Beaudet Honored with Award

awardphotoDr. Bob Beaudet, Health and Physical Education faculty member, was honored with the College/University Adapted Physical Education Teacher of the Year Award at the annual NCAAHPERD-SM State Convention in Winston-Salem.

PRM Faculty & Student Present at NCRPA Conference

prmpresentDebby Singleton (PRM Faculty) and Jake Burcaw (PRM student) presented “Hungry Hippos to Harry Potter: Move More through Pop Culture” at the annual NC Recreation & Parks Association conference held in Winston Salem, October 24-26.  The workshop focused on how to use pop culture to create engaging and fun physical activities.  Ms. Singleton also presented a workshop entitled, “Strategies for the Life-Work Pendulum”.

STL Grad Student Featured in Science Journal

NSTABetty Jo Moore, a current middle grades education graduate student with a STEM concentration, will be featured in the November/December 2018 “member spotlight” in the National Science Teacher Associateion (NSTA) Science Scope Journal. Moore is in 11th year of teaching science and currently teaches at the Wiley Magnet Middle School in Winston-Salem, NC.

NC-ACTE Honors Dr. Carpenter

Dale CarpenterThe North Carolina Association for Colleges and Teacher Educators honored teacher education game changers at their annual fall forum. Dr. Dale Carpenter, special education faculty member and former CEAP Dean, was recognized as an education game changer. Thank you Dr. Carpenter for all that you have done for teacher education in North Carolina!

Gov. Cooper Appoints Hinnant-Crawford

Brandi Hinnant-CrawfordGov. Roy Cooper has appointed Dr. Brandi Hinnant-Crawford to the North Carolina Interagency Coordinating Council for Children from Birth to Five with Disabilities and Their Families. Hinnant-Crawford is an assistant professor of educational leadership and co-chair of the CEAP Diversity Committee. Cooper said, “I’m grateful that these skilled North Carolinians will share their expertise with our state by serving on these key boards and commissions.”

Blair Receives 2018 AESA Critics Choice Book Award

bookcoverDr. Ellie Blair’s recently published text, “By the light of the silvery moon:  Teacher moonlighting and the dark side of teachers’ work” is the recipient of the American Educational Studies Association 2018 Critics Choice Book Award.  AESA is an international group of noted scholars in the foundations of education