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At Appalachian, an institution that was founded in 1899 for the preparation of teachers, we believe quality teacher education programs can be recognized through several characteristics.

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College of Education News

Highlighting our Retiring Staff, Ms. Jill Holmes

Ms. Jill Holmes, the assistant to the director of the early core field experience, has retired following the spring semester. Ms. Holmes served as the PSY 3010 coordinator for the past five years. Ms. Holmes worked with all teacher education candidates at Appalachian State University in their early... [more]

Recognizing our Retiring Faculty, Linda Veltze

What has my time spent in the RCOE meant to me?It has meant the opportunity to use and develop my mind and heart to the fullest, to take what God blessed me with in academic talent and use it for the development of academic talent in others. It has allowed me to be an educator for the world, and... [more]

Summer Student Spotlight: Pankaj Desai

May 1, 2015 -  Meet Pankaj Desai. Pankaj is a current graduate student pursuing his master’s degree in higher education with a concentration in community college and university leadership in the Reich College of Education. Appalachian’s Higher Education Graduate Program interested him because... [more]

Summer Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Darrell Morris

“Teaching kids to read is a passion for me,” said Dr. Darrell Morris, director and reading clinician in Appalachian’s Reading Clinic. “It fulfills my values and is incredibly intellectually stimulating.” The Appalachian Reading Clinic is the oldest reading clinic in the state of North Carolina.... [more]
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