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BCBA Certification Recently Added to BYU Special Education Master’s Degree

Applications will be accepted until January 15, 2018

BYU special education master’s degree students can take the the required coursework to meet eligibility standards to take the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) exam.

Understanding and Healing from Sexual Trauma

BYU Victim Advocate Lisa M. Leavitt discussed sexual trauma, resources available to students, and the healing process

The David O. McKay School of Education and the School of Nursing hosted BYU Victim Advocate Lisa M. Leavitt who discussed sexual trauma, the healing process,…

Lois Hetland Encourages Education Leaders to Implement the Arts in Schools

Project Zero affiliate Lois Hetland shares the Studio Habits of Mind at the Learning Edge Conference

Lois Hetland explains how art education can help students make connections between other school subjects, creating a more expansive learning experience.

Teaching through Text Messages

IP&T Master’s Student Cade Dopp Brings Tech to Education in Rural Ghana

BYU IP&T master’s student Cade Dopp spent July 2017 in a small village in Ghana piloting a text message-based tutoring system with junior high students.…

Third Annual Kaha Nui Summit Looks Beyond Four-year Degrees

Ifo Pili, MPA, shares life experiences and inspires students to seek graduate degrees

This year the Kaha Nui Summit focused on encouraging BYU students to learn, connect, and be inspired to prepare for post-baccalaureate work. Keynote speaker…

Promoting the Arts: The Learning Edge Conference

Education leaders discuss methods of using arts education to improve their schools.

CITES is gearing up for its fifth annual Learning Edge Conference, where school administrators will gather to learn about the importance of arts education.