Revolutionary loving teachers know that using data to plan instruction is the best way to ensure that the curriculum is tailored to best meet the needs of individuals and small groups of readers. Dr. Michele Myers and two of her preservice teachers (Hannah Riley and Bea Matthews) shared with participants at the Literacies and Languages […]
Congratulations to Dr. Dani Parker Moore and colleagues on receiving a Spencer Research-Practice Based Partnership Grant to conduct research on Freedom School!
Dr. Dani Parker Moore, Assistant Professor of Multicultural Education, is hosting RechargEd the Retreat on August 6-8 at Grandover Resort and Spa in Greensboro. DEI training for teachers is often characterized as a series of “tough conversations.” But what if we saw DEI education as an opportunity to recharge our batteries and focus on the […]
Call for Third-Party Comment Submission Deadline: September 20, 2023 On October 18-20, Wake Forest University will host an accreditation visit by the Association for Advancing Quality in Educator Preparation (AAQEP). In preparation for the visit, the AAQEP Quality Review Team is soliciting public comment about the quality of educator preparation provided by Wake Forest University. […]
Colleagues, students, alumni, and friends, the service for Dr. Joe Milner will take place on Saturday, June 3, at 11:00 am in Wait Chapel. To honor Dr. Milner’s legacy of kindness to students and commitment to education, the family has set up the Dr. Joseph Milner Endowed Academic Excellence Fund at Wake Forest University. Please […]
Dr. Joseph Milner, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Education, passed away on Saturday, May 27, 2023. Dr. Milner was the longest-serving chair in the history of the Department of Education, 28 years from 1978-2006, and he was instrumental in creating the department’s graduate teacher preparation programs. The family invites you to celebrate his life […]
Our Spring 2023 edition of Education Department News is now available. In this edition, we spotlight faculty, student, and alumni accomplishments, share exciting department initiatives, and celebrate our spring student teachers. Enjoy! https://drive.google.com/…/17P6NEFi707Dx…/view…
We are excited to share that Dr. Kate Allman has been named the inaugural Executive Director of Winston-Salem TEACH. In this role, Allman will actively collaborate with the project’s four partners: Winston-Salem State University, Wake Forest University, Salem College, and Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools. Allman will also hold Research Associate Professor appointments in both Wake Forest […]
Congratulations to Dr. Linda Nielsen, who was honored by the National Parents Organization with a lifetime achievement award celebrating her overall body of research on the well-being of children of divorced or separated parents, shared parenting, and father-daughter relationships. Truly an outstanding accomplishment. https://inside.wfu.edu/…/nielsen-honored-with-lifetime…/
Last night we celebrated our seniors, graduate students, student leadership council, and community partners at our annual end-of-year celebration. Thanks to everyone who attended, including our inaugural Leadership and Character in Education keynote speaker, Dr. Boomer Kennedy, and Dean of the College Tony Marsh.