MTSU’s College of Education continues to evolve from its foundational role in the university’s beginnings to explore the challenges and complexities surrounding education both inside..
Despite the onset of COVID-19, Cheryl Hitchcock, the director of assessment and accreditation for MTSU’s College of Education, helped to guide 35 future teachers through..
As the world continues to grapple with the coronavirus pandemic, the impact of COVID-19 has no doubt been the top story of 2020. But within..
Pandemic or not, Mathematics professor Dovie Kimmins achieves a sum total of success by steadfastly motivating her students to persevere. One of the ways she..
Bobbi Lussier, executive director of professional laboratory experiences at the College of Education, knew education students had to get back into classrooms this fall. The..
“The Christmas Star” of 2020, also known as “The Great Winter-Solstice Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn,” will occur in the western horizon just after nightfall on..
MTSU faculty appeared on WGNS Radio’s “Action Line” program recently to talk about a nationally ranked teacher training program, a renewed five-year plan to enhance student..
The MTSU College of Education’s undergraduate elementary teacher preparation program was recently ranked among the nation’s best by the National Council on Teacher Quality. Despite..
Kimberly Evert, the secondary Ready2Teach program coordinator at MTSU’s College of Education, has gotten creative to provide her students with meaningful teacher training during COVID-19...
Danielle Moore, a full-time lecturer in the College of Education, tapped into her prior experience as an early childhood educator and kindergarten teacher to work..
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