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From Study Buddies to Forever Family: FSU Higher Education’s “Cocoa Scholars”

Students have formed study groups for about as long as formalized education has been around. Having fellow students in the same proverbial boat as you can serve as a powerful network of support not only academically, but also personally. Some groups can create friendships that last long after graduation, but on rare occasions, some can even become family.

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2020 COE Distinguished Alumni Awards

Learn more about our eight 2020 FSU College of Education Distinguished Alumni Award recipients and check out the video from our virtual awards ceremony.

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Critical Autoethnography for Scholarship, Pedagogy, and Personal Growth in Teacher Education

Watch Dr. Blake Tenore's presentation titled, "Critical Autoethnography for Scholarship, Pedagogy, and Personal Growth in Teacher Education," the latest installment in our School of Teacher Education Colloquium Series.

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2020 Alumni Association Awards Gala: COE Winners

Three College of Education alumni were inducted into the FSU Circle of Gold.

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December 2020 Student News

Read about our students' accomplishments in the month of December

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December 2020 Alumni News

See what our alumni were up to in the month of December!

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December 2020 Faculty News

Discover what faculty members in the FSU College of Education were up to in the month of December!

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School of Teacher Education Colloquium with Mia Hines

Mia Hines presents the November FSU School of Teacher Education Colloquium talk, titled "Recruiting, Retaining, and Advising Students of Color into Teacher Preparation Programs."

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Student Spotlight: Dakeyan "Dré" Graham

Dr. Dakeyan "Dré" Graham is a current Ed.D. student in the Learning Design and Performance Technology program and won the 2020 Florida Teacher of the Year award.

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Professor Emeritus James Kenneth Brewer: A “Significant” Legacy

Brewer was an artist in every sense of the word with an unmatched intellect and determination for minimizing error. He was a master at explaining difficult concepts for opening the doors to his student’s enlightenment of prudent real world trajectories and the discovery and proliferation of reasonable conclusions. Brewer was for me—and many others—a friend, ally, mentor and unforgettable teacher. He has left an indelible mark on the lives of many and is and shall forever be missed.

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November 2020 Alumni News

Find out what our alumni are up to in the month of November.

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November 2020 Student News

See what students in the FSU College of Education accomplished in the month of November.

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November 2020 Faculty News

See what faculty members in the FSU College of Education accomplished in the month of November.

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Student Spotlight: Felly Chiteng Kot

Meet Fell Chiteng Kot, a student in the institutional research graduate certificate program.

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Addressing Bullying Through the Use of Bibliotherapy

Graduate student Madison Woodall and Dr. Lyndsay Jenkins, assistant professor of School Psychology, look at how bibliotherapy can help combat bullying.

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Bullying of Minority Students: Getting the Facts

Counseling Psychology and School Psychology Ph.D. student Sonya Kaminski shares her thoughts on bullying ahead of World Mental Health Day.

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Introducing the TESOL Online Master's Program

The Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) master's program at FSU opens up plenty of opportunities both domestically and internationally. Learn more about our newest graduate program.

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Student Spotlight: Sibak Sung

Meet Sibak Sung, Ph.D. student in the FSU Sport Psychology program and Olympic medalist in speed skating.

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October 2020 Faculty News

See what faculty members in the FSU College of Education accomplished in the month of October.

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October 2020 Alumni News

See what the FSU College of Education alumni were up to in the month of October.

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Student Spotlight: Charlotte Hayes

The FSU Higher Ed program was recommended to me by a mentor. I was unsure if I wanted to go to grad school in Florida (the heat and humidity initially sounded less than ideal), but I figured I would try applying and see what happened. Once I got to campus for my program's Visiting Days in the spring semester, I fell in love with the campus, enjoyed meeting my potential cohort mates, and found the assistantship opportunities unique compared to the other schools I was touring.

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Getting the Most out of Zoom for Students

Zoom arguably has become the most important tool in education, as schools and universities across the world adopt the video conferencing program for their virtual classroom needs. Many students, teachers and faculty members appreciate the program’s easy-to-use interface and features.

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September 2020 Student News

Morgan Jones  (Sport Management B.S. student) was chosen to serve on a committee to select the new ACC commissioner. Jones is just one of five student athletes to serve on the committee and will join FSU President Thrasher as representatives from the university.

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September 2020 Faculty News

Dr. Miray Tekkumru-Kisa, assistant professor of Science Education, published an article in the Journal of Research in Science Technology with Courtney Preston, assistant professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Dr. Zahid Kisa, research faculty at the Learning Systems Institute, Elif Oz (Education Policy and Evaluation Ph.D. '20), and Jennifer Morgan (Science Education Ph.D. student).

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