Congratulations to Emily Goodson (’07), Founder & CEO of CultureSmart in Santa Monica, CA, on being featured in WFU’s Alumni Personal & Career Development Center’s Deacon Spotlight. Emily is a graduate of the English education program. https://alumni.opcd.wfu.edu/deacon-spotlight/deacon-spotlight-emily-goodson/
Yesterday we celebrated our 2020 secondary education seniors and graduate students, who will begin their student teaching internships with Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools on Monday. We wish them a wonderful spring semester with their students and cooperating teachers.
Congratulations to Dr. Neelam Awan, Research Associate and Licensure Officer in the Department of Education, on completing her Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership (Ed.D.). She was honored at a ceremony on December 13 at High Point University.
Professors Alan Brown (Education) and Christina Soriano (Theatre & Dance) recently published an article in the fall 2019 issue of Fringes: The North Carolina English Teachers’ Association Journal. The article is titled “Walking the Talk: Bridging Movement and Literacy with Poetry and Visual Art” and describes the dance education class they co-taught in 2018. The […]
Dr. Ali Sakkal’s EDU 311 class spent time last week thinking about how to utilize various learning spaces. These activities included a volleyball lesson in Reynolds Gym, a lesson focused on functional fixedness in WakerSpace, and an adult drawing exercise at Scales Fine Arts Center. Here are some images from their journey.
Please help us welcome Ms. Neelam Awan, who will serve as our new Research Associate for Teacher Education Assessment in the Department of Education. Ms. Awan will work closely with the department’s Director of Assessment regarding program accreditation and teacher candidate assessment, and she will assist in coordinating edTPA. Ms. Awan received a Master’s Degree […]
Glitter tattoos were a big hit at Project Pumpkin this year.
What happens when two chemicals are mixed together and added to a soap dish? Foam is produced. When this chemical reaction is in a jack-o-lantern, you create a puking pumpkin! After all, who doesn’t think of science when it comes to Halloween? Great demo, Dr. French! What happens when two chemicals are mixed together and […]
We are so excited that Project Pumpkin on October 30 from 3:00-6:00 will be raising money to support Freedom School, a summer program directed by our own Dr. Dani Parker Moore. To learn more, see this Wake Forest News article, including a link at the bottom for the Freedom School crowdfunding page. https://news.wfu.edu/…/wfus-project-pumpkin-to-commemorate…/
We had a great time today partnering with the Department of Counseling for the 17th annual Hit the Bricks to raise money for the Brian Piccolo Cancer Research Fund. Thanks to everyone who participated for a great cause!