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Rosa and Duke Honored at Spring 2020 Commencement

April 30, 2020

We have two students who will be recognized for their achievements at commencement this year! Tori J.K. (TJ) Rosa, elementary education and Honors College, was one of two students selected for the France A. Córdova Award for Leadership in Action. This award honors graduating students who have demonstrated exceptional leadership during their time at Purdue. […]

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COVID-19 Info Specifically for College of Education and Teacher Education Students

March 13, 2020

Last Updated: May 22, 2020 Student Teachers Early Field Experiences Teacher Education Candidates Graduate Students All Current Students Prospective Undergraduate Students Contact Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Purdue University will host classes remotely for the remainder of the spring semester. See the things you need to know about COVID-19 on this regularly updated page. Below […]

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Purdue’s College of Education invites students for Become a Teacher Day

September 12, 2019

Prospective students in education and their parents can learn more about Purdue’s College of Education during its annual, daylong Become a Teacher Day event. The college is expecting at least 160 high school students from Indiana and beyond for this year’s Become a Teacher Day. The event will be a day filled with fun, learning […]

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Aaron Lai’s 100+ mile walk to honor Tyler Trent

February 13, 2019

Aaron Lai, a junior in Social Studies Education within the College of Education, is making waves this month in his bid to walk over 100 miles from Purdue University all the way to Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind. for the final Purdue v. IU game on Feb. 19. The motivation for this seemingly crazy feat? […]

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New Purdue teaching graduates honored with pinning ceremony

May 10, 2018

Purdue’s College of Education meets the challenges of educating 21st Century learners by discovering what works in education. Seventy-eight graduates will receive a lapel pin and a copy of the “Teacher’s Creed,” which they recite to conclude the program.

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Training Teachers in Slovakia

March 20, 2018

Sometimes Purdue faculty and staff don’t go to the beach on spring break. Sometimes they go to Slovakia to train teachers how to use technology in the classroom. And that’s just what a group from the College of Education did last week. Timothy Newby and Jennifer Richardson (both professors of learning design and technology), Evan […]

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College of Education offers 3-year special education degree program

February 15, 2018

The first accelerated special education degree program in Indiana is now being offered at Purdue University’s College of Education. The program is intended to help reverse a statewide shortage of special education teachers. The new Fast-Track degree program begins in fall semester 2018, offering students majoring in special education the opportunity to graduate with a degree in three years.

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We’re #2 in the country!

January 8, 2018

On their list of the top ten best colleges for education majors, College Magazine ranks our programs second in the U.S. We are thrilled to be second on this list of distinguished colleges of education from across the country.

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Students spend Fall Break in Chicago Public Schools

November 29, 2016

Nearly 20 students from EDCI 205 (Exploring Teaching as a Career) spent Fall Break (October 10-12) in Chicago, where they learned about education in urban environments. Purdue alumni Christina O’Leary (BS ’11) and Chris Vienna (BS ’13), as well as Katie Sullivan, who is currently completing her student teaching experience in Chicago, spoke to the […]

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College of Education undergrad elected student body vice president

May 28, 2016

An undergraduate in the College of Education was recently elected vice president of Purdue Student Government. Jacob Goedde is a rising senior from Poseyville, a town in southwest Indiana. He is studying elementary education with a certificate in collaborative leadership. For two years, he has represented the College of Education as a senator in Purdue […]

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