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FSU School of Teacher Education Director Dr. Kathleen Clark has been selected for the Jewish National Fund - USA's 2022 Summer Faculty Fellowship Program in Israel.

No other FSU faculty have ever been selected for this competitive program, so we're excited and proud about her achievement! Dr. Clark will be advancing research and making connections in Israel this June.

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Hello Pre-Service Teachers,
Guofeng Shen, a Ph.D. student, and Dr. Sandy Bowen, a professor at the University of Northern Colorado are conducting a research study entitled: Pre-Service Teachers’ Attitude and Preparedness Toward Collaboration with Culturally, Linguistically, and Economically Diverse (CLED) Families of Children with Disabilities. The purpose of the study is to examine pre-service teachers' (PSTs) attitudes and preparedness to collaborate with CLED families of children with disabilities. Participants in this survey will have the opportunity to learn more about their individual perspectives in working with children of CLED families. They will be able to address their personal beliefs and possible biases. This opportunity in self-assessing, it is hoped will have a positive effect on their future teaching experience. Additionally, this study will provide insights into pre-service teacher beliefs, comfort levels, and preparedness in working with CLED families of children with disabilities. This information may modify teacher preparation programs to include coursework and training in working with a diverse population of students and parents. So that all families will feel included in schools.
You were selected as a potential participant because of your enrollment in an undergraduate teacher preparation program in early childhood, elementary, early childhood special education, special education, or secondary education. The study is completely voluntary and your identity, including your institution, will be kept confidential and cannot be tied back to your responses or participation. The survey will take you approximately 5-10 minutes to complete.
If you would like to participate in this research, please click the following survey link. https://unco.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5olzehjiga0SIXc
This survey will be open until December 13th.
Please share this letter and/or flyer with your friends and colleagues!
Please share this letter and/or flyer with your friends and colleagues!!
Please share this letter and/or flyer with your friends and colleagues!!!
If you have any further questions, please email [email protected] or [email protected]
We look forward to hearing from you!
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Respectfully,
Guofeng Shen & Dr. Sandy Bowen Sandy Bowen
University of Northern Colorado
Hello Pre-Service Teachers,
Guofeng Shen, a Ph.D. student, and Dr. Sandy Bowen, a professor at the University of Northern Colorado are conducting a research study entitled: Pre-Service Teachers’ Attitude and Preparedness Toward Collaboration with Culturally, Linguistically, and Economically Diverse (CLED) Families of Children with Disabilities. The purpose of the study is to examine pre-service teachers' (PSTs) attitudes and preparedness to collaborate with CLED families of children with disabilities. Participants in this survey will have the opportunity to learn more about their individual perspectives in working with children of CLED families. They will be able to address their personal beliefs and possible biases. This opportunity in self-assessing, it is hoped will have a positive effect on their future teaching experience. Additionally, this study will provide insights into pre-service teacher beliefs, comfort levels, and preparedness in working with CLED families of children with disabilities. This information may modify teacher preparation programs to include coursework and training in working with a diverse population of students and parents. So that all families will feel included in schools.
You were selected as a potential participant because of your enrollment in an undergraduate teacher preparation program in early childhood, elementary, early childhood special education, special education, or secondary education. The study is completely voluntary and your identity, including your institution, will be kept confidential and cannot be tied back to your responses or participation. The survey will take you approximately 5-10 minutes to complete.
If you would like to participate in this research, please click the following survey link. https://unco.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5olzehjiga0SIXc
This survey will be open until November 23rd.
Please share this letter and/or flyer with your friends and colleagues!
Please share this letter and/or flyer with your friends and colleagues!!
Please share this letter and/or flyer with your friends and colleagues!!!
If you have any further questions, please email [email protected] or [email protected]
We look forward to hearing from you!
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Respectfully,
Guofeng Shen & Dr. Sandy Bowen
University of Northern Colorado
We're hiring! Come join our nationally known Visual Disabilities program in the FSU School of Teacher Education as an assistant/associate professor or postdoctoral researcher! Learn more about the positions at https://bit.ly/vis-dis-asst and https://bit.ly/vis-dis-postdoc. More information about the Visual Disabilities program is available at https://education.fsu.edu/visual-disabilities-grad.
Dr. Erik Hines, associate professor of school counseling, along with Renae D. Mayes (The University of Arizona), Mia Hines (advisor for BS/MS programs in the FSU School of Teacher Education) and others, published an article entitled, “'You Are Going to School': Exploring the Precollege Experiences of First-Year Black Males in Higher Education" in the journal Professional School Counseling: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/2156759X211040044
Dr. Nicole Patton Terry, the Olive & Manuel Bordas Professor of Education in the FSU School of Teacher Education, Director of the The Florida Center for Reading Research, and Deputy Director of the Regional Education Lab, was elected Vice President of the Society for Scientific Study of Reading (SSSR). The SSSR was started in 1993 and is focused on promoting and encouraging the study of reading, as well as disseminating reading-related information.
Dr. Sonia Cabell, assistant professor of reading education and language arts in the FSU School of Teacher Education and The Florida Center for Reading Research, received the Diane Lapp & James Flood Professional Collaborator Award from the International Literacy Association. The award is given to two or more people who engage in collaboration and regularly contribute to the field. Cabell received the award with her collaborator Dr. Tricia Zucker, who is an associate professor in the Children's Learning Institute at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston.
Dr. Sonia Cabell, assistant professor of reading education/language arts in the FSU School of Teacher Education and The Florida Center for Reading Research, contributed to an article that appeared in Education Week. The article, titled "Popular 'Wonders' Curriculum Shows Gaps in Alignment to Reading Research," takes a look at the Wonders reading program. Cabell gives her opinion on the program, as well as provides advice to schools that are evaluating different English and language arts curricula.
Read the article here: https://www.edweek.org/teaching-learning/popular-wonders-curriculum-shows-gaps-in-alignment-to-reading-research/2021/06
The Special Education program in the FSU School of Teacher Education was featured in the latest episode of the podcast The More You Nole, created by Florida State University Admissions. Listen to DrJenny Root and two of her students talk about the program, how they ended up at FSU, what made them interested in special education and more. You can find the podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts or Stitcher, or go to https://admissions.fsu.edu/podcast/

