Luke Wilcox named 2017-18 Michigan Teacher of the Year

May 23, 2017

Luke Wilcox, M.Ed. and GVSU alum, was named 2017-18 Michigan Teacher of the Year (MTOY) by the Michigan Department of Education.

Kenowa Hills Co-Teaching Spotlight

March 28, 2017

Kenowa Hills Public Schools and GVSU's College of Education are in their 2nd year of collaborating in a co-teaching partnership, which was featured in an MLive news article and video.

River City Water Festival on 3/25

March 14, 2017

The River City Water Festival was held Saturday, 3/25 at the Grand Rapids Public Museum.

Co-teaching Program with Kenowa Hills

February 13, 2017

A partnership between the College of Education and Kenowa Hills Public School District is showing positive results for K-3 student achievement, so much so that KHPS is hoping to expand the program.

Five COE Faculty Awarded

February 3, 2017

Five College of Education faculty were awarded for their service and excellence at GVSU's Faculty Awards Convocation.

BigByte Session highlights Video-based Technology

February 1, 2017

The College of Education sponsored a �BigByte� session focused on using video-based technology to observe and support K-12 and college-level classroom teaching and learning. 

Luke Wilcox receives Outstanding Alumni Educator Award

December 10, 2016

At the College of Education's December 2016 Convocation, Luke Wilcox was presented with the Outstanding Alumni Educator Award by the College of Education's Alumni Association.

Tiffany Steele awarded Outstanding Master's Thesis

December 9, 2016

The 2016 Dean's Award for Outstanding Master's Thesis was presented to Tiffany Steele at the College of Education's December convocation.

COE Decorates Bags for Kids' Food Basket

October 21, 2016

Students, faculty and staff members from the College of Education and School of Criminal Justice decorated and donated more than 1,400 brown paper bags to Kids' Food Basket of Grand Rapids.

New COE Admission Requirement

October 14, 2016

Due to updated accreditation requirements by CAEP, the College of Education will require an official copy of the reading, mathematics, and writing sub-scores from the ACT or SAT for initial programs, effective Fall, 2017.

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