Early Childhood Education students learned about Reading Assessment from Reading Expert, Andrea Buckless. Mrs. Buckless is currently a Kindergarten Teacher at McLees Elementary School. She has taught Reading in North and South Carolina for over a decade.
Mulitcategorical special education majors presented at the Annual SC Council for Exceptional Children’s Conference at Myrtle Beach alongside COE Faculty member, Dr. Joanna Stegall and Associate Dean, Dr. Cindy Baughan.
MAT clinical teacher Sydney DeAngelis leads Chastain Road Elementary students in creating Valentine Day treats to reinforce fraction skills.
Dr. Joanna Stegall presented alongside School District of Anderson Five special education research partners, Dr. Brenda Harper and Mrs. Marie Marchant, at the 2019 National Council for Exceptional Children's Convention in Indianapolis, IN.
Clemson Air Force ROTC commander, Colonel Keith Balts with Anderson University and College of Education graduate, Adam Doyle at his commissioning service for the United States Air Force. Adam graduated with his degree in Secondary Social Studies in December 2018 and will now serve as a commissioned officer in the Air Force.
The College of Education would like to congratulate Lauren Long on being named Miss Spartanburg 2019. Lauren, a senior, is majoring in Elementary Education with an Early Childhood Add-on. She will compete for the title of Miss South Carolina in June. Congratulations, Lauren!
The College of Education celebrated Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education, Kim Penland, who successfully defended her dissertation in January 2019. Congratulations, Dr. Penland!
The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) club met on Monday evening to celebrate the Christmas season. This student club, which is open to all education majors, focuses on efforts to support individuals of all ability levels. The faculty sponsor for the CEC club is Dr. Joanna Stegall, Associate Professor and Department Head of Educational Specialties.
College of Education Candidates, Austin Cartee and Alli Malone, dressed up in period dress at Thanksgiving time to teach students at a local school about colonial life.
Elementary Education majors were visited by Tracy Miskelly, Director of SC Ag in the Classroom, a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization that helps SC teachers give their students an appreciated of their food and fiber through grade-specific lesson plans.