The award is given annually to 15 OPS teachers who demonstrate exceptional dedication to their students and classrooms.
Omaha World Herald OpEd, written by Nancy Edick, Lois G. Roskens Dean, highlights the connection between COE & MOEC for educational excellence in our community.
COE will recognize generations of alumni for their significant contributions to their communities and profession at the 27th Hollie Bethel Distinguished Alumni Luncheon.
From service learning opportunities to mock interviews, Nitchals credits her experiences in COE to the success she's found in achieving her goals.
A Celebration of his Life will be held at the UNO Alumni Center, June 7 from 3-5 PM. Don spent 31 years with the School of HPER - he was a national leader and researcher in the urban trails movement.
Dr. Sarah Edwards, Teacher Education Department Chair, explains how COE's relationship with AACTE and CAEP, accrediting bodies, helps keep target in focus by addressing the dynamics that go into preparing teacher candidates for the classroom.
Through a $10.1 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Biomechanics Research Building is home to the Center for Research in Human Movement Variability.
Through the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program, UNO will be able to provide stronger guidance for high school-level math teachers in an innovative collaboration model between the College of Education and the College of Arts and Sciences.
"For a beginning teacher, navigating the world of a new school environment can be difficult. The experience brings up a myriad of question and concerns-from how to inspire students to adapting to unique student needs. UNO's College of Education's partnership with the Metropolitan Omaha Educational Consortium serves to address these issues for new educators so they can find success and confidence."