Faculty from LSU’s Civil and Environmental Engineering Department (CE) and the School of Education (SOE) took part in CCELL’s Inaugural Service-Learning Online Faculty Scholars Program this spring semester. For five weeks, Dr. Jennifer Baumgartner (EDCI), Dr. Mostafa Elseifi (CE), and Dr. Sarah Becker (CCELL Director) collaborated remotely to build online courses that use service-learning pedagogy.
LSU School of Education professor Dr. Cynthia DiCarlo receives the 2020 CxC Outstanding Faculty Award
LSU Education 2019 Grad Madison Liggio reflects on her experience as a first-year teacher.
The LSU School of Education is committed is thinking about our hundreds of partners in education across the state and the world. While some schools are closing for the remainder of this year in response to Coronavirus, we know this is a stressful time for children and the adults who care for them. Our faculty offer the following resources to help parents, teachers, and students remain connected, engaged, and learning during this period of social distancing.
When: Summer 2021 Who: Open to all students - any major, undergrad or graduate What: 3 cities, 3 countries, 28 days Courses: Choose two of six courses offered Why: Experience European cities in one of the most affordable of all summer programs
Recently, LSU School of Education Professor Laura H. Choate, Ed.D., LPC, published Depression in Girls and Women Across the Lifespan: Treatment Essentials for Mental Health Professionals.
Recently, LSU School of Education's Assistant Director and Campus-wide Transition Coordinator Angelle Stringer, PhD, was elected president of the Louisiana Association of Teacher Educators (LAATE).