"Any former student of Dr. Sniad's can tell you that her class is by no means smooth sailing. Dr. Sniad encouraged us to dig deeper into the content and to think critically about the topics. We were pushed to be the best educators we could be.”
This award is in recognition of the lifelong achievement of Palmer O. Johnson as a dedicated educator, and further in recognition of his pioneer work in educational research and methodology.
Created by teachers, for teachers, National Board Certification is the profession's mark of accomplished teaching. The Philadelphia Federation of Teachers (PFT) and the School District of Philadelphia (SDP) are pleased to announce they are collaborating to reestablish the National Board Teacher Support Program at Temple University.
On Saturday, May 6, 2017 Temple University’s College of Education, Temple Teacher Residency and the Fellowship-Black Male Educators for Social Justice will host BMEC 6: Edcamp.
"We see learning as a lifelong endeavor, and we have the resources to support it.” -- Dr. Gregory M. Anderson, Dean of the College of Education
On Monday August 21, 2017, sky watchers from around the United States will be treated an amazing celestial show: a total solar eclipse.
Got Cardboard? The Institute’s new grant might change people’s perception of this everyday material forever.
On April 19, 2017, hundreds of community stakeholders across Philadelphia and bridging across sectors - government, community, philanthropy, and education - will gather to share their work and ideas on what it means to strengthen healthy vibrant and equitable communities and neighborhoods.