While NIU and the rest of the world navigate coronavirus (COVID-19), we’re sharing details of how our current student-teachers and alumni-educators are overcoming the challenges of “business as usual” in innovative and effective ways that benefit learners.
Keep checking this space for updated coverage!
May 4 spotlights:
- Food for thought: Special Ed faculty tap technology to maintain early clinicals
- Alumna Yuni Lopez experiences strike, COVID-19 in wild first year of teaching
April 27 spotlights:
- Katie Pasternak, Elementary Education major
- Kristy Wittman Howell, Ed.D. in Community College Leadership student
April 20 spotlights:
- Chloe Burns, Special Education major
- Rachel Bicksler, Elementary Education major
- Caitlin Nelson, Jerry L. Johns Literacy Clinic
April 13 spotlights:
- Jeremy Rehmus, Middle Level and Teaching major
- Donna Cairy, alumna, special education teacher at Monroe High School in Monroe, Wis.
- Jennifer Schroeder, alumna, second-grade teacher at North Grove Elementary School in Sycamore
April 6 spotlights:
- Sofia Porrovecchio, Special Education major
- Jimena Moreno, Elementary Education major
- Grace Tipton, alumna, special education teacher at Columbus West Elementary School in Cicero
- Patty Rieman, alumna, associate professor of education at Carthage College in Kenosha, Wis.
We want to know what our teacher-licensure students and educator-alums and are doing to “keep teaching.” Please complete our Educators in Action online form to tell us how you’re promoting eLearning with your students during the COVID-19 situation!