You can learn more about the program by going to https://education.fsu.edu/special-education
As Celebrate Literacy Week, Florida comes to a close, Dr. Sonia Cabell, assistant professor of Reading Education/Language Arts in the FSU School of Teacher Education and research faculty at The Florida Center for Reading Research, shares some of her favorite children's books: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q6YpPms6Iik&feature=emb_title
Congratulations to DrJenny Root, assistant professor of special education in the FSU School of Teacher Education, who co-edited a new book titled "Mathematics Education and Students with Autism, Intellectual Disability, and Other Developmental Disabilities."

The FSU Curriculum and Instruction program reflects the interdependent nature of contemporary profes

The Florida State Curriculum and Instruction program reflects the interdependent nature of contemporary professional education in which subject content and research questions transcend single areas of concentration and demand interdisciplinary collaboration. Graduates earning a Curriculum and Instruction degree possess a dual benefit – they retain one of the individual content majors below on thei

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01/13/2022

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01/11/2022

Hey STE students. Hope you have had a great first week! 🙂Just a health reminder...

11/29/2021

For any STE Noles interested, Bright Horizons, a Child Development Center, is hiring. There are several locations in Florida, including Jacksonville with teaching career opportunities. Find out more information at www.brighthorizons.com/careers or reach out to Director Meradeth Springer at [email protected]!

09/20/2021

Substitute Teacher Needed at Cobb Middle School. Visit https://www.leonschools.net/Page/3401 for contact information. The position pays $14.00 per hour for about 7 hours per day. For more information, please email Principal Sarah Hembree at Cobb Middle School. Applicants must possess at least:

• A high School Diploma
• Be 21 years of age
• Pass a Level 2 criminal background check

02/01/2021

https://education.fsu.edu/blog/joy-reading-celebrate-literacy-week-2021

It's time to celebrate Literacy Week! Check out the link for some resources from our faculty.

