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Boise State intern teachers attended a language acquisition seminar focused on supporting linguistic diversity, and using the lens of equity to differentiate instructional design.
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On Monday, Boise State intern teachers shared ideas for their inquiry projects at the Inquiry Scaffolding seminar. The seminar helps prepare teacher candidates to take an inquiry stance toward teaching.
Intern teachers will present their findings at the Inquiry Fair in April, and all are welcome to attend.
Boise State University College of Education researchers Angela Crawford, Hannah Calvert, Lindsey Turner and Evelyn Johnson attended the Institute of Education Sciences annual investigator meeting. "Relevance and Rigor"– key missions for COED, provides data-driven info and resources to educators in Idaho and nationwide.
Welcome back from Boise State University College of Education!
Here's to another great semester at #BoiseState!
Boise State will host the annual Aerospace Day, a celebration of all things related to aerospace, aeronautics and aviation.
Aerospace Day will feature a Q&A session with NASA astronaut Joe Acaba, live from the International Space Station. The questions will be asked by select middle and high school students from classes taug...ht by IDoTeach students, a program in Boise State University College of Education.
The space station downlink will be live at approximately 9:25-9:45 a.m., and will be live-streamed on this Facebook page. All students, faculty, staff and the community are welcome to attend the Q&A portion of the Aerospace Day event, which will take place in the Student Union Jordan Ballroom.
Congratulations to the Spring 2018 intern teacher candidates who were formally recognized during a professional pinning ceremony yesterday! It was a great kickoff to the new year and spring semester.
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Congratulations to all teacher education candidates who become teacher education GRADUATES this weekend at commencement!
Tune in to the 2017 Winter Commencement webcast this Saturday starting at 10am and cheer on all #BoiseState graduates!
Congratulations to the 2017 Pesky Award for Inspirational Teaching recipients!
Each of the four teachers will receive $2,000 and their schools will receive $500....
The 2017 Pesky Award for Inspirational Teaching will be presented to the following teachers at winter commencement:
Shelby Beck, Craig High School, Prince of Wales, Alaska, nominated by Joe Weyhmiller
Melissa Bollinger, Victory Middle School, Meridian, nominated by Brittany Cebada
Jodie Mink, Cambridge Jr./High School, Cambridge, nominated by Danielle Petitmermet
Jodi Wright, Adams Elementary School, Boise, nominated by Shawna Thompson
The Center for Multicultural Education Opportunities (CMEO) has received $8.4 million to extend programs to veterans, and students from low-income, first-generation, and/or underrepresented backgrounds.
These programs boast high levels of student success, including a 99.5 percent graduation and retention rate for Upward Bound students.
Congratulations to CMEO and the over 25,000 students served through its programs!...
Did you know the ability to engage in critical inquiry is an important part of becoming an effective teacher?
Yesterday, over 70 Boise State intern teachers shared their original findings at the Fall 2017 Inquiry Fair.
Researchers in Counselor Education were featured tonight on KIVI 6 On Your Side - ABC Boise/Nampa, Idaho for their efforts to provide interventions for bullying in middle schools.
Congratulations to EdTech Boise State future alumna Sarah Thompson!
Sarah was named teacher of the year in Fairfax County, Virginia, and is scheduled to graduate in May from the MET program. #BoiseState
The Mark... Twain Middle School English teacher attended several Google Apps for Educators summits and was intrigued to learn that many of the presenters were graduates of Boise State’s EdTech program.
“I wanted to be them,” she said, so she joined the Boise State EdTech master’s program and is scheduled to graduate next May.
Thompson explained the transition in her teaching, saying, “Because of the knowledge and experience I gained through Boise State University's Ed. Tech. program, the teaching and learning in my classroom transformed and continues to develop in ways I couldn’t have anticipated. I’ve presented professional development to fellow teachers on various ed-tech topics, including YouTube, the use of student email, flipped lessons, hyperdocs, and more."
Great job Sarah! Keep up the outstanding work!