April 24, 2015

Education

05/18/10

Dose of ASU is prescription for sixth-graders' classroom improvement

From Sparky pennants to t-shirts and from ASU football game trips to the university fight song, a classroom of 6th grade students are bathed in maroon and gold and the promise of a college education.

05/18/10

Education college blends research, teacher preparation

ASU's newly renamed Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College prepares outstanding teachers and is a leader in educational research.

05/14/10

Education | Graduate students:  ASU helps Kyrene students tackle real-life science

ASU students are helping middle school students with their science, technology, engineering and math skills as part of an after-school club.

05/03/10

ASU mathematics educator receives NSF Career Award

Impacting how middle school students learn statistical reasoning, and how their teachers teach such reasoning, is the aim of a National Science Foundation-funded research project by ASU mathematics educator Luis Saldanha.

04/28/10

Making the grade: Doctoral candidate creates classroom tool

Heather Cruz has helped develop a tool to help students better comprehend the process of grades, test scores and more, which is now in use at Verrado Middle School in the Litchfield Elementary School District.

04/22/10

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.

04/16/10

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.

04/15/10

Teacher-support program wins President's Medal

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

04/14/10

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.

04/07/10

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."

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