The Joy of Reading: Celebrate Literacy Week 2021 | College of Education Josh Duke January 25, 2021 Blog There is nothing quite like losing yourself in a good book. Reading promotes creativity, expands vocabulary, fosters the imagination, and even encourages empathy. While reading can benefit people of all ages, it is especially important to to help young children learn....

12/21/2020
12/18/2020

Great video, Erin! To all of you out there - why did you pick FSU?

11/24/2020

Wishing you a relaxing break from the fall semester!

We'll be closed Wednesday through Friday for Thanksgiving. See you Monday!

10/26/2020

We hope to see some of you at our preview day tomorrow!

Tomorrow starts our information sessions for our graduate programs as part of COE Preview Week! First up are Florida State University Department of Sport Management and FSU School of Teacher Education. There's still time to register by going to https://education.fsu.edu/preview.

We hope to see you there!

10/02/2020

Dr. Nicole Patton Terry, Olive & Manuel Bordas Professor of Education, was named the new director for the The Florida Center for Reading Research!

“We are so pleased to have someone of Dr. Patton Terry’s expertise and vision moving into the director’s role,” said Vice President for Research Gary K. Ostrander. “We know she will achieve great success in this new position.”

09/02/2020

We would like to share our congratulations to Dr. Phil Hiver! Dr. Hiver is a faculty member in our Foreign and Second Language Education program. He has been selected by The International Association for the Psychology of Language Learning for the 2020 Early Career Scholar Award in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the study of psychology in second language acquisition. The Early Career Scholar Award is an international biennial award and is the highest accolade the International Association for the Psychology of Language Learning bestows on scholars in the early stages of their careers. This award recognizes the most promising scholars in the psychology of language learning and teaching and their excellence in scientific research.

Speech recognition in education: The powers and perils 09/01/2020

Are you interested in what our faculty are talking about? Here's the opportunity to learn more!

https://www.smartbrief.com/original/2020/08/speech-recognition-education-powers-and-perils

Yaacov Petscher and Nicole Patton Terry are associate directors of the Florida Center for Reading Research at Florida State University.

Speech recognition in education: The powers and perils There is a lot of potential in emergent technologies like voice tech, virtual assistants and artificial intelligence in the classroom to unearth new insights about a child’s language and reading development -- and translate it into outcomes.

07/16/2020

DrJenny Root, assistant professor of Special Education in the FSU School of Teacher Education, published a chapter titled "Academic Skill Instruction in Adolescent Transition Education" in the Handbook of Adolescent Transition Education for Youth with Disabilities (2nd edition). The handbook serves as a resource to all individuals who assist in helping adolescents with disabilities transition into adulthood.

Learn more about our special education program here: https://education.fsu.edu/degrees-and-programs/graduate-programs/curriculum-and-instruction/special-education-m-s-d

07/16/2020

Dr. John Myers, associate professor of Social Science Education in the FSU School of Teacher Education, edited a book titled "Research on teaching global issues: Pedagogy for global citizenship education." The book features new research on the modern day problems related to the teaching of global issues, including how to foster interest in students, particularly on the topic of global activism.

07/03/2020

Florida State University is closed July 3rd in observation of Independence Day. We will be open again on Monday, July 6th.

Photos from FSU School of Teacher Education's post 06/26/2020

Today is National Take Your Dog to Work day. We’d like to introduce you to our own doggie coworkers. Meet Herbie, Georgie, Pretzel, and friends. They work with our School to Teacher Education staff members.

Are you working with your dog today too? We’d love to see them!

06/25/2020

Faculty members at the Florida State University College of Education have conducted research on anti-racism, education inequity, and culturally responsive pedagogy for years. In fact, some faculty members have devoted the majority of their professional careers to studying these topics. You can read some of those articles online here.

https://education.fsu.edu/fsu-college-of-education-faculty-anti-racism-publications

FSU College of Education Faculty Anti-Racism Publications | College of Education - FSU Faculty members at the FSU College of Education have published a number of articles about anti-racism, education inequity and more.

04/30/2020

Congratulations to our own Dr. Amal Ibourk in Elementary Education. Congrats as well to Dr. Zhang.

