News

Jan
12
2022
COVER STORY: Talent Discovery
The Baylor Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development is launching Baylor TIP (Talent Identification Program) to enhance services for gifted children and to develop their potential.
Jan
10
2022
Message from the Dean: Fall 2021
Baylor has a rich history of educating students with extraordinary academic and creative talents, and the School of Education is launching a new program for gifted students.
Jan
9
2022
Texas Star
Alexandra Ronnenberg, who graduated in May with a BSEd in elementary education, is “Clinical Teacher of the Year” for the state of Texas, honored for her work while a senior at Baylor.
Jan
7
2022
ANNUAL UPDATE: Program News and Growth
Graduate programs in the School of Education are growing by leaps and bounds, and undergraduate teacher-education graduates are finding career success.
Jan
6
2022
ANNUAL UPDATE: New Faculty Welcomed
Baylor School of Education welcomed several new faculty members this fall, bringing the School’s total of full-time faculty members to 63. Each of the SOE's three departments added faculty members.
Jan
5
2022
Leadership — a State of Mind
Baylor Associate Professor Dr. Bradley Carpenter, as a former principal and now a scholar in school leadership, sees educators under stress. And he is doing something about it.
Jan
4
2022
WEB EXTRA: More Info on Educator Well-Being
Dr. Bradley Carpenter, associate professor in the Department of Educational leadership, shares some additional helpful links for those seeking more information about educator well-being practices.
Jan
3
2022
ALUMNI PROFILE: Rebecca Tipton DeClue, PhD ’20
It was a passion for gifted education that led Dr. Rebecca Tipton DeClue to study educational psychology. Once in the program, she discovered the challenges and rewards of a career in School Psychology.
Jan
2
2022
Grants and Honors
The Baylor Center for Developmental Disabilities (BCDD) and several individual faculty members received significant grant funding and honors in the fall of 2021.
Jan
1
2022
Celebrating Christian Educators
To provide support for Christians in education, Kim and Ken Wiseman chose to establish an endowment in the School of Education. “If all of us who are Christians walk away, what does that leave? If you take out the light, there’s just darkness,” Kim said.
May
17
2021
COVER STORY: Putting Research into Action
Through a prestigious national grant, Dr. Stephanie Gerow is designing a system to help agencies provide effective behavior interventions for children with developmental disabilities.
May
14
2021
Message from the Dean: Spring 2021
The School of Education is growing rapidly and pursuing cutting-edge research while continuing to advance Baylor's Christian mission and shape the future.
May
13
2021
SOE Faculty Win Top Baylor Awards
Three School of Education faculty members received awards in the university’s 2021 recognition program honoring exemplary teaching and research.
May
11
2021
K-12 EdD Program Celebrates First Graduates
The first graduates in the EdD program for K-12 leaders graduated in 2020 and are already having an impact in districts from Texas to Washington, D.C.
May
10
2021
ALUMNI PROFILE: Isaac Gittens, MSEd ’16
Sport Management graduate Isaac Gittens is the NFL's Senior Coordinator for Youth and High School Football. He shares insider info and "WEB EXTRA" content on his secrets to success!
May
8
2021
Mathematics Matters
As president of NCTM, Dr. Trena Wilkerson, Baylor professor of mathematics education, is working to bring equity in math education to each and every learner.
May
7
2021
WEB EXTRA: Message from NCTM President Trena Wilkerson
In her first column for NCTM, Dr. Wilkerson shared her own history of teaching, starting in Mandeville, Louisiana, where her principal called her "the greenest thing" he had ever hired. Click for the NCTM site.
May
6
2021
SOE News Briefs: Spring 2021
Read about a new book for college students, academic paper awards, and what's behind the name change of one SOE center to become the Baylor Center for School Leadership.
May
5
2021
Doctoral Student Awards
Baylor School of Education students shape the future, and these significant awards for graduate students illustrate the wide-ranging excellence of the leaders the SOE is preparing.
May
4
2021
Significant New Grants Expand Services
Baylor School of Education faculty have recently received grants to expand and enhance services to children with developmental disabilities and to deepen the diversity of students pursuing STEM careers.
May
3
2021
Science Education Synthesis
Grant-funded projects by Dr. Suzanne Nesmith and Dr. Stephanie Boddie are dovetailing and collaborating with numerous partners to bring professional development to science educators.
May
2
2021
The Teacher Ed Experience
Baylor’s teacher education program integrates hands-on learning in local schools, and no pandemic was going to stop that. If you’d like to glimpse a “day in the life” of a Baylor teacher education student who is teaching in local schools, Instagram is the place to do that.
May
1
2021
The Making of a Teacher
For Baylor freshman Lana Brady, finding her calling to teach was a long process — but it happened all in one week. To anyone who remembers those gut-wrenching high-school decisions, that makes perfect sense.
Nov
12
2020
COVER: Center for Christian Education Answers the Call
In March, Baylor’s Center for Christian Education (CCE) was well into arrangements for its annual summer learning academy, intending to welcome 250 educators to campus. Then COVID-19 hit. CCE made a quick pivot to help educators survive and thrive.
Nov
10
2020
Message from the Dean: Fall 2020
Dr. Shanna Hagan-Burke, who became Dean of the School of Education in July, shares her goals and gratitude for the School and for Baylor. Even arriving in the midst of a pandemic, she has felt a warm welcome.
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