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Quality Teacher Education

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

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation Awards $100,000 to Appalachian to Support Math Education

August 12, 2015 - The Department of Curriculum and Instruction has been awarded a two-year $100,000 grant to help support mathematics education. This grant will provide training to roughly 35 elementary mathematics teachers, who will then use the tools they have learned through this grant to... [more]

Music in the Mountains

 August 11, 2015 -Teachers and media coordinators from Alexander, Burke, Caldwell, and Watauga County Schools visited the Reich College of Education on July 29-30 to participate in the Mountain Music in the Classroom workshop. With grant support from the Blue Ridge National Heritage Area,... [more]

Rhododendron Society of Appalachian State University 2015 Inductees

August 7, 2015 - The Rhododendron Society of Appalachian State University honored three alumni for their prestigious award given annually. Chad S. Beasley, Bill G. Rhinehart, and T.R. Richards were inducted on July 25. The Rhododendron Society was established in 1999 and remains the most esteemed... [more]

Digital Leadership Conference

August 5, 2015 - The Reich College of Education hosted the Educational Leadership for the Digital Age Conference on Monday July 27th and Tuesday July 28th. The Keynote speaker was Mr. Eric Sheninger, a Senior Fellow and Thought Leader on Digital Leadership in Education (ICLE). He spoke on... [more]
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