Congratulations to Drs. Amal Ibourk and Qian Zhang! Dr. Ibourk, Assistant Professor of Elementary Science Education in the FSU School of Teacher Education, won the College of Education's Undergraduate Teaching Award, and Dr. Zhang, Assistant Professor of Measurement and Statistics, won the College of Education's Graduate Teaching Award.

Student Spotlight: Cailyn Hamstra | College of Education - FSU 04/06/2020

https://education.fsu.edu/student-spotlight-cailyn-hamstra

We like to see our Elementary Education students in the spotlight. Great work Cailyn!

Student Spotlight: Cailyn Hamstra | College of Education - FSU Name: Cailyn Hamstra Major: Elementary Education (B.S./M.S.) Hometown: Pensacola, Florida   “From the moment I learned of the FSU College of Education’s program in Elementary Education, I was confident the program would best prepare me to achieve my personal and professional goals,” says Hams...

Episode 24 - Bidialectalism, school - research partnerships, and poverty with Nicole Patton Terry by SeeHearSpeak Podcast • A podcast on Anchor 01/16/2020

You can hear from Dr. Patton-Terry on the See Hear Speak Podcast, episode 24. She is discussing Bidialectalism, school - research partnerships, and poverty with Dr. Tiffany Hogan.

https://anchor.fm/tiffany-hogan/episodes/Episode-24---Bidialectalism--school---research-partnerships--and-poverty-with-Nicole-Patton-Terry-e9jrrh/a-a58lv0

Episode 24 - Bidialectalism, school - research partnerships, and poverty with Nicole Patton Terry by SeeHearSpeak Podcast • A podcast on Anchor Episode 24 - Bidialectalism, school - research partnerships, and poverty with Nicole Patton Terry

11/29/2019

We are thankful for all of our wonderful students today.

Photos from Florida State University College of Education's post 11/26/2019

So proud to see our students at work!

11/26/2019

Dr. Jennifer Schellinger in Florida State University’s School of Teacher Education has been selected for one of 10 highly competitive annual CADRE fellowships.

Dr. Schellinger is a postdoctoral research for a DRK-12 funded program called "Learning Through Collaborative Design – Professional Development" at FSU. The focus of this project is to identify the most effective means by which to support teachers to foster productive epistemic discourse in science. Dr. Schellinger’s research examines how collaborative and inclusive discourse-rich spaces may support students’ disciplinary engagement and sense making across STEM disciplines through talk.

This year’s Fellows represent diverse disciplines, areas of research, and perspectives.
For the full list of the 2019-2020 CADRE Fellows, or to learn more about the program, go to www.cadrek12.org.

Responsive Teaching Embracing Student's Divergent Questions 10/02/2019

By Lama Jaber, Caroline Herbster, and Jacob Truett

Faculty Job Listings 10/01/2019
DIRECTO | The Graduate School 09/24/2019

Please join us for DIRECTO’s 2nd Annual University-Wide Symposium on Diversity & Inclusion in Research & Teaching this Friday, September 27th, 2019 at Turnbull Conference Center. This event, including continental breakfast, lunch, and reception, is free of charge thanks to the generous sponsorship of the FSU’s President’s Council on Diversity and Inclusion, The Office of the Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs, The Division of Student Affairs, The Graduate School, the College of Business, and The Congress of Graduate Students (COGS).


Please see more details below, and register soon, as space is limited.

*Register for the Symposium here. (Please note: you may register for the entire event, or only the portions for which you are available to attend).

Visit our webpage for updates: https://gradschool.fsu.edu/directo.
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Symposium goal
We hope this event will create a “safe-space” for individuals and groups within the FSU community to discuss issues surrounding diversity, inclusion, and equity. More importantly, we want attendees and participants to walk away from the event with tangible ways to incorporate diversity and inclusion in their research projects and teaching methods.
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Date and Location
The symposium will take place on Friday, September 27, 2019, 9am-5pm, FSU Turnbull Conference Center. Feel free to register for the entire event, or only the portions for which you are available to attend. Parking is included in the parking garage that is attached to the conference center.
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Details
The Symposium Welcome will be given by President John Thrasher. Keynote speakers are Dr. Pamela McCauley, and Dr. James Frazier (see more information on DIRECTO’s website), and breakout and poster sessions will be facilitated by faculty, staff, students, and postdocs from FSU, TCC, FAMU, Valdosta State, and Auburn.
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Conference Agenda
Date: Friday, September 27th, 2019
Location: Augustus B. Turnbull III Florida State Conference Center
Time: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

