Dr. Donal Mulcahy, Dr. Ali Sakkal, and Mr. Brian Calhoun all received promotions this week. Dr. Mulcahy was tenured and promoted to Associate Professor. Dr. Sakkal was promoted to Associate Teaching Professor. Mr. Calhoun was promoted to Associate Professor of the Practice. Congratulations to these three outstanding teacher-scholars on their well-deserved accomplishments. https://education.wfu.edu/about…/faculty-and-staff-profiles/
Congratulations to Professor Emeritus Mary Lynn Redmond, who was honored with the 2019 Southern Conference on Language Teaching (SCOLT) Founders Award. The award is presented to a member who has made significant contributions to SCOLT throughout a number of years and who exemplifies the spirit and ideals of the founders of the organization. https://www.scolt.org/index.php/awards/founders-award
Dr. Colleen Fitzpatrick’s elementary education students recently implemented Maker Culture to demonstrate aspects of the social studies curriculum. Students were tasked with visually representing what they learned throughout the semester out of household trash. Descriptions of projects: 1. George is the model social studies student. Resting on the five disciplines of social studies, he has […]
Our elementary education seniors and instructor Laura Bilton spent Friday being inspired by students and teachers at Ron Clark Academy in Atlanta, GA. What a great experience for these outstanding educators.
edCamp336 is less than three weeks away on Saturday, March 23, 8:30-12:30, at Wake Forest University. This event is free to all current and future K-12 teachers and administrators. It is co-sponsored by our friends at Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools. Learn more at and register to attend at http://bit.ly/edcamp336.
Congrats to Department of Education faculty members Heidi Robinson and Brian Calhoun for having their college-to-career courses highlighted in a column in this weekend’s New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/…/s…/vocation-college-higher-ed.html
Our Homecoming reception is today from 4:00 to 5:30 in B216 Tribble Hall. Department of Education alumni will receive a free blanket, great for a cool football weekend. Get yours while supplies last. We look forward to seeing our alumni!
Project Pumpkin was a smashing success at the Education booth last week. Thanks to everyone who participated.
Dr. Adam Friedman will be teaching EDU 101: Issues and Trends in Education as a summer course beginning on July 8 at the Worrell House in London. Interested students should contact Dr. Friedman.
Welcome to the 2018-2019 Department of Education graduate students. We have an amazing group of students who have come to Wake Forest University from all over the country.