Students Present at 2010 North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference

Nine Mathematics Education students from Wake Forest University presented at the 2010 North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics conference on October 28th, 2010. Please check out their presentations in PDF form below. Wall Street Tycoon – Brian Smith Big League Salary – Lauren Redman and Phil Brame Eggcellent! – Heidi Arnold and Cayce Poindexter The Math of […]

Elementary Education Interns, Fall 2010

Seventeen Elementary Education Majors will be student teaching in Fall, 2010. Ashley Elementary School Connelly, Allyson Leslie-Jones, Benjellica MacPhail, Kaela Clemmons Elementary School Moll, Claire Phillips, Cara Pitler, Virginia Meadowlark Elementary School Erb, Kelly McArdle, Hannah Overstreet, Chelsea Thornberry, Megan Warren, Margo Wisely, Lauren Vienna Elementary School Castronouva, Nicole Crippen, Susanne Glover, Sophie Taylor, Katherine […]

Education Department Welcomes Dr. Michelle Klosterman

Dr. Michelle Klosterman, Science Education Coordinator Michelle Klosterman is a new Assistant Professor in the Department of Education. She received her Ph.D. in Science Education from the University of Florida. She has taught middle school and high school biology, physics, world cultures, and geography. Her research interests focus on the intersections between science and media […]

Students Present at 2009 North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference

Authentic Assessments in Algebra Authentic assessment involves mathematical problems which are set in a real-world context. Students are required to perform mathematical operations on realistic (or real) data and to use these outcomes for reasoning and sense making. Authentic assessments will involve content standards, 21st century skills, and technology. Eight students presented at the 2009 […]

Alisa Garatoni and Elizabeth Allen Win 2009 Jerry A. Hall Award

Alisa Garatoni was selected for Elementary Education and Elizabeth Allen (Mathematics) was selected for Secondary Education. The Jerry A. Hall Award for Student Teaching is given to two teacher candidates each year, one from Secondary Education and one from Elementary Education who demonstrate superlative ability in their student teaching. The awards will be presented on […]