The LSU Early Childhood Education Laboratory Preschool (LSU ECELP) students will join the ranks of celebrated regional, American, and European artists as they showcase their artwork in a gallery opening at the LSU Museum of Art on Thursday, May 18 from 4:30 to 7:00.
Baton Rouge, LA - LSU Curriculum Camp is an annual international conference for graduate students, organized and hosted by LSU students enrolled in the Curriculum Theory Project. Led under the guidance of CTP co-directors Dr. Jackie Bach and Dr. Roland Mitchell, the conference allows a diverse group of graduate students to present their research and network with peers and leaders in the curriculum theory field.
Ashley Gray was recently named LSU Advisor of the Year by the LSU University College. The award winner was selected by a committee of LSU students, faculty and staff and community leaders from a competitive pool of LSU academic counselors from across campus. LSU Advisor of the Year Award is presented to individuals who have demonstrated qualities associated with outstanding academic advising of students.
he LSU Early Childhood Education Laboratory Preschool, a Reggio Emilia-inspired preschool, recently showcased their art in a classroom art museum. The children studied famous artists such as Jackson Pollock, Andy Warhol, and Vincent Van Gogh and learned how to express their own creativity in the art studio.
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.
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