8:30 – 8:55 AM
Check in and Continental Breakfast

9:00 – 9:20 AM
Welcome remarks from President Thrasher

9:20 – 10:20 AM
Keynote Address by Dr. Pamela McCauley with Q&A

10:20 – 10:35 AM
Break

10:35 – 11:20 AM
Breakout Sessions
• Self-Disclosure, Advocacy, and Adjustment: Creating Inclusive Spaces for Students with Diverse Abilities
• Using a Cross-Disciplinary Teaching Approach to Attenuate the Void: Building Educators and Researchers at a Historically Black College/University (HBCU)
• Association for Women in Mathematics Mentoring Network: Building Community and a Sense of Belonging in the Mathematical Sciences
• Hierarchical Mentoring for Women in STEM: A Talking Circle
• LGBTQ & Education
• Share Your Stories

11:20 – 1:00 PM
Lunch and Poster Session

1:00 - 2:00 PM
Student Panel

2:00 - 2:15 PM
Break

2:15 - 3:00 PM
Breakout Sessions
• PURPOSE: Partners United for Research Pathways Oriented to Social Justice in Education
• S*x, Gender, and S*xuality: Creating Inclusive Classrooms
• Moving from Comfort Zone to Learning Edge: White People Talking About Race
• WEIRD and Not So Weird – Exploring the overrepresentation of the Western, Educated, Industrialized, Rich, and Democratic in Research and Teaching
• Walking the Tightrope of Intersecting Identities: Experiences in the Classroom, Conducting Research, and Abroad
• The Experiences of Internation Graduate Students at FSU

3:00 - 3:15 PM
Break

3:15 – 4:00 PM
Keynote Address by Dean Frazier with Q&A

4:00 - 4:10 PM
Closing Remarks

4:10 - 5:00 PM
Reception

*Presentations will be facilitated by undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, staff, and administration from a variety of disciplines across campus. Register for the symposium by clicking here! Seating is limited, so register soon!

We hope to see you Friday!

Lisa Liseno, Ph.D.
Assistant Dean, The Graduate School
Director, The Program for Instructional Excellence (PIE), and The Fellows Society
Advisor, DIRECTO – The Diversity & Inclusion in Research & Teaching Organization
Adjunct Instructor, Department of Philosophy
Florida State University
Honors, Scholars, and Fellows (HSF) House, Suite 4001E
127 Honors Way
Tallahassee, FL 32306
Phone: 850-645-7318
[email protected]
www.pie.fsu.edu
www.gradschool.fsu.edu/Fellows-Society
https://gradschool.fsu.edu/directo

DIRECTO | The Graduate School

08/08/2019

Muntford Middle School is looking for a Science Teacher. If you are interested, please contact Rebecca Shultz, [email protected], Ph: 850-412-8900

Early career faculty members recognized with prestigious NSF awards - Florida State University News 07/24/2019

Dr. Lama Jaber is one of five Florida State University assistant professors to receive the CAREER award from the National Science Foundation this year. Congratulations to all of the faculty awarded.

https://news.fsu.edu/news/university-news/2019/07/22/early-career-faculty-members-recognized-with-prestigious-nsf-awards/

Early career faculty members recognized with prestigious NSF awards - Florida State University News Five Florida State University assistant professors have received highly competitive CAREER awards from the National Science Foundation for their significant early career accomplishments in research and education. The CAREER award, one of the most prestigious granted to junior faculty by the NSF, sup...

07/08/2019

Welcome back everyone after the break! We hope you are enjoying the sunshine today.

We get tropical weather here in Tallahassee, so for the most up to date information on campus check out alerts.fsu.edu. Florida State is always looking out for tropical weather that might affect students.

06/11/2019

Since 2018, four Florida State University School of Teacher Education faculty members have won prominent early career awards. Congrats to Drs. Veronica Fleury, Lama, Jaber, Jenny Root, and Laura Steacy!

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