TPTE seeks to develop innovative, research-based programs for teachers, teacher educators, and educational interpreters; to work in close harmony with schools and educators across the university, in the region, state, and nation for the improvement of education and interpreting; to develop leadership in scholarly research and writing; and to participate and assume leadership in professional organizations. The department holds to the conviction that questions of personal and organizational integrity can never be separated from questions of quality and effectiveness.
Cultural Competency Training Contract Approved by Knox County Schools
Camille Mason presents her work at the Tennessee Reading Association Conference
The State of STEM Education and Future Directions in STEM Education for Turkey: An Economical Perspective
Tennessee Art Education Association’s Higher Education Student Achievement Award
Tennessee Art Education Association’s First Year Art Educator of the Year
Art Education Intern Exhibit
“Young People’s Engagement with Literature: What Does it Look Like?
Dr. Joshua Kenna Awarded an Improving Teacher Quality Grant from the Tennessee Higher Education Commission