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  1. 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...

  2. 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 ...

  3. 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 ...

  4. 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 ...

  5. Profiles in intrapreneurship: Alumnus takes risks and innovates from within

    ... expectations for adults and students. My favorite part about it is seeing either one student, a whole grade level, a teacher or whole ... for the teachers to do that.” Learn more about our undergraduate degrees . Learn about our graduate ...

  6. Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College year in review 2017

    ... has been in the classroom for 23 years. Find out more about her story . 4. 14 times our faculty were recognized for changing ... to the college, their disciplines and their students. Read about our recognized faculty . 5. ASU #11 in world for education in 2017 ...

  7. 14 times our faculty were recognized for changing the face of education this year

    Thu, 09/28/2017 - 11:15 Supported by staff and fulfilled through students, the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College mission is followed through by our esteemed faculty. They are creative intrapreneurs, dedicated to the college, their...

  8. Phoenix teacher devotes 33-year career to Title I school

    ... was full of veterans,” Nelda says. “I think there were about 6,500 students in the entire college at the time, and they were mostly ...

  9. Adam Carberry

    ... reflection: How educators experience the opportunity to talk about supporting student reflection . Educational Research Methods (ERM) ...

  10. Saying thanks (and “I love you”) years later, to a mentor

    ... . Here are the remarks Cordova shared with the audience about his former teacher. John Cordova Ladies ... that instrument. I don’t remember what he first said to me about playing an instrument. It was common for me to practice an hour to two ...

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