On any given day in the City of Waco, you’ll find faculty and students from the Department of Curriculum & Instruction impacting the community in myriad ways. Learn about a few key projects in the department.
At a time when Baylor has pledged itself to strengthen the bonds of community, the School of Education is embarking on exciting new initiatives and redoubling its commitment to existing ones, aiming to deepen our impact on the local community from which we benefit so tangibly.
Scholarship (publications and presentations) is not solely the domain of the School’s faculty. School of Education graduate students maintain an impressive agenda of scholarly activity, in close collaboration with faculty mentors.
Click to register for the School of Education's Homecoming Tailgate, after the parade on Saturday, Oct. 15. It's FREE, but registration is required. Deadline to register is Friday, Oct. 7, at 5 p.m. We are looking forward to seeing you there!
Dr. Susan Johnsen, professor of Educational Psychology, had a dream — almost two decades ago — of extending a School of Education summer program to benefit students from all backgrounds. New research about the program shows tangible evidence of the advantages to low-income students enrolled in that program.
Dr. Jeffrey Shahidullah, BA ’08, EdS ’11, is a tenure-track assistant professor of school psychology at Rutgers University, the State University of New Jersey, where he also holds a joint appointment with the Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson School of Medicine.
Baylor’s EdD in K-12 Educational Leadership will launch in Summer 2017 and is designed for working educators, with coursework concentrated on weekends and in the summer. The three-year program includes supervised fieldwork and six course hours of a dissertation-in-practice.
Baylor alumni Todd and Amy Patterson hosted a School of Education reception at their Houston home on May 5, welcoming alumni and friends. “We all need to do as much as we can to keep that pipeline of great teachers flowing," Todd said.