When Elizabeth Olsen and Kalie Peck chose to study elementary education, they knew that one day they would have classrooms of their own. What they didn’t know was that day would arrive sooner than they had ever anticipated. Overnight, these two girls went from being students to teachers when their practicum mentor suddenly became ill.
Getting to BYU
Elizabeth Olsen and Kalie Peck, elementary education students, taught 37 students when their practicum mentor suddenly became ill.
Power of Teaching lecture on motivating and believing in students
Teachers, and other professionals, parents, and students attended the fourth annual workshop to learn about best practices in autism
The 2016–2017 Educational Leadership Awards have been awarded to one student from each cohort
Kara Betts has worked in the EdLF Department for five years
Professor Geo-JaJa publishes a book on the effects of globalization on education systems