B.S. in Middle Grades EducationThe program emphasizes advancement of candidate understanding of adolescent development, educational psychology, curriculum, assessment, and teaching strategies particular to the teaching of middle grades education. Through yearlong clinical experiences, candidates apply all they have learned so that they can impact the learning of all of their students.
B.S. in Early Childhood Education: Birth through KindergartenGraduates of the program will be prepared to provide instruction to very young children. Graduates will also be familiar with global perspectives on early learning and teaching. The B-K Undergraduate Degree Program addresses the needs of the whole child based on national and state standards.
M.Ed. Teacher LeadershipThe program is a 36 hour program, and is delivered in an online format. The M.Ed. program’s focus on adult learning strategies, family and school collaboration, peer coaching and research prepares candidates for instructional leadership. Course assignments including a residency project and research are in done in KSU partner schools.
New Reality for Teacher TrainingThe Bagwell College of Education’s mixed-reality avatar lab simulates a multitude of situations that teachers can experience.
Bagwell College opens interactive research labThe IRML is based on the Hopscotch model, a research framework and web-based tool that Jorrín-Abellán developed in 2015.
Dr. Holly W. Arnold Selected by U.S. Department of StateDr. Arnold is part of a select group, as one of approximately 80 U.S. citizens each year selected to serve on an English Language Specialist assignment.