The Department of Teaching, Learning and Culture (TLAC) is proud to announce Clinical Assistant Professor, Dr. Emily Binks-Cantrell, has been invited to serve on the Editorial Board of the Annals of Dyslexia. Annals of Dyslexia is a wide range of peer-reviewed scholarly articles addressing genetic, neurobiological, cognitive, linguistic, instructional, social, emotional and professional preparation issues and topics in dyslexia. Annals has become arguably the most highly respected resource for informing the scientific, academic and clinical professional communities about dyslexia. Dr.
Graduate students from the Department of Teaching, Learning and Culture (TLAC) attended the 37th annual meeting for the Southwest Educational Research Association (SERA) in New Orleans, La., Feb. 2014. While attending the meeting, the TLAC graduate students were honored with awards for their papers.
The department of Teaching, Learning and Culture is pleased to announce an upcoming workshop on Mathematicians in Mathematics Education (MIME).
MIME 2014 Workshop
March 16-18, 2014
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX
The demand is increasing for mathematicians who can constructively contribute to work in mathematics education, such as standards development, validation of tests, curriculum design, textbook review and the preparation and professional development of teachers.
The Education Research Center at Texas A&M (ERC) was awarded a $50,000 grant from The International Baccalaureate (IB) to conduct a research study examining the implementation of the IB Learner Profile attribute reflective in IB Diploma Programmes across North America. Jacqueline Stillisano, ERC associate director; Hersh Waxman, ERC director; and Kayla Rollins are co-principal investigators. Additional ERC researchers participating in the study include Sandra Metoyer and Kim Wright.
Nine nationally and internationally prominent scholars will be inducted Friday, Feb. 7 as Faculty Fellows of the Texas A&M University Institute for Advanced Study (TIAS).
Two of the 2014 inductees are serving the College of Education and Human Development in the departments of Health and Kinesiology and Teaching, Learning and Culture.
Seniors Zulema Rios and Sara Kathleen Bates have been selected to the 2014 Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities. This is one of the most prestigious awards the academic community may bestow. Rios and Bates are working toward their major in Interdisciplinary Studies, in the department of Teaching Learning and Culture (TLAC).
Who’s Who Among Students is one of the most highly regarded and long-standing honors programs in the nation. Nominees are selected each fall by college faculty.
The College of Education and Human Development offers a variety of graduate, certification and continuing education programs and 10 distance education graduate degrees. The college recently added three new programs to expand its online learning at the graduate level.