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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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Are you ready for a change?

As we welcome 2016, many of us make resolutions wanting to improve and change our lives. Change can be positive, but, sometimes, too many changes happening too fast based on too little information lead to chaos, frustration, and fatigue.

State Representative Terry Austin shared at […]

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The only way to abolish war is to make peace seem heroic.
—John Dewey

Recently, Butler University alumnus Rob Goodwin came to campus to speak to Dr. Arthur Hochman’s and Professor Cathy Hartman’s undergraduate first-year course in teacher education. Rob is a teacher in Ferguson, Missouri. […]

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Please join us in the College of Education as we offer assistance to a few families in need this holiday season.  We have worked with social workers at our two of our partnership laboratory schools (IPS/Butler Lab School and Shortridge High School: An IB World School) to identify two families from each school who would […]

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The Indiana Partnership for Young Writers, a program of the Butler University College of Education, will release its sixth anthology of student writing on December 14, 2015. The book, titled Listening Still, features poems, essays, articles and fiction by 175 students in grades pre-K through eight. The work comes from 29 schools in Indiana.

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What is extraordinary in the human mind is not only our capacity to move from one language to another, from one ‘intelligence’ to another;  we are also capable of reciprocal listening that makes communication and dialogue possible.  Children are the most extraordinary listeners of all.

—Dr. Louise Cadwell, author […]

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The College of Education has been up to a few things this past school year.  We’re very happy to share our Year in Review with our students and their families, alumni, and supporters. In this publication, you’ll hear stories from faculty, students, and alumni!  Please take a look at our Year in Review (PDF) magazine.  We’d […]

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The Butler University College of Education recently created several certificate programs, which can be used for up to 12 credit hours in a graduate program should candidates decide to pursue graduate work.

Accelerated Alternative Program/Certificate for Initial Licensure in Mild Interventions

There is a nationwide shortage of qualified teachers in special education. To enter […]

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