School of Education alumna, Heather Stone, understands the importance of creating a connection to, the often intangible, classroom material and evoking a sense of responsibility and engagement in her students. That’s exactly what she did while creating lesson plans to educate K-12 students about Louisiana’s disappearing coast.
School of Social Work's Denise Chiasson named "Outstanding Staff" at LSU Foundation annual awards program
The LSU Foundation Staff Outstanding Service Award is an annual award established to recognize the superior work performance and outstanding contributions of full-time, non-academic staff employees of the LSU A&M campus and the LSU AgCenter. This year, Denise Chiasson, associate director and director of student services in the LSU School of Social Work received this honorable distinction.
Two LSU students were a part of 13 exclusive athletic training undergraduates chosen to present their clinical case studies at the South East Athletic Trainers’ Association (SEATA) Athletic Training Student Symposium in Atlanta, Georgia this month.
The LSU School of Leadership & Human Resource Development invites you to join us for a Qualitative Research Forum with renowned diversity in education expert Dr. Fred Bonner II.
LSU’s School of Education Receives a Louisiana Department of Education Grant for Mentor Training for Year-Long Student Teacher Residencies
Louisiana State University’s School of Education (SOE) has been awarded $97,500 from the Louisiana Department of Education for the purpose of supporting the design and implementation of a competency-based teacher preparation program for the 2017/2018 school year. The transition funds support efforts to develop a year-long residency for the teacher candidates in all 27 LSU teacher preparation programs. Funds specifically are set aside to provide mentor training of local educators who serve as school-based classroom mentors. The School of Education is now accepting teachers interested in participating in this training series.
Early Childhood Education Laboratory Preschool Earns National Association for the Education of Young Children Accreditation
Baton Rouge, LA -- The Early Childhood Education Laboratory Preschool’s (ECELP) commitment to excellence was recognized by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) as the program has received national accreditation. The LSU ECELP is one of only 25 preschools in the state of Louisiana to achieve this recognition.