Rocket to Creativity, formerly known as Creativity Camp, will be held this summer from June 25 through June 29. Rocket to Creativity will engage children in fun but challenging activities that promote creative thinking and problem solving. Children who are rising 2nd graders through rising 9th graders may choose from a variety of projects that range from creating historical documentaries to creating costumes for science fiction films. Visit their website for more information and the registration form.
The college awarded two alumni with the Peak Performer award for 2012 at our Honors and Awards ceremony. Dorothy Smith (BS, 1972; MAED, 2002) is a master educator with 20 years of experience in special education as a teacher, published author, and autism specialist. Dee Dasburg (MS, 1994) is the Interim Dean of Students at Brevard College and serves as the Coordinator for Counseling Services.
Numerous faculty, students, and alumni were honored at the College of Education and Allied Professons Honors and Awards ceremony on Wednesday, April 11. Follow the link for the complete list.
Many CEAP students have participated in various activities and won awards this year around the university. Here are some of them:
- Kasey Jones & Adam Schrum – the Crum Scholarship from the department of Mathemetics and Computer Science
- Sarah Martin, Dalton Tedder, and Zac Wallace – presented at the Smokey Mountain Undergraduate Research Conference on the History of Mathematics
- William “Zac” Wallace – co-recipient of the Freshman Math award
Congratulations to our students!
We still have 10 spaces left in this workshop if you are interested. At this point, we are accepting interest from Pre-service teachers.
Where: Great Smoky Mountains National Park, at the old Oconaluftee Visitor
Center near Cherokee, NC
When: March 31. 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
Who: formal and non-formal educators. Any grade level, any discipline.
Lunch is provided as well as a $25 gas stipend
Learn how to use the latest free or low-cost media technology to enhance
your lessons and encourage student learning in the great outdoors.
Instructor Kat Gemmer, a high school science teacher at Greeneville High in
Tennessee, will show you how you can create short films and other media
technology to enhance STEM education in your classroom. This is a great
way to excite students about a new unit or to use as a tool for assessing
learning. We will also share innovative ways you can bring National Parks
from across the country into your classroom on a virtual field trip using
some simple technology.
To register, please contact Susan Sachs at (828) 926-6251 or via email at