Together on Wednesday, April 28th, 2021, support Oregon State University's College of Education and help prepare aspiring teachers, counselors and leaders in education by giving a gift. Thanks to our donors – the Dixie Luana Wooton Kenney Trust, the Charles Carpenter Family, and Susan Gardner – when you donate to any of the College of Education funds, your donation will be counted towards a specific challenge gift.
The MAT Clinically Based Elementary program and some of our students are featured in the spring issue of the Oregon Stater, OSU’s alumni magazine. We’re so glad for the opportunity to share the work we’ve undertaken, especially with our district partners.
You’ll see several of our wonderful teacher candidates featured: Kimberly Skinner (Beaverton School District, Class of 2020), Daniel Dai (Portland Public Schools Dual Language Teacher Resident, Class of 2021), Laura Plomer (Hillsboro School District, Class of 2022), and Madeline Elmer (Beaverton School District, Class of 2021)
At Oregon State University’s College of Education, we develop a diverse and inclusive community of scholars, educators and change agents.
We are deeply engaged with equity and anti-racism work in our research, teaching and service. Our faculty include award-winning scholars, producing cutting-edge, equity-minded research.
Here in the College of Education at Oregon State University, we understand that there is uncertainty around COVID-19 and around the immediate status of our programs. We are here to provide you with a quality education whether remotely or completely online with Ecampus. Whether you’re just looking, have applied, have been admitted or are currently enrolled, we welcome you to contact us with questions or concerns. Please know that we are committed to your success and safety.
Elliott, who has a doctorate in curriculum and instruction, is associate professor of mathematics education at Oregon State University. Historically, mathematics education has been a gatekeeper, sorting the proverbial rocket scientists from the masses. But humanity faces unprecedented challenges, and mathematical literacy is crucial to solving social and scientific problems.
Susan Gardner, a higher education professor at the University of Maine with a strong focus on equity and inclusion in education throughout her career, has been named dean of Oregon State University’s College of Education. She will start Feb. 28.
Choi, Bouwma-Gearhart, and Ermis conducted a systematic literature of scholarship regarding the identity development of education sciences doctoral students. Identity development occurs at the intersection of student, faculty, program, disciplinary, institutional, and larger sociocultural contexts. The authors found that identity as scholar emerges as recognition by self and others of possessing and exhibiting adequate levels of competence, confidence, autonomy, and agency with respect to scholarly activities, products, and communities.
Assistant Professor, Bach Mai Dolly Nguyen, is working on a project that aims to help integrate public health and education data. She is featured in the Seattle Times speaking to Oster's work and the need for more COVID-19 data collection in schools.
Book Sustainable Development of Human Capital with a chapter by Dr. Darlene Russ-Eft and doctoral student Laura Boehme has been released.