Teaching in Thailand Provides Insight for SOE Grad
After eight months living and teaching English in Thailand, Baylor graduate Kendall Rice, BSED '12,
talks about her experiences. While there she worked as a teacher at the Palace School, where her students were members of the royal family and children of high-ranking government officials.
19 Foods That Boost Health and Happiness
Darryn S. Willoughby, Ph.D., a Baylor associate professor in the School of Education's Department of Health, Human Performance and Recreation, gives tips about healthy foods. Willoughby also is the director of the Exercise and Biochemical Nutrition Laboratory at Baylor. (See page 4 of the link)
Richardson ISD selects Richardson High's new principal
Dallas Morning News
Charles Bruner, BSED '90 Secondary Education is the new principal at Richardson High School. Bruner has been the principal of Forest Meadow Junior High since 2002. Before that, he was principal and assistant principal in Cedar Hill ISD.
SOE Recognizes and Awards Seniors
Kudos all around! Baylor's School of Education honored its graduating seniors at the Twenty-eighth Annual Recognition and Awards Banquet on April 22 in the Cashion Banquet room of the Hankamer School of Business. During the ceremony, not only were the Outstanding Students presented awards, but also some of the Baylor seniors' most memorable teachers were recognized. From all the nominations submitted, three teachers were chosen to attend the banquet and receive a plaque commemorating their honor.
Health and Human Performance Award Recipients (from l to r)
Matthew Boyd, Celeste Russell, Katherine Beaudoin, Mitchell Myers, Hayley Shelton, Shelise Danielson, and Kelly Hannegan
Teacher Education Award recipients (from l to r)
Chrystal Rogers, Rebecca Colquitt, Katelyn Nelson, Alicia Jackson, and Bethany Gilmore
SOE Seniors with their Most Memorable Teachers (from l to r)
Peggy Grant, Allison Landers, Pat Hofeditz, Madelon Fulton, Valerie Fink, and Lindsey Hedrick
Summer Mission: Baylor Grad Student Leading Teachers Into China
Baylor Graduate School News
The long flight from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport will land in Shanghai. From the airport it is a short walk to Zhongshan Park Transit Station. There, Agnes Tang and her companions will take a two-hour bus ride, and nearly 28 hours after leaving Waco they will arrive in Suzhou for a week of teacher training at two migrant schools.