Professor Ertmer Featured on Edutopia Video
Peg Ertmer, Professor of Learning Design and Technology, is interviewed in the latest video from George Lucas’ Edutopia
Wayne E. Wright to Join the College of Education as the Barbara I. Cook Chair of Literacy and Language
At the May meeting of the Purdue University Board of Trustees, Wayne E. Wright was approved as the...
Bofferding Receives NSF Early Career Award
Laura Bofferding has received the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Early Career Development Award (CAREER) for her research...
Magnify Helps Young People See Problems and Solutions More Clearly
The teenage brain goes through a growth spurt just like their bodies. It’s an awkward phase for managing emotions, behavior, and decision making. And yet...
Indiana STEM School Summit to Roll out New STEM School Certification
State Superintendent of Schools, Glenda Ritz, will help kick off an event that could lead to a STEM transformation of Indiana schools.
Career Guidance Offered to High School Students this Summer at the Purdue Counseling and Guidance Center
Some people know from childhood what they want to be when they grow up. But according to Eric Deemer...
Purdue College of Education Embarks upon a Partnership with Maconaquah and Kokomo School Corporations to Implement Integrated STEM
Integrated STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) schools represent a new way of teaching...
Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Fellows Return to Purdue
Top high-school-aged scholars from the US and Europe will be coming to the Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Fellows (BFTF) Summer Institute at Purdue University for four weeks, June 28 through July 26.
Ayse Çiftçi, PhD, Awarded APA Presidential Citation
Ayşe Çiftçi, faculty member in counseling psychology in the Department of Educational Studies, was awarded an American Psychological Association (APA) Presidential Citation at the 2014 Counseling Psychology Conference in Atlanta.
Brenda Capobianco Wins Inaugural Foster Award
The Christian J. Foster Award, named after the former first gentleman of Purdue, is awarded to one faculty member who has made transformational contributions to improving STEM teaching and learning in Indiana's K-12 schools.
Can Technology Help Us Achieve Personalized Education?
Bill Watson's research focuses on transformative change of education to realize a learner-centered paradigm.
Zachary Blackwood (MS ‘10) Selected as a Siemens STAR
Each year the Siemens Foundation selects 40 promising middle and high school STEM teachers out of a very competitive pool from across the US.
2014 Teacher Recruitment Day
Fifty-five school corporations brought over 150 recruiters to meet Purdue’s 193 teacher education graduates on April 29th at the Annual Teacher Recruitment Day that is put on by the Center for Career Opportunities, the College of Education, and Conferences.
Sidney Moon Announces Retirement
Sidney Moon, Associate Dean for Learning and Engagement, will be retiring from the College of Education this Spring. Described by her colleagues as "highly creative, nurturing, and innovative," her contributions to the college and Purdue have been inestimable.
Vilsack Challenges Education Students
Christie Vilsack, Senior Advisor for International Education with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) visited the Purdue College of Education last week to talk to students...
Five Students Honored
Each year Indiana teacher preparation programs send hundreds of their graduating students into classrooms across the state to complete the student-teaching requirements for certification.
Carole Ames Named Distinguished Woman
Purdue alumna, Carole Ames, (PhD ‘76) Psychological Sciences, was recently awarded a Distinguished Women Scholars Award from the Purdue University Susan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadership Excellence.