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Ryanne Hilliard
Ryanne Hilliard selected as finalist for NCACTE Student Teacher of the Year Award
On: 21 Sep 2018 12:21
Ryanne Hilliard selected as finalist for NCACTE Student Teacher of the Year Award   In 2016 the North Carolina Association for Colleges and Teacher Educators (NCACTE) initiated the Student Teacher of the Year Award. Ryanne Hilliard (B.S. Mathematics Education, B.A. Mathematics) was selected to represent ECU in the 2018 awards process. Ms. Hilliard was recently selected as one of 10 state finalists for the award. The winner will be announced at NCACTE’s Fall Forum in Raleigh, NC on Thursday, Oct 4, 2018. Ms. Hilliard is currently teaching Continue reading →

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We Want To Do More Than Survive: Abolitionist Teaching, Hip Hop Civics, & Creativity
On: 20 Sep 2018 20:11
Speaker Series: Diversity, Equity, and Social Justice Wednesday, October 17, 2018, 4:00-6:00 East Carolina Heart Institute We Want To Do More Than Survive: Abolitionist Teaching, Hip Hop Civics, & Creativity The College of Education Diversity Committee and Office for Equity and Diversity invite you to a presentation by Dr. Bettina Love. Dr. Love’s talk will examine the struggles and the possibilities of committing ourselves to Hip Hop civics education and the abolitionist goal of educational freedom, as opposed to reform, and moving beyond what she Continue reading →

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COE Emergency Fund – Help Us Help Our Students!
On: 18 Sep 2018 12:15
We have started getting word that some of our COE students have been severely impacted by Hurricane Florence.  The College of Education has some funding to assist in emergencies – but it is limited.  If you want to contribute to the COE Emergency Fund, please click here or on the link below. All contributions are appreciated!  Please know that there is an application process for assistance and that these funds are only offered to students in the College of Education.  COE students who need help Continue reading →

Dr. Charity Cayton
NSF IUSE Grant to Support Math Teacher Education at National Scale
On: 07 Sep 2018 10:45
A cross-institutional team received $1.8 million over five years as part of a National Science Foundation (NSF) Improving Undergraduate STEM Education grant for her work entitled “Preparing to Teach Mathematics with Technology – Examining Student Practice [PTMT-ESP]. PTMT-ESP brings together a cross-institutional team — Jennifer Lovett (Middle Tennessee State University), Allison McCulloch (UNC-Charlotte), Charity Cayton (East Carolina University), and Hollylynne Lee (North Carolina State University). The team will rely on research focused on students’ reasoning to create, refine and study video-enhanced materials to use as Continue reading →

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Strengthening Social and Emotional Development With Sanford
On: 06 Sep 2018 18:26
East Carolina University College of Education was 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–6 teaching excellence and student achievement. Entrepreneur and Philanthropist T. Denny Sanford has funded many different philanthropic causes and he noted that “few have been as satisfying as seeing the way Sanford Harmony brings people together on so many levels, from universities to schools, teachers and parents.” In partnership with ECU he is now Continue reading →