Connections (December 2014)
Dean Monk shares some thoughts on high-quality advising for graduate students.
Research from Assistant Professor Megan Hopkins revealed that the teaching of English as a second language and the teaching of academic subjects are separated and disconnected, which can cause English language learners (ELLs) to fall behind.
A new study-abroad course in Ireland, which is focused on disability and is the University's only study-abroad of its kind, starts in June 2015.
Penn State students helped elementary and middle-school English language learners from Hazleton One Community Center to develop their language, literacy and math skills during virtual tutoring sessions.
Students in the College of Education's CEAED program toured the Centre Furnace Mansion to learn about teaching history effectively.
Sakena Sampson started a mentoring program for young women and is heavily involved in HIV/AIDS education, a motivation stemming from her middle school assistant principal, who continues to mentor and advise Sampson.
The Penn State College of Education announced an expansion of their special education and autism program that now features the Pennsylvania Department of Education's Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) Endorsement.
Students share about the amazing experiences that they had this summer.
- Faculty and Staff Congratulations
- Faculty Research
- Student Congratulations
- Student Research
- Staff Changes
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