Two LSU School of Education students have been named to Louisiana Board of Regents inaugural Future Educator Honor Roll. Emily Nunn, who graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree, Fall 2018, from the Elementary Grades 1-5 Teacher Education Program, and Laura Simmons, who graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree, Spring 2019, from the Early Childhood Education Program, were named to the Louisiana Board of Regents inaugural Future Educator Honor Roll.
LSU Early Childhood Education Laboratory Preschool to co-create training modules with the Louisiana Department of Education
The Louisiana Department of Education recently selected LSU's Early Childhood Education Laboratory Preschool to support the Department in the creation of Louisiana Early Childhood Key Training Modules, Module 1A Standards. The two sessions in development are 1) Infant/Toddler and 2) Pre-Kindergarten.
Three students, Mackenzi Melton, Olivia Stearns, and Daija Grimes, participated in Educators Rising's Signing Day today. The future educators declared their intent to attend LSU and pursue the teacher education program.
School of Education faculty member, Dr. Margaret-Mary Sulentic Dowell, professor of Literacy, Leadership and Urban Education, recently participated as an invited panelist in a Volunteers in Public Schools (VIPS) Partners in Education Luncheon entitled, “School Climate Matters.”
The LSU Office of the Dean of Students has announced the Tiger Twelve Class of 2019. The Class of 2019 was honored on Saturday, April 6, during a reception in the rotunda of the Business Education Complex. Tiger Twelve is an award that is presented to 12 exceptional seniors since 2003. The Tiger Twelve exemplify the seven tenets of LSU’s Commitment to Community, which explains LSU’s basic principles as an academic community. Tiger Twelve recipients must be current, full-time students who have maintained at least a 2.5 GPA during their time in college.
LSU School of Edcuation Instructor Elecia Lathon is the recipient of the the George H. Deer Distinguished Teaching Award, which honors the memory of George H. Deer, former dean of University College (1959-1966) and a distinguished member of the faculty of the College of Human Sciences & Education for more than 25 years (1940-1966). The purpose of the George H. Deer Distinguished Teaching Award is to recognize outstanding teaching at the freshman level at LSU.
On March 16, 2019, the LSU School of Education will host a collaborative conference -- The Innovative Practices and Techniques: A Cross-Fertilization of the Immersion, ESL, and Second Language Classrooms.
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