Dr. Scott Baker Receives Praise on #WFUTaughtMe Website

U.S. News and World Report magazine recently ranked Wake Forest University 11th in the country in its ratings of higher-ed institutions in terms of teaching quality. To celebrate this high ranking, the university has embarked on a “hashtag campaign” in which alumni are encouraged to post via Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, or through the wfutaughtme.weebly.com website […]

Education Students Present at 2013 NCETA Conference

Students present at 2013 NCETA conference

English education students from WFU’s Department of Education presented at the annual conference of the North Carolina English Teachers Association (NCETA) on Friday, October 11th in Wilmington, NC.  Under the guidance of Dr. Alan Brown, the session was entitled “Teaching the Best Young Adult Fiction of 2012/2013” and featured Dr. Joan Mitchell as keynote speaker, […]

Alumni Well Represented at 2013 FLANC Conference

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The 2013 annual conference of the Foreign Language Association of North Carolina was held in Winston-Salem, October 11-12. Ten alumni of WFU were presenters: Ellen Bailey (1995), Erin Bolden West (1998), Leslie Baldwin (1999), Krishauna Hines-Gaither (2003), Laura Levi Alstaedter (2005), Amy Talley (2006), Ashley Velazquez (2008), Greg Williams (2009), Maggie Pursley (2010), Sophie Bauers […]

New Book by Mary Lynn Redmond

Cover of Action Research in the World Language Classroom by Mary Lynn Redmond

A new book by Mary Lynn Redmond, Professor and Coordinator of Foreign Language Education, Action Research in the World Language Classroom has just been published by Information Age Publishing. Read more about the book at the Information Age Publishing site.

Editorial: The Importance of Advanced Degrees for Teachers

Dr. Alan Brown, assistant professor of English education in the Department of Education, recently published an editorial in the Greensboro News & Record on the importance of advanced degrees for teachers in light of recent policy decisions by state legislators. Read the entire editorial at the Greensboro News and Record website.

Serving and Supporting Public Schools

On Wednesday, September 11, 2013, Wake Forest University’s Institute for Public Engagement hosted their first Fellows and Friends Luncheon of the school year on the topic of serving and supporting our public schools. The event was hosted by Dr. Alan Brown from the Department of Education. The purpose of this event was to share information […]

Welcome New Faculty

new faculty

  The Department of Education would like to welcome two new faculty members, Dr. Geoff Price and Dr. Ali Sakkal. Dr. Price recently graduated from the University of Alabama and  will be teaching EDU 307 and EDU 717,  Dr. Sakkal recently graduated from the University of California-Davis and will be teaching EDU 201 and EDU […]

Outreach for Local School District

Dr. Mary Lynn Redmond and Tracy Stegman at GCS Right Start

Faculty, staff, students, and alumni from the Department of Education at Wake Forest University spent a morning with new teachers from Guilford County Schools on Tuesday, August 13th, in support of their annual GCS Right Start program held at the Laughlin Professional Development Center. The Department of Education members provided refreshments and engaged new teachers […]

Support for North Carolina Teachers

On Sunday, August 4, Assistant Professor Alan Brown’s editorial in the Greensboro News and Record encouraging Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger to support public education was published. Read the entire article at the link below. Greensboro News and Record editorial by Dr. Alan Brown, “Public servants should be supporting education” Further support was voiced […]

Activist Teachers

Students, faculty and alumni protesting education legislation

Several students, faculty members and alumni from the Wake Forest Teacher Education Program participated in the Moral Monday for Education in Raleigh on July 29. Supporters were there to advocate for teachers and public schools in North Carolina and to oppose recent budget actions by the state legislature.  Major issues include funding vouchers for private […]