TLAC undergraduates have formed a Texas A&M chapter of the Association for Childhood Education International. ACEI members are guided by a dynamic philosophy of effective education, a philosophy that is flexible and responsive to human needs in a changing society. ACEI's constitutionally defined purpose is to:
In addition to monthly meetings with informative guest speakers, ACEI members participate in many volunteer opportunities, including Big Event, Children's Museum, Ross Buddies, Helping One Student To Succeed (HOSTS), and many others throughout the semester.
TLAC professor, Dr. Nancy Self, serves as ACEI adviser. For more information regarding ACEI, please email email@example.com.
TLAC undergraduate students have organized a Texas A&M Chapter of Texas State Teacher's Association - Student Program (TSTA - SP). The purpose of this organization is to provide up to date information about the world of education. TSTA - SP has various speakers ranging from current student teachers to professionals in the field of education. The organization also brings in many TAMU and TLAC faculty to provide information about the College of Education. TSTA - SP also works with the community of many different occasions, allowing for its members to gain more experience with children. The organization's primary focus is on volunteer/community service and academics, and is targeted toward TLAC undergraduates (total annual membership dues are $34).
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Kappa Delta Pi is an International Educational Honor Society recognizing excellence and scholarship in those associated with the teaching profession. Texas A&M’s chapter of Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education is entitled Mu Chi and is dedicated to scholarship and excellence in education. As the primary target audience is academic graduate students and undergraduates, the Mu Chi Chapter invites and inducts nearly 150 new members, many of whom are TLAC students, each ...
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