At the IU School of Education in Indianapolis, we love to highlight what our students, faculty and staff are doing over the course of the school year. In this interview, we are congratulating and highlighting Darius Lewis. Darius Lewis is a Junior and is currently in our Teacher Education Program and his submission to the NCUR (National Conference on Undergraduate Research) has been accepted. The submission, "Carter G Woodson, A Visionary Creating a Legacy for Black Children: A Duo Ethnographic Conversation," has been accepted for presentation as "Accepted Student Poster Presentation" for the NCUR Conference in California in April.
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The U.S. Department of State announced the selection of Dr. Brandon Sherman of the IUPUI School of Education for a 12-week English Language Specialist project focusing on Language Coaching in Russia through the American Center Moscow.
“Being a teacher and getting to spend my days with my students is the most rewarding part,” Stein said. “I teach because I love kids and I love being able to inspire them."
A new grant-funded initiative created by faculty, staff and graduate students at the Indiana University School of Education in Indianapolis, alongside an Indianapolis Public Schools partner school, is showing signs of success in getting elementary school students excited about math.
Our amazing winners were Kristina Johnson-Yates, who took home the 2023 Graduate / Professional Student WHM Recognition Award, Ruthie Payno-Simmons, PhD, who won the 2023 Newcomer Staff WHM Recognition Award, and Crystal Hill-Morton PhD, who was awarded the 2023 Veteran Faculty WHM Recognition Award.
The IU School of Education at IUPUI is excited to announce that it will be hosting the Indianapolis Regional Spelling Bee on March 19th, 2023.
Original story at News at IU The Midwest and Plains Equity Assistance Center at IUPUI will use the $8.5 million to continue providing equity-focused assistance to pre-K-12 education systems.
Mr. DeBard exemplifies the dedication for being a teacher, and with that, has been nominated to be Teacher of the Year in Indiana.
The Region III EAC The Midwest and Plains Equity Assistance Center (MAP Center)—a project of The Great Lakes Equity Center—is proud to announce that Naperville Community Unit School District 203 (Naperville) has been selected asthe 2022 MAP Center Equity Innovator