Interested in studying abroad?  WE WANT YOU to travel Infant Toddler Centers of Reggio Emilia. Because of their reputation, and because demand is high, the opportunity to visit these schools is rare. Don’t miss your chance to explore these internationally acclaimed schools, meet with world-renowned teachers, and interact with educators from around the globe!

DATES: October 15-22, 2016

PARTICIPATION FEE: $2,850 or $3,150 Cost […]

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Each year, Dr. Ena Shelley travels to Washington, D.C. for AACTE’s Day on the Hill where she visits our state’s Senators and House Representatives to discuss education, education policy and the impact that those policies have on education in our state.




This year, Dr. Shelley, Shawn Sriver, and Ben Hunter, Butler University’s […]

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Book showcases Reggio-inspired principles of teaching
By Julie Patterson

In the classroom, “Listen” is a directive most people think of giving the students, but Butler University professor Susan Adamson says it is the teachers who must listen in order for students to learn.

Adamson, assistant professor of early/middle childhood in Continue Reading


My name is William N. Aaron Bork. I’m a 2011 Butler College of Education (COE) graduate. I’m now in my 4th year serving students as an education professional. For the past two years I’ve been an elementary English foreign language teacher at 公館國小 Gongguan Elementary School, in 苗栗 Miaoli County, 台灣 Taiwan. […]

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What are you noticing?


I recently watched an Oprah Winfrey interview with Daniel Goleman, PhD, author of the classic book Emotional Intelligence and his newest book, A Force for Good: The Dalai Lama’s Vision for Our World.

Isn’t it interesting how sometimes an interview, book, or […]

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Who Will Be Teaching Our Children?

Teaching has been front and center both in the media and on many legislative agendas this year. Concern has been raised about teacher shortages, a lack of interest by high school students in pursing teaching, and the future of the […]

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“When you come to the edge of all that you know,
you must believe one of two things:

There will be ground to stand. Or you will grow wings to fly.”


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Dr. Mindy Welch and her PE 331 Physical and Health Education Methods for Early and Middle Childhood class were first to utilize the new Video Lounge in the Center for Academic Technology (CAT), recently relocated to the third floor of Irwin Library. CAT hosted their annual digital videography […]

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