15 03, 2021

Gift to CofC Focuses on Teacher Education and Underserved Children

By |2021-03-29T10:08:16-04:00March 15, 2021|Academics, All News|Comments Off on Gift to CofC Focuses on Teacher Education and Underserved Children

Charleston businessman Ben Navarro, founder and CEO of Sherman Financial Group, and his wife Kelly, announced on Monday, March 15, a significant gift through the Beemok Family Foundation that will enhance the College of Charleston’s reputation as a leading educator of teachers.

11 01, 2021

Alumna’s Legacy to ‘Keep Going’ With New Scholarship

By |2021-01-26T09:34:36-05:00January 11, 2021|All News, Alumni|Comments Off on Alumna’s Legacy to ‘Keep Going’ With New Scholarship

Special education major Emily Turner is the first recipient of the Elizabeth R. Reid Endowed Memorial School of Education, Health, and Human Performance Scholarship, which honors the life of alumna Elizabeth Reid.

14 12, 2020

First Year Experience Offers Students Lessons Outside the Classroom

By |2021-01-06T10:32:04-05:00December 14, 2020|Academics, All News, Students|Comments Off on First Year Experience Offers Students Lessons Outside the Classroom

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, faculty teaching First Year Experience courses at the College of Charleston found ways to continue offering students learning opportunities outside of the classroom.

20 10, 2020

Alumna Creates New Scholarship to Support Education Majors

By |2020-11-04T11:02:55-05:00October 20, 2020|All News, Alumni|Comments Off on Alumna Creates New Scholarship to Support Education Majors

Alumna Victoria Thompson '15, along with her wife, has established the Thompson Johnson Scholarship for Teacher Education to support CofC education majors during their clinical internship semester.

14 08, 2020

Former Call Me MISTER Director Remembered as Model Citizen, Educator

By |2020-08-26T09:51:42-04:00August 14, 2020|All News, Campus Life|Comments Off on Former Call Me MISTER Director Remembered as Model Citizen, Educator

Longtime South Carolina representative and former director of the College of Charleston's Call Me MISTER program Floyd Breeland, who died last week at the age of 87, is remembered as a caring and kind leader who motivated everyone he met.

28 05, 2020

8 Online Summer Courses That Make Learning Cool

By |2020-06-17T12:01:38-04:00May 28, 2020|Academics, All News|Comments Off on 8 Online Summer Courses That Make Learning Cool

With 386 sections of online courses on the summer schedule, there’s no shortage of opportunities for CofC students to keep the momentum of their education going as the temperature creeps up.

15 05, 2020

New Call Me MISTER Scholarship Honors Interim Provost Frances Welch

By |2020-06-02T14:27:57-04:00May 15, 2020|Academics, All News|Comments Off on New Call Me MISTER Scholarship Honors Interim Provost Frances Welch

The Fran Welch Teacher Education Endowed Scholarship honors Frances Welch, interim provost and executive vice president of academic affairs.

29 04, 2020

Professor Supports Educators in the Wake of COVID-19

By |2020-05-06T13:33:28-04:00April 29, 2020|Academics, All News|Comments Off on Professor Supports Educators in the Wake of COVID-19

Assistant Professor of Teacher Education Ian O'Byrne is a founding member of the Higher Ed Learning Collective, which was originally formed to support educators amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

28 04, 2020

Student Teachers Seamlessly Shift to Online Instruction for K-12 Students

By |2020-05-06T08:39:24-04:00April 28, 2020|Academics, All News|Comments Off on Student Teachers Seamlessly Shift to Online Instruction for K-12 Students

For CofC's student teachers, moving to online instruction was an opportunity to test their teaching skills in new and different ways.

24 03, 2020

Education Professor Talks About Leaning into New Norm of Learning

By |2020-04-09T12:31:05-04:00March 24, 2020|Academics, All News, Side Feature|Comments Off on Education Professor Talks About Leaning into New Norm of Learning

Teacher Education Professor Margaret Hagood offers five tips to help parents and children cope with life and learning in the era of COVID-19.