Literacy Corner links grad students with community kids for a monthlong exploration of the wonder of words
Associate Professor Katie Kelly and adjunct instructor Marie Havran M'12 pen pieces that were among the International Literacy Association's The Top 10 Most Read Literacy Now Blog Posts of 2020.
A brief round-up of news from the education department includes Paul Thomas, Katie Kelly, Temi Bidjerano and two alumnae.
Student groups visited Denmark, New Zealand, Australia and New Mexico during the optional three-week term.
“Reading to Make a Difference: Using Literature to Help Students Speak Freely, Think Deeply, and Take Action” is published by Heinemann and co-authored by Lester Laminack.
Education professor Katie Kelly and her team of 22 graduate candidates take aim at declining literacy and rising third grade retention rates in South Carolina.
Furman alumna Kimberly Anderson '15 helps her third-grade class tie their dreams to a "wish tree."
Johnna Malici and her fifth-grade class aim to raise awareness and support for refugees