Four English education graduates have published their action research projects or other scholarly works in state, national, and international journals in the past year. All four articles were co-authored by Dr. Alan Brown. Matt Koval published his action research in STEM Journal, an international journal that focuses on teaching English through media. The title of […]
Lindsay Schneider, a 2015 graduate of the Wake Forest Master Teacher Fellows Program, will be honored on the weekend of October 3rd as the recipient of the Outstanding Student Teacher Award from the North Carolina English Teachers Association (NCETA). Lindsay student taught at R.J. Reynolds High School in Winston-Salem under cooperating teachers Heather Wiley and […]
The Wake Forest University Department of Education hosted its 12th annual Emerging Teacher Leaders Network conference on January 16-17, 2015. Teacher education graduates in their first three years of teaching returned to Wake Forest to celebrate their accomplishments, visit with peers and instructors, and consider new ideas to support their classroom teaching and school leadership.
The Beginning Teacher Professional Development Support Fund provides professional development grants to first year teachers who completed the Teacher Education Program at Wake Forest University. This year’s award recipients were: Katherine Hall (K-12 Spanish), Jennifer Mastin (Secondary Math), Julie Ross (K-12 Spanish), and Kate Youngblood (Secondary English).
Six English education graduate students—Robby Ciarrocca, Quentin Collie, Rachel Koval, Stephen Langford, Julia Means, and Lindsay Schneider—and two English department graduate students—Bailey Pittenger and Laure Parkinson—presented their multigenre inquiry projects at the annual convention of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) on November 22 in National Harbor, Maryland. Current professors and instructors, including […]
Mary Lynn Redmond is ACTFL 2014 president. Featured here are alumni who attended the 2014 conference in San Antonio.
USA Today recently ranked Wake Forest University in the top ten nationally for the highest paid Education graduates. According to the article: “The average starting salary for an education graduate from Wake Forest is $41,000, while the average mid-career salary is $69,000.” In addition to the favorable salary range of its graduates, the article also […]
Dr. Alan Brown, Dr. Joan Mitchell, and undergraduate and graduate English education students from the WFU Department of Education presented on Friday, October 10, at the annual conference of the North Carolina English Teachers’ Association (NCETA). Dr. Brown organized a roundtable session entitled “Exploring Diversity, Difference, and Social Justice through Multicultural American Literature.” During the […]
The Department of Education is pleased to announce three new faculty members joining the Department this year. Dr. Sarah Fick joins the faculty as the new Science content area specialist. Dr. Fick graduated from the University of Michigan and will teach Secondary and Elementary Science Methods. Dr. Emma Thacker joins the faculty as a Teacher-Scholar […]
From a recent article in Wake Forest Magazine: Cecilia Silva (’74) builds bilingual school in Argentina based on Wake Forest A coastal city in Argentina may seem an unlikely place for a private school modeled on Wake Forest. But Cecilia Rapela Silva (’74) has built a thriving school in her native country based on what […]