Two dozen faculty members from the College of Community Innovation and Education were approved for promotion effective Aug. 8.
Through her undergraduate thesis work, Mary Annaliese Dehner ’20 combined her love for dance and education and has turned it into a career as a public school dance teacher.
Some commercial products and activities used in schools can teach artificial lessons in honesty, compassion and empathy, says Sherron Roberts, who is a professor of English language arts education. But in her research, Roberts found quality children’s literature offers authentic, complex and effective ways for children to engage in vicarious conversations about ethical questions.
Teacher education students recently presented professional strategies and techniques to their peers and heard from veteran teachers about student engagement at the KnightED Talks Student Showcase hosted by the School of Teacher Education . The showcase provides an opportunity for students to present at a conference prior to graduation and learn from their UCF teacher-candidate peers. High school students participating in teaching academies in their districts also joined the showcase this year for the first time.