The National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification (NASDTEC) today announced the first Model Code of Ethics for Educators (MCEE) to empower P-12 educators.
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The Office of Scholarship Support has a wide range of funding options and awards available for faculty, students, alumni, and their projects.
Center for Leadership and Educatonal Research Fellow Erik Bean, Ed.D. will present, Facebook Fictional Writing Caper, a social media tested lesson plan for grades 6-12 and higher education, at the 2015 e-Cornucopia conference held at Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan, June 12. Many faculty are uncertain how to best incorporated the popularity of social media for classroom lessons.
Check out the complete list of 2015 Scholarship Day presenters for the Detroit campus event.
In the 21st century, many companies seek to have the uniqueness of product development and subsequent growth that Apple, Google and others embody. The legendary success of these Design Thinking (DT) companies demonstrates that their products can replace the outdated versions, expand existing markets, and create new ones to obliterate the old products.
This month in the IRB Corner, we want to introduce everyone to an important guidance document that will help researchers determine if and when an Institutional Review Board (IRB) review is needed on a project AND what type of review to request.
The Chicago Campus recently held their annual Faculty Scholarship Day. At this event, they bring together research faculty to present and discuss ongoing and completed research projects. Below are some images from both the 2014 and 2015 events.
As we wrap up our second annual Call for Fellows, we’re excited to announce the newest additions to each of our Research Centers. Find the incoming fellows for your Research Center in your Center’s section, listed in alphabetical order below.
We are excited to inform you about forming two support threads to offer opportunity for you to interact with your colleagues and find answers for your questions. The following threads are available at Forum link at the Center for Educational and Instructional Research web site.
Komives, Wagner, and associates are in the process of producing the second edition of “Leadership for a Better World: Understanding the Social Change Model of Leadership Development” and are seeking student stories related to the Social Change Model (view first edition here). This would be a great opportunity for students to have their leadership stories highligh