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Pronouns: they/them/theirs Kristina is a Deaf educator with values deeply embedded in language access, multiculturalism, and transformative education. Shortly after […]
Congratulations to Amy Broemmel, associate professor of elementary and literacy education; Betty Blanton, lecturer in literacy education; and Amanda Rigell, […]
Written by Kristin Rearden, clinical professor of STEM education / science. In Spring 2020, Theory & Practice in Teacher Education […]
Written by Kristin Rearden, clinical professor of STEM education / science and Anthony Pellegrino, associate professor of social science education […]
Congratulations to Kayla Dean, graduating art education intern, and Joy Bertling, assistant professor of art education, on their instructional resource […]
Written by Joan Grim, senior lecturer in special education Brittany Anderson, assistant professor of elementary and urban multicultural education, is […]
Written by Kristin Rearden, clinical professor of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) / science education. Each fall, the Provost’s Office […]
Theory and Practice in Teacher Education (TPTE) graduate in special education wins Anderson County teacher of the year award Written […]
Several faculty, staff, current teachers and teacher education interns from the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences (CEHHS), Bailey Graduate […]
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