March 30, 2015



ASU professor creates leadership tool for school principals

Elizabeth Kozleski, special education professor, developed the idea for a leadership professional-development program for principals and won a grant from the U.S. Department of Education to fund its creation.


ASU's graduate education programs rank among nation's best

For the 11th consecutive year, U.S. News & World Report has ranked ASU's Mary Lou Fulton Institute and Graduate School of Education among the nation’s best graduate programs in education.


Teacher-support program wins President's Medal

ASU's Building Educator Support Teams project has won the 2010 President's Medal for Social Embeddedness.


Help wanted: a few good mentors

ASU's College of Teacher Education and Leadership is looking for a few good mentor teachers to help shape the next generation of great educators in this state.


Turkish higher education innovator speaks at ASU

Kemal Guruz, a widely recognized expert on international higher education and student mobility, will speak about "Higher Education in the Global Knowledge Economy of Today."


Doctoral candidate adds research skills to filmmaking talents

Karl Ochsner used his CTEL dissertation to document how movie-making can help middle school students learn about science.


Professor's immigration gave way to career devoted to language

A native of Nicaragua, Carlos Ovando describes himself as an “involuntary immigrant” to America who didn’t know the language and struggled to keep up in school while also fearing he might appear unintelligent to his peers.


STARTALK helps students learn Chinese language, culture

High school students will get a taste of college life while immersing themselves in learning the Chinese language and culture, thanks to ASU's STARTALK summer camp.


Researchers to discuss issues of equity, diversity in the Southwest

Leading language, literacy and education policy researchers will gather this week at Arizona State University to discuss their research on issues of language, race, culture and equity in American education.


Video games offer educators lessons in learning

ASU’s James Gee says that video games offer a lot about effective ways to teach – and a growing number of people are starting to catch on to this educational potential.

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