Where The Light Is Better: FSU’s Measurement and Statistics Program

The field of measurement and statistics provides important insight into subject matters that might otherwise be tough to dissect. As such, students who graduate from the Measurement and Statistics program at Florida State University’s College of Education go on to work at major corporations, government institutes, universities, research institutions, and education policy centers.

Learning Through Collaborative Design – Professional Development

Productive science talk is the idea that students should collaborate, discuss and work towards solutions instead of being told information. For instance, students might discuss what they observe in a lab experiment instead of just being told science concepts. Students might not always start with the right answer, but through conversation and guidance from their teacher, they will eventually uncover and discover for themselves important scientific concepts.

Learning Through Collaborative Design – Professional Development

Productive science talk is the idea that students should collaborate, discuss and work towards solutions instead of being told information. For instance, students might discuss what they observe in a lab experiment instead of just being told science concepts. Students might not always start with the right answer, but through conversation and guidance from their teacher, they will eventually uncover and discover for themselves important scientific concepts.

Statement on Violence Against AAPI Individuals

We are reaching out to provide support and to acknowledge the recent and horrible murders in Atlanta of Daoyou Feng, Hyun Jung Grant, Suncha Kim, Soon Chung Park, Xiaojie Tan, Yong Ae Yue, Delaina Ashley Yaun, and Paul Andre Michels. Of those killed in Atlanta, there were six Asian women. We vehemently condemn these acts and other xenophobic attacks targeting members of the Asian, Asian American and Pacific Islander communities. Below are some statements that have been published by different associations in Psychology and Educations also providing support.

2021 Marvalene Hughes Research in Education Conference Panelists

The 2021 Marvalene Hughes Research in Education Conference takes place March 26. Each year, the conference invites students and faculty members to showcase their work, as well as to help facilitate cross-departmental and cross-campus collaborations. Each year, the event also features a group of keynote panelists, who discuss important issues. This year, the panel will discuss building and sustaining strong partnerships. The discussion will be moderated by College of Education Dean Damon Andrew.

Department of Educational Leadership & Policy Studies Presentations

The College of Education faculty and students actively seek to bring their research to audiences far and wide. The important work conducted by faculty members in the department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies has far-reaching implications in the fields of higher education, educational leadership, and education policy. These presentations cover topics including but not limited to student enrollment, education reform, equity and inclusion, neurodiversity and more.