Teachers College, Henderson has received three separate grants from the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to fund institutes and academies this summer in ESOL, Special Education Resource, and Online Teaching. Each of these academies culminates in the completion of ...
Regine Skelton, Forester, State of AR Dept. of Agriculture, Division of Forestry, and assistants, visited with Dr. Martin's Widerness Policy Management class yesterday. "Special Guest" with Tiara Burgess
The Master of Science in Teacher Leadership is based on a previous degree, but the core courses have been enhanced based on feedback from school district partners. “This updated degree gives those with leadership aspirations a path to advance into teacher leadership roles,” said Dr. Celya Taylor, dean of Teachers College Henderson. “Teachers can expand their leadership potential beyond the classroom while maintaining their instructional impact and student connections within their own classrooms.” The teacher leadership degree is built around an updated online core of 18 hours that can be used to obtain the instructional facilitator licensure endorsement and teacher leadership licensure designation. The remainder of the 30-36 hour degree includes an emphasis area selected by the teacher. Providing even greater flexibility, the degree plan allows teachers to select an interdisciplinary option and create their own emphasis area based upon their leadership goals. For more information about all the degrees offered in the Department of Advanced Instructional Studies and Special Education, go to hsu.edu/teacher-leadership, or contact Dr. Charlotte Wright, department chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration begins in April for summer and fall courses.
As part of National Public Lands Day and in partnership with Keep Arkansas Beautiful, Arkansas State Parks, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the HSU/HPER Collegiate Recreation Society, (C.R.S.), participated in the 42nd annual Shoreline Cleanup on Saturday, September 26. The mission of the C.R.S. Student Organization is to promote the professional field of Recreation and its focus areas of Natural Resource Management, Leisure Services Management, Sport Management, and Hospitality and Tourism through servant leadership, community engagement, socialization, and professional development. Check out the HSU Collegiate Recreation Society on Facebook!
This has been an unprecedented semester for Henderson State University and for Teachers College, Henderson faculty and students it has been no exception. Over the course of the Spring semester faculty and students shifted to remote instruction on March 13th due to the Covid-19 virus. Since that time, we have seen professors and students step up to the plate in regards to student learning and learning of their own. Below are just a few of the amazing accomplishments associated with Teachers College, Henderson. It is our hope that as members of our Henderson family, you will read these with great pride.
Dr. Lewis Kanyiba & Dr. Jane Opiri of Teachers College, Henderson presented at the 12th Annual KESSA on September 13-14 th 2019 at the Atlanta Marriot Marquis in Atlanta GA. KESSA is an organization that brings together African scholars in diaspora to promote and advance their scholarly, scientific and research work.
On Saturday September 21st, the student chapter of the Arkansas Educators Association (SAEA) volunteered at Habitat for Humanity’s Restore in downtown Hot Springs as part of Reddie to Serve. ReStore is a non-profit home improvement store that accepts donations of household items that include everything from glassware to the kitchen sink. Profits from ReStore are placed back into sustainable housing efforts in the local community and around the world.