Two Ph.D. students in Clemson’s College of Education recently traveled to Tanzania to help secondary teachers develop greater knowledge of how to teach English as a third language. The trip represented the first step in a collaborative research project that will collect data over the course of two years on the impact of these development efforts on Tanzanian teachers.
Cassie Quigley, associate professor in Clemson’s College of Education, has released a new textbook on science education research. The book, “Exploring Emotions, Aesthetics and Wellbeing in Science Education Research,” covers new research dimensions related to the field including emotion, aesthetics and wellbeing in science education, areas that Quigley describes as not yet well established. “With […]
In 2017, Phillip Wilder, assistant professor of literacy in Clemson’s College of Education, will serve as United States consultant for Mwangaza, an organization focused on community health and educator development in Tanzania. Wilder will travel to Arusha, Tanzania and work closely with the staff at Mwangaza during his role as consultant, but it won’t be […]
Leslie Coker Fowler always knew that education was a priority in her family. But she never imagined her life would be devoted to educating others, from middle school students to medical students and residents.