Youngsters from the SAU Children's Campus—and the Rock Island Center for Math and Science—enjoyed a special morning.
Sallee Beneke, PhD, has become a nationally recognized expert.
A study by Asst. Professor of Education Laurie Jeans, PhD, suggests that "many characteristics of Autism Spectrum Disorders can be identified by the age of 2."
Students from Dale Blesz's diversity class moved from classroom studies—to learning in a Chicago neighborhood.
Singapore Math expert Ngan Hoe Lee, PhD, brings a unique perspective to St. Ambrose.
As I reflect on the last year and look forward to the coming year (as all good NBCTs must do), the word "renew" came to my mind.
The School of Education graduate programs moved in January from 35th Street to 1310 W. Pleasant Street. The building, at Pleasant and Marquette streets in Davenport, is shared with the Master of Speech-Language Pathology program.
An archaic means of submitting work for NBCT is now replaced with several clicks of the mouse.
Just a few short months ago, 11 students graduated from the Master of Education in Teaching program.
The course debuted the summer 2013 term and is being taught by Dr. Carpenter, Director of the School of Education. Students in the course are learning about the new paradigm for leadership in the 21st century.