School of Teaching, Learning and Curriculum Studies

Karl Kosko, Ph.D., and his colleagues use virtual reality goggles and 360 videos to help train future teachers. A trio of Kent State University researchers has landed a large federal grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to apply a novel video technology to train future teachers. The agency recently awarded a three-year, $1.48 million grant to Karl Kosko, Ph.D., associate professor of mathematics education; Richard Ferdig, PhD., professor of...

Members of Kent State University’s 2016-2017 Early Intervention Certificate Program cohort pose for a group photo. Students receive full tuition for one year, monthly stipend and iPad Kent State University’s Special Education program is seeking applicants for its Early Intervention Certificate Program for the 2017-2018 academic year. The program prepares individuals at the graduate level to work with infants and toddlers who have identified disabilities or...

Kent State University students studying middle childhood education pose in front of their artwork in their Teaching and Learning class in White Hall. University is one of three in the nation offering program Kent State University’s Middle Childhood Education program is the first in the state of Ohio to offer an undergraduate program authorized by the International Baccalaureate (IB) Organization: the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program Certificate in Teaching and Learning. The...

Kent State University students studying middle childhood education pose in front of their artwork in their Teaching and Learning class in White Hall. Science teacher Richard Dudley of Coventry Local Schools’ Coventry High School is the $20,000 Ohio winner of the 2015-16 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest. Dudley and his STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) elective students designed an innovative STEM project that they are bringing to life through a video and website. Contest...

Kent State University students studying middle childhood education pose in front of their artwork in their Teaching and Learning class in White Hall. Kent State University has been named to the 2014 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, which is the highest federal recognition an institution can receive for its commitment to community, service-learning and civic engagement.  The Corporation for National and Community Service began awarding this honor in 2006 in...