The Skip Prosser READ Challenge begins on Monday, September 16, with 4th grade students from Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools. This program is a collaboration between Wake Forest Department of Education, Wake Forest Athletics, and Bookmarks. For more information, see godeacs.com/read.
Bring or send a kid’s book to support the Skip Prosser Literacy Program. Please see the wish list below. Donated books will support Freedom School at Wake Forest University. Freedom School is designed to strengthen reading skills of elementary and middle-school students in Winston-Salem. https://homecoming.wfu.edu/bring-a-book/
Faculty Update: Congrats to Dr. Dani Parker-Moore on her new edited book called Mentoring Students of Color: Naming the Politics of Race, Social Class, Gender, and Power. https://brill.com/view/title/55654?lang=en
Yesterday we celebrated our spring student teachers at our annual elementary education induction ceremony in Tribble Hall. These outstanding Wake Forest seniors will spend the semester in a local elementary school with their mentor teachers (also pictured). Congratulations to the newest class of Wake Forest educators!
Welcome to our newest faculty member, Dr. Debbie French, Assistant Professor of Science Education. Dr. French holds a Ph.D. from University of Wyoming and previously taught at Wilkes University in Pennsylvania. This semester she will be teaching science methods and action research.
This summer, Wake Forest University Department of Education is hosting Freedom School, a program for elementary and middle school students aimed at strengthening children’s reading skills and closing achievement gaps. Read more from Wake Forest News. See the video and learn more on the Freedom School page.
Welcome to our 2019-2020 graduate student cohort, who started classes in the beginning of June. We are looking forward to a great year with these teacher scholars!
Graduate students from the Department of Education will be presenting their action research projects in the form of three-minute thesis presentations on Thursday, June 27, beginning at 3:00 in the ZSR Library Auditorium, room 404. Presentations will last until approximately 4:00, and there will be a reception immediately following the event. Wake Forest students, faculty, […]
Congrats to our 2019 graduates! We had a great weekend celebrating our undergraduate and graduate students. Pictured here is the 2018/2019 graduate cohort before their hooding this past weekend.
We celebrated the 2018-2019 school year at McCreary Tower Grill last week as we honored our senior and graduate student teachers and Schools, Education, and Society interns as well as their cooperating teachers and mentors. Thanks to everyone who came out to celebrate another great year at Wake Forest.