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11/01/2018
EHS Student has Op-Ed Piece Posted in Lima Daily Newspaper.
Avery Shirk is a sophomore studying Early Childhood Education at Miami University. Avery recently had an op-ed piece posted in the Lima Daily newspaper.
10/26/2018
Former School Teacher Brings Cross-Curricular Robotics to Students Everywhere
When Katie Henry began her career teaching second grade in a local Ohio school district, she never dreamed it would lead her to where she is today.
10/19/2018
Miami Student Teacher Inspires Spanish Students to Save the Planet
Spanish III students at Ross High School have been inspired by a unit on the environment, led by Miami University student teacher Emily Rees.
10/15/2018
Reframe Podcast: Episode 42
Are Students Prepared to Thrive in a Knowledge Economy?
10/14/2018
Dr. Brian Schultz Authors New Book in the Teaching for Social Justice Series
Brian Schultz, professor of teacher education, authored a new book titled “Spectacular Things Happen Along the Way: Lessons from an Urban Classroom”
09/25/2018
The Miami University Department of Teacher Education Launches Partnership with Middletown City Schools.
The Miami University Teacher Education Department has launched a formal partnership with Middletown City Schools.
09/17/2018
International Student Teaching Seminar on Sept. 26
There will be an International Student Teaching seminar on September 26th. The seminar will be held in McGuffey Hall, room 219 at 5:00 pm.
09/12/2018
Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Announces First Recipient
noyce-recipient-1-3x2.pngCassie Campbell is the first recipient of the prestigious Miami University Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship. She is a third-year undergraduate pursuing a dual degree in Integrated Mathematics Education and Mathematics with a minor in Creative Writing.
09/12/2018
Are Students Being Prepared to Thrive in a Knowledge Economy?
For Marc Nachowitz, assistant professor of teacher education at Miami University, the goal of knowledge-transforming literacy is to teach students how to work with knowledge. It’s about learning how to generate ideas and to ask questions, and to challenge, advance, and justify ideas through social dialogue.