Students in the School of Education’s early childhood education program prepared and displayed ‘pop-up’ events at the Knock Knock Children’s Museum, a state-of-the-art facility rooted in research and evidence-based practices addressing all areas of development, on April 3-6, 2018. Children ages 3 to 8 were welcome to partake in different activities such as banner painting, paper egg dyeing, and parachute crafting, to name a few.
Dr. Arbuthnot will present a lecture on her new book Global Perspectives on Education Testing: Examining Fairness, High Stakes and Policy Reform.
Recently, the Directors of LSU's School of Education's Writing Project and Curriculum Theory Project collaborated in order to bring two evocative educational documentaries to LSU.
Navigating the Hidden Curriculum of an Academic Job Search
Globally engaged. Collaborative. Culturally competent. All are words used to describe the Geaux Global exchange program through the LSU College of Human Sciences & Education. Geaux Global allows teachers the opportunity to teach English as a second language in Chile while living with a Chilean host family. Graduate student, Caroline Hulin, experienced Chilean culture first-hand and gained new perspective on teaching through this unique summer abroad program.
School of Education Assistant Professor, Dr. Kerri Tobin, Makes Reading Aloud a Family Affair through Literacy Partnerships
School of Education Assistant Professor, Dr. Kerri Tobin, practices what she teaches. Tobin teaches social studies in the School of Education and researches the impacts of poverty. As an educator and parent of two small children, Dr. Tobin knows the value of reading aloud to children, and she understands the impact such practice has on developing readers.
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