Join us at the 2018 Sports Communication Summit on Wednesday, March 21 at 7 p.m. in the Holliday Forum at the Journalism building.
Sometimes the best learning happens outside the four walls of the classroom.
School of Education Assistant Professor, Dr. Kerri Tobin, Makes Reading Aloud a Family Affair through Literacy Partnerships
School of Education Assistant Professor, Dr. Kerri Tobin, practices what she teaches. Tobin teaches social studies in the School of Education and researches the impacts of poverty. As an educator and parent of two small children, Dr. Tobin knows the value of reading aloud to children, and she understands the impact such practice has on developing readers. Tobin and her husband, Stephen, make it a family practice to read to their children, recognizing the literacy impact it has had on their children.
Online education allows unique opportunities that can't be found in the traditional classroom. For assistant professor in the School of Library and Information Science, Dr. Edward Benoit, III, the flexibility of the mobile classroom is appealing and fosters global discussion. When Benoit learned about the Wiki Education Foundation, he knew it was the perfect opportunity to create collaborative, creative, and globally engaged courses to impact both students and those beyond our campus.
The College of Human Sciences & Education has released the Impact report. Find out how CHSE faculty, staff and students are acting as change makers around the world. Did you know that the School of Kinesiology is changing how physical education is thought around the state? What about our School of Library and Information science Alumna who started an initiative to read stories on public transportation? Find out more about are amazing college by clicking the link below.
Join us! Get in the "write" mindset with PhD students, early scholars and novice researcher all looking to improve their writing or have a space in which to create.
School of Education alumna, Heather Stone, understands the importance of creating a connection to, the often intangible, classroom material and evoking a sense of responsibility and engagement in her students. That’s exactly what she did while creating lesson plans to educate K-12 students about Louisiana’s disappearing coast.