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  1. A passion for history is her guide

    ... that I realized that I may be able to get more kids excited about history through my teaching. Q: How has your experience at ASU ... the workforce as a teacher. Q: What excites you about teaching? A: What most excites me about teaching is getting ...

  2. Confronting racial bias in school discipline

    ... change that. Working with schools to improve outcomes About that time, Carl Hermanns was meeting with one of those leaders from ... life,” Dzanic said. “It’s an approach to thinking about how we rebuild communities and sustain healthy relationships, because we ...

  3. Getting kids to read when reading hurts

    ... to choose what they read and talk with other kids about it.” Udio's project space encourages students to create ... develop further,” Graham says. Learn more about graduate programs in Leadership and Innovation at Mary Lou Fulton ...

  4. After 23 years in the classroom, Arizona’s Teacher of the Year is still learning

    ... teaching profession. Doherty wants to get the message out about early literacy. “I’ve taught kindergarten, first, second and third ... Doherty works with first-grader Nyiah Gomez on a lesson about weather at Encanto Elementary School in Phoenix. Doherty, an alumna of ...

  5. “Sometimes you need to start somewhere new to be successful.”

    ... headache? People who complain, but don't do anything about it Last book you read: “The Castle of Otranto” by ... What is a favorite job from your past, and what did you like about it? I loved being a tutor for elementary school students during my ...

  6. Strengthening Institutional Linkages — ASU and Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Kumasi, Ghana

    A nation’s universities can play a central role in confronting challenges of social and economic development. But global progress can outpace the capacity of some universities to adequately prepare their graduates to meet those challenges. This...

  7. ASU experts bring real-life science to Phoenix Comicon

    ...   Q: What kind of science will you talk about at Phoenix Comicon? A: For Batman, I’ll talk about Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy, both of whom are scientists. Harley Quinn ...

  8. A grant, a camp and a vision

    ... support teachers in implementing ways of instruction about the populations they are reaching.    The grant “All ... largest teacher prep colleges in the country; we graduate about 1,500 new teachers a year, yet we have very few who are grads with ...

  9. Higher and Postsecondary Education (MEd)

    The most innovative and effective educators stretch. They're relentless. They suspect that there's always a better way---and they find it. Those who attend graduate programs at ASU's Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College receive best-in-class...

  10. Our rising future: MLFTC sponsors Educators Rising 2017 National Conference

    ... encouraging them to dive deep into what they’re passionate about today is the primary foundation for a lifetime of adventure and ... profession is more than just being an educator, “It’s about providing children with an education that prepares them for their ...

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