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    January 10, 2019

    January 2019 Faculty News

    January 31, 2019 Betsy Becker, Mode L. Stone Distinguished Professor of Educational Statistics in the Department of Educational Psychology and Learning Systems, was an author on an article published in BMJ Global Health. The article is titled “Synthesising quantitative evidence in systematic reviews of complex health interventions” and can be found in January 2019, Volume 4. […]

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    January 9, 2019

    January 2019 Alumni News

    Kenneth A. Kiewra January 31, 2019 Educational Psychology Ph.D. ’82 Kenneth Kiewra has written a recently published trade book for parents (scholars, educators, and coaches, too) on talent development. The book, titled Nurturing Children’s Talents, provides steps on how parents can  help their child develop talent in a variety of activities. The book looks at […]

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    January 3, 2019

    How the FSUCOE is Changing How We Think About Autism

    For years, Florida State’s College of Education has conducted invaluable research on helping students with autism. While many organizations and institutions search for a cure or cause of autism, the College and its many faculty members conducting research on autism focus on the effects of autism on the student experience, how faculty and staff can […]

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    December 19, 2018

    Why Schoolwork Outside of School Time Might Matter

    As winter break approaches for most schools, many students may be taking school home with them for the holidays. To get some perspective, we talked to Drs. Nicole Patton Terry and Alysia Roehrig about their thoughts on the issue of schoolwork outside of school time. Here’s what they had to say:   Homework over winter […]

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    December 10, 2018

    December 2018 Alumni News

    Shawn Kent December 18, 2018 Special Education Ph.D. 2015 Shawn Kent received the 2019 Council for Exceptional Children Division for Research Early Career Publication Award. The prestigious award is given annually to an individual who has recently (within five years) received their doctoral degree and has published outstanding research. The specific publication acknowledged in the […]

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    December 9, 2018

    December 2018 Faculty News

    December 30, 2018 Deb Osborn, associate professor of Psychological and Counseling Services in the Educational Psychology and Learning Systems Department, recently published two articles in collaboration with a recent alumnus and a current doctoral student. The first publication, co-authored with Pei-Chun Hou (Counseling Psychology/School Psychology Ph.D. ’18), is titled “Predicting the Vocational Identity of International and […]

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    November 28, 2018

    Four Reasons for Teachers to get a Master’s Degree

    Teachers, we know what you’re probably thinking. On top of teaching every day, a huge stack of assignments to grade, and lesson planning to do, completing a master’s program is probably the last thing on your mind, but we’ve got four good reasons why it should be at the top of your list. Getting a […]

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    November 14, 2018

    International Education at FSU: Celebrating Diversity

    Every year, International Education Week highlights the accomplishments of students and education programs that seek to build a global community. At Florida State’s College of Education, our international students bring unique experiences and diverse voices to enrich our classrooms. We have students from all over the world with more than 50 countries represented, including South […]

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    November 10, 2018

    November 2018 Alumni News

    Charlie Ward November 29, 2018 Rehabilitation Services B.S. ’94 Charlie Ward (third from right) Charlie Ward received the Vires Award on November 28. He received the honor for “his sustained embodiment of the principles of integrity, hard work and concern for others.” From the press release: Ward, a two-sport star athlete, won the 1993 Heisman Trophy, […]

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    November 2018 Faculty News

    November 29, 2018 Toby Park, associate professor of Economics of Education and Education Policy in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies and associate director of the Center for Postsecondary Success, has won the Transformation Through Teaching (T3) award. The award honors full-time faculty who have an intellectual, inspirational and integrative impact in student’s […]

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    November 1, 2018

    Learning Design & Performance Technology: Evolution of ISLT

    It’s not a stretch to say that Instructional Systems and Learning Technologies (ISLT) was born and forged at Florida State. What started in the 1960s as a minor in Educational Research, known as computer-assisted instruction (CAI), became one of the world’s first Instructional Systems programs in 1972. Now, a little more than 40 years later, […]

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    October 10, 2018

    October 2018 Student News

    October 24, 2018 Jesse Ford (Higher Education Ph.D.) presented at the International Colloquium on Black Males in Education. Tamara Bertrand Jones, associate professor of Higher Education, also attended the event and led the session on the Black Female Forum.

