Instructors can stop worrying about evaluation revenge as long as they use practices in the classroom that students perceive as fair.
Becky Rausch has had a passion for teaching since she was a little girl. But rearing eight children and serving as a paraprofessional left her little time to complete an education degree. That is, until the past two years.
The Learning and Performance Research Center at Washington State University is hosting its sixth annual Methods Workshop, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursday-Friday, May 10-11, on the Pullman campus.
Ron Mittelhammer, the latest recipient of the WSU Alumni Association’s Alumni Achievement Award, is stepping down as dean to return to classroom.
The student-nominated award for top Global Campus instructor provides $3,000 in faculty development funds.
Tamara Holmlund and others are part of a project to improve STEM teacher preparation in Washington state, increase recruitment of qualified and diverse STEM students into teaching.
Greater access to state certification is the goal of a new WSU effort focusing on specific groups of educators, including those with indigenous backgrounds.
By C. Brandon Chapman, College of Education
PULLMAN, Wash. – Thanks to two state grants, Washington State University is providing greater access for specific groups of educators to become state-certified teachers.
Apply for an OER Development Grant to bring quality, low-cost technologies to help make the most of your instructional material.
Currently, there is no teaching endorsement program for computer science at any of Washington’s universities, which advocates say makes program development in the subject increasingly important in today’s advancing technological society.