Temple University formally recognizes that standardized testing is not always the best measure of student performance. An admissions officer— and doctorate-holding alumna—proves it.
Temple University College of Education alumnus Matt Bergman was named the Pennsylvania Association for Educational Communications and Technology (PAECT) 2015 Outstanding Teacher of the Year. Bergman is the first graduate of the Instructional Learning Technology Certificate.
On Tuesday, November 4 in the Shimada Resource Center, The Office of Career and Student Development & Special Events hosted Chalk Talk: A First Year Teacher Panel. This event was one of four career development programs offered in the piloted Tuesday Teaching Techniques Fall 2014 series. College of Education students interacted with first year teachers, a principal, and a former superintendent to learn the true ins and outs of the first year of teaching!
We were delighted to welcome back to campus the following alumni:
Dr. Henry Tisdale, President of Claflin University, was selected as the College of Education Gallery of Success inductee for 2014.
Kal, EDU ’57, and Lucille Rudman have made a second transformative gift in support of TUTV-Temple University Television.
Removed from the daily rhythm of university life, Temple donors rarely have a chance to see the difference their financial support makes in the lives of students. This week, the Office of Institutional Advancement is hosting an event designed to strengthen that connection by giving students a convenient way of thanking those whose generosity makes their Temple education possible.