Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College Archives

New rules would hold teachers’ colleges accountable

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For years, the U.S. Department of Education has rated teachers’ success based on how well their students performed on tests. Now, it wants to take a step back and evaluate how teachers are taught to teach. The department on Wednesday released new regulations aimed at assessing education colleges and programs that prepare teachers for their… Read More →

ASU is 11th in Teach For America corps members

Arizona State University ranked 11th in the nation among large universities for its number of graduating seniors joining Teach for America this year. Teach For America recently released it’s ranking of colleges and universities that contributed the greatest number of graduates to its 2014 teaching corps. ASU moved up three spots from number 14 in… Read More →

ASU partners with India to transform teacher preparation

Earthfest Provides Free Resources to Teachers

Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College faculty are sharing a path of teacher development they hope will lead to a better education for India’s burgeoning population of school-aged children. Called the India Support for Teacher Education Program (In-STEP), the year-long project funded by a $4.3 million grant from the U.S. Agency for International Development is bringing… Read More →

Video Games Go to College for groundbreaking ASU Program

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Much is being made over the explosion of video games in the classroom to teach a future generation of K-12 students. But what about the future teachers who will be teaching them? At Arizona State University, education students are reaching into their virtual future with the click of a mouse to test their teaching skills… Read More →