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    October 2018 Faculty News

    October 30, 2018 Jenny Root, assistant professor of Special Education, was awarded an Organization for Autism Research (OAR) applied research grant to develop and test a technology-based mathematical and social problem solving intervention for secondary students with autism spectrum disorder.               October 29, 2018 Robert Reiser, professor in the Instructional […]

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    September 10, 2018

    September 2018 Student News

    September 18, 2018 Sophia Rahming (Higher Education Ph.D.) was accepted into the prestigious New York University Steinhardt faculty preparation program. The program is regarded as one of the best in the country.

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    September 2018 Alumni News

    September 2018 Austin Britt BS: FSU-Teach: Environmental Science (’17) Austin Britt was named Rookie Teacher of the Year for 2018 at Howard Middle School. After graduating from FSU with an Environmental Science B.S., Britt went on to teach science. He also is sponsoring the Academic Team this year, hoping to lead the group to their […]

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    September 2018 Faculty News

    September 28, 2018 Phil Hiver, assistant professor of Foreign and Second Language Education, co-authored a study titled “Genre-based L2 writing instruction and writing-specific psychological factors: The dynamics of change” in the Journal of Second Language Writing. Through longitudinal cluster analysis, the authors first identified distinct initial profiles for the middle school L2 learners who were part […]

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    August 30, 2018

    A Better Back to School: How to Thrive in Fall 2018

    Whether this is your first semester at Florida State University or you have graduation in sight, back to school is an exciting time. Even if you are an “old pro” when it comes to being a college student, the start of every semester can still feel exciting and even overwhelming at times. But fear not! […]

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    August 29, 2018

    Teaching and Learning

    Faculty and student scholars from across the College of Education at Florida State University are conducting research addressing the theme of “Teaching and Learning.” Topics covered include how to improve teaching and teachers at both the K-12 and college levels, faculty-student interaction, teachers’ professional development, teaching strategies for different domains, student motivation, models of formative […]

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    August 10, 2018

    August 2018 Student News

    August 20, 2018 Neal Ternes (Sport Management Ph.D.) has been appointed to a teaching position in Sport Management at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. He has been the editorial assistant for the Sociology of Sport Journal.                      

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    August 2018 Alumni News

    August 2018 Marielhi Rosado Honingford B.S. Visual Disabilities ’12, M.S. Visual Disabilities ’14 Marielhi Rosado Honingford, a teacher at Princeton Elementary School in Orlando, FL, was named Teacher of the Year. Honingford is a visual disabilities teacher at the school.                       August 2018 KelVon Greer […]

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    August 2018 Faculty News

    August 28, 2018 Lara Perez-Felkner, assistant professor of Higher Education and Sociology, recently published an article in Oxford Bibliographies in Sociology. The article, which Perez-Felkner co-authored, is titled “Sociological Perspectives on Socialization” and explores the process of socialization through the lens of a sociologist. The full article can be viewed on the Oxford Bibliographies website.     […]

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    August 8, 2018

    2018 Distinguished Alumni Awards Spotlight, Part 2

    The Florida State University College of Education’s Distinguished Alumni Awards honor the best of our graduates. Part two of our series spotlights Patricia Clements, who won the Government and Community Service Award, Cay Holbrook, who won the Postsecondary Systems Award, and Janet Pilcher, who won the Business & Industry Award. You can also read part […]

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    July 19, 2018

    2018 Distinguished Alumni Awards Spotlight, Part 1

    Every year, Florida State University’s College of Education spotlights extraordinary alumni during the Distinguished Alumni Awards. For more than 25 years, the College of Education has given out a number of awards to recognize work done in a number of fields. This year, the College gave out six awards across five categories, including K-12 Education, […]

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    May 9, 2018

    Learning Evolved: Online Master’s Degree

    For those of us who lived through Y2K, it’s almost funny to reflect on the tension and fear leading up to the New Year. When the clocks hit midnight on December 31, we were warned that computers would go haywire, data would disappear, and life as we know it would come to a standstill. Of […]

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    April 30, 2018

    What Can You Do with a Teaching Degree (Besides Teaching)?

    Not everyone who goes to college knows what they want to do with the rest of their lives. Most people can agree on that idea. What most people don’t as often acknowledge is that not everyone who completes college knows what they want to do afterwards. For some people, a degree is a stepping stone […]

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