Education

Happy anniversary, CELL

Happy anniversary, CELL

In honor of its 10th anniversary—a decade devoted to improving student learning around the state—the Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning at UIndy...

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Indiana embraces Project-Based Learning

Indiana embraces Project-Based Learning

Most higher education institutions take pride in maintaining tradition. UIndy’s Department of Teacher Education and its Center of Excellence in Leadership of...

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CELL brings TAP to high-need Indiana schools

CELL brings TAP to high-need Indiana schools

UIndy’s Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning and the state Department of Education are partnering to implement “TAP: The System for Teacher and Student...

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‘Here come the scientists!’ UIndy students infuse science lessons into second grade classrooms

‘Here come the scientists!’ UIndy students infuse science lessons into second grade classrooms

In second grade classrooms at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School, Fridays at 2:30 are the best time of the week. That’s when teachers tell students that “The...

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‘More fulfilling than I could have ever imagined’

‘More fulfilling than I could have ever imagined’

Fellowship pays off for first-year teacher —and his students Sometimes students make the best instructors. That’s one lesson David Johnson has learned in his...

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An alternative to gangs: Junior Giant Kings

An alternative to gangs: Junior Giant Kings

Young leaders make their mark at UIndy and beyond An interesting side of David Johnson’s work at Lynhurst 7th and 8th Grade Center involves the Junior Giant Kings,...

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On becoming a teacher

On becoming a teacher

‘Like trying to haul a net full of water across the room’ The following excerpt is from “Emerging Species,” Woodrow Wilson Fellow Keith Manring’s...

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UIndy picked for national Aspiring Teachers of Color prep program

UIndy picked for national Aspiring Teachers of Color prep program

The University of Indianapolis is one of just 27 institutions chosen for a national program to recruit and prepare talented teachers for high-need schools. The...

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Assignment: teaching

Woodrow Wilson program to graduate first cohort in December “It’s for real: After 14 years of living the dream as a working journalist, I am making the move...

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New Tech by the Numbers

New Tech by the Numbers

CELL takes the initiative on education reform New initiatives: 2010–14 Alternative High School Network. Uses research-based methods and problem-based learning...

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