Technology’s impact on literacy instruction is unprecedented, and the Chanticleer Literacy Lab is responding. During the spring of 2013, the Lab used grant monies to purchase iPads, and the Content Area Literacy course’s (EDLL 618) professor, Dr. Todd Cherner, created a method for his students to explore how they could More >
The literacy faculty of the Spadoni College of Education established a new outreach program in August, 2012 – the Chanticleer Literacy Lab. As the Lab’s inaugural year comes to a close, we would like to share some of our successes. First, the Lab served more than 30 PreK-12 students with More >
Interested in earning your M.Ed. with a concentration in Instructional Technology? Here are a few new reasons to choose Coastal Carolina University…
- - All online: Beginning Summer Session 1 2013, all coursework will be available 100% online.
- - Online teaching endorsement: Our State Department of Education approved “online teaching endorsement” can be earned in More >
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The Spadoni College of Education (SCOE) of Coastal Carolina University cordially invites you to attend the Fall 2012 Education Forum titled “Literacy: The Heart of the Community.” With the adoption of the Common Core Standards and continued reliance on high stakes tests to measure the preparedness of students entering college More >
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Dr. Jeanne Cobb, Professor of Literacy Education, and five early childhood preservice teachers presented a workshop at the Technology at the Beach Conference held at the Sea Mist Conference Center in Myrtle Beach on Friday, March 30, 2012. The workshop was entitled, “Jazz Up your Early Childhood Classroom with Digital More >
Coastal Carolina University’s Spadoni College of Education Consortium for Educational Research and Evaluation (CERE) will host a Global Education Forum on Tuesday, April 24th, beginning with a reception at 6:00 p.m. The program begins at 6:30 p.m. The event will be held in the E. Craig Wall College of Business More >
Education majors who are members of the Spadoni College of Education Student South Carolina Education Association (S-SCEA) planned and successfully conducted a community literacy event entitled, “Reading Around the Globe.” The students and SCOE faculty members worked alongside teachers of the Horry County Education Association unit under the direction of More >
M.Ed. candidate Regina Pieterse demonstrates to HCS teachers the use of cloud based storage services to improve professional productivity. (Photo: Bill Edmunds)
Coastal Carolina University graduate students conducted technology training workshops for Horry County teachers in campus labs on Feb. 20. Billed as the first annual Instructional Technology Symposium, the event was More >