an active role at edcamp by proposing a session topic, voting on proposed topics, choosing what sessions to attend and how they Continue reading →

Learn More