Arts Express Inspires Teachers to Integrate Global Art Forms in Classroom Lessons

The 2019 Arts Express Conference encourages teachers to integrate global art forms into all school subjects.

With more than fifty breakout sessions and topics ranging from Japanese Bunraku puppetry to Turkish marble painting to inclusion for those on the autism spectrum, the 2019 Arts Express conference encouraged teachers to integrate the arts into classroom lessons.

Andy Gibbons’ Lifetime of Work Recognized

AECT presented Andy Gibbons with the J. Michael Spector Appreciation Award at the 2018 annual convention

Andy Gibbons was given the J. Michael Spector Appreciation Award, which recognizes members who have provided exemplary long-term service and leadership to AECT…

Teaching as a Sacred Act: Isaac Calvert Shares His Expertise

Meet the new assistant professor in the EdLF department

Isaac Calvert is a new assistant professor in the EdLF Department. His areas of expertise include teaching and learning practices, philosophy of education,…

Four New Displays Installed in the David O. McKay Building

These new displays highlight the purpose of the McKay School of Education

Be sure to walk the halls of the McKay Building sometime soon to experience these displays for yourself!

Teacher Diversity Suffers in the Mountain West States

Michael Hansen, PhD, presented on the region’s increasing need for a diverse teacher workforce

The need for teachers of color is most compelling in the Mountain West region, where demographic trends point to large population swings to come. In this…

The Place Where Culture, Spirituality, and Psychotherapy Meet

The Polynesian American Psychology Research (Poly Psi) Team traveled to American Samoa and New Zealand this summer to conduct research

The McKay School’s Poly Psi Team traveled to American Samoa and New Zealand this summer to conduct research on spiritual, cultural, and indigenous ways of…