Congratulations to Sidney Matthews (’21) for being named Elementary Math Teacher of the Year for Yadkin County Schools! Not only was Sidney an elementary education major at Wake Forest, but she also served on the STEM leadership team for WFU Freedom School this summer. Sidney currently teaches at Yadkinville Elementary School.
Congratulations to Dr. Leni Caldwell, Visiting Clinical Professor of Education, who received an NCICU Science of Reading Subgrant from the Goodnight Educational Foundation and North Carolina Independent Colleges & Universities to support literacy education courses and experiences in the Department of Education during the 2022-2023 academic year.
English education students from Wake Forest University–Bailey Inama, Angela Alvarez, Lily Richards, Marilla Morrison, & Caroline Pope–presented today to a packed room at the “Future Is Now” session at the NCTE Annual Convention in Anaheim, CA. They are pictured here with Dr. Alan Brown & Dr. Joan Mitchell.
Congratulations to Sydney Schaedel (MAEd, ’21) and Dr. Alan Brown on their recent column in NCTE’s English Journal, “Calling for Change through Activist Poetry.” Sydney currently teaches English at Northern Guilford High School in Greensboro, NC.
Wake Forest students Jessica Logan, Emma Armstrong, & Paul Braymen recently presented a session entitled “Help Your Students See the Universe in a New Light” at the North Carolina Science Teachers Association Annual Conference under the guidance of Dr. Debbie French. During the session, teachers learned about hands-on activities focusing on infrared, microwave, ultraviolet, x-ray, […]
Our Fall 2022 edition of Education Department News is now available. In this edition, we introduce you to new faculty/staff members, showcase our virtual professional learning series (open to all students and alumni), highlight exciting department courses and programs, and celebrate our fall student teachers. Enjoy!
The Wake Forest School of Professional Studies and the Curriculum and Instruction program are hosting a special workshop led by former Department of Education professor Adam Dovico on providing effective feedback through coaching. This is a free Workshop called “The F.A.C.T.S. About Coaching: How to Provide Effective Feedback.” The event will be on Wednesday, November […]
We are excited to partner with Dr. Leslie Baldwin from Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, Dr. Kristin Davin from UNC Charlotte, and Dr. Lauren Miller from the Wake Forest Department of Spanish & Italian on this panel presentation, Careers in Education for Students Studying World Languages. The event will take place on Monday, November 7, 4:30-5:15 pm […]
As we celebrate family weekend at @WakeForest, we have partnered with @BookmarksNC to host a pop-up book fair in the Education Library (Tribble Hall, room A2) on Friday, October 7, from 3pm to 5pm. Students, faculty, alumni, and community partners are welcome.
This week, Winston-Salem State University, Wake Forest University, Salem College, and Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools (WS/FCS) received a $4.7 million TQP grant. The collaborative project, Winston-Salem Teachers for Equity, Achievement, Community, & Humanity (WS-TEACH), will use an innovative, inter-institutional teacher preparation model to transform the landscape of teacher education in the region. Congratulations to Dr. Alan […]