It was the first time the College of Education led a briefing at the UN. An effective education requires more than a top-down approach, two Lehigh education professors said last week at a United Nations panel discussion titled “NGO Partners and Resources: A Global Grassroots Approach to Education for All.” Alexander W. Wiseman, associate... Read more »
Educational leaders from across the Lehigh Valley region tried to sort through the potential impact of President-elect Donald Trump’s shocking win as well as statewide election results as they gathered Wednesday at Lehigh to discuss current and future issues regarding school governance. Hosted by the Lehigh University School Study Council, the... Read more »
Dr. Lisa Thomas is the 2017 recipient of the E.G. “Ted” Carr Early Career Practitioner Award.
In her classroom, students participate in lessons that are dynamic, interactive, technology-based, and problem-focused utilizing a team approach for collaborative learning. Her instructional plans are based on Universal Backward Design supported by the AP College Board’s Curriculum Framework for AP Calculus.
Elizabeth earned a B.S.,... Read more »
Studies show full-day kindergarten helps students coming from low socioeconomic homes. Research is less clear on the impact to already high-achieving students, said Brook Sawyer, an assistant professor at Lehigh University's College of Education. Still, Sawyer said, there's a practical advantage to full-day kindergarten, too. "It's a real... Read more »