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  • Erika Prince '15

    Erika has been awarded a Fulbright Teaching Fellowship and will teach English in Turkey during the 2015-16 academic year. More »
  • Lydia Hill '15

    This winter, Lydia participated in the Boston Urban Teaching Fellows Program along with students from Wellesley, Smith, Brandeis, and other northeastern liberal arts colleges.  She assisted in a 4th grade classroom in Boston and taught several math, writing, and social studies lessons. Sponsored by the Consortium for Excellence in Teacher Education (CETE), the internship is designed […] More »
  • Professor Bartolini

    Professor Bartolini will deliver the keynote address for the Southeast Education Professionals Partnership's Spring Enrichment Conference at Bridgewater State University on Saturday, April 11. More »
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    Derron Wallace ’07

    Derron Wallace lands the coveted Florence Levy Kay Fellowship from Brandeis University. More »
  • Book

    Professors Bartolini and LaConte

    Education professors Vicki Bartolini and Judy LaConte publish an article on professional development and teaching in February's issue of New Educator. More »
  • Education

    Major change

    Wheaton faculty approve program change, allowing Education Minors to be considered Education Majors. More »
  • Alison Slate '13

    Ali is teaching writing and science to fourth graders at Brightwood Elementary School in Springfield, Massachusetts. More »
  • The Promise of Mindfulness in Higher Education

    From 7:00-9:30PM on Tuesday, October 7th, Jon Kabat-Zinn will speak in Hindle Auditorium. The lecture is titled "Insight, Understanding, Wisdom, Cooperativity and Creavity: The Promise of Mindfulness and Other Contemplative Practices in Higher Education -- and In Life." More »
  • Angela Guarino '14

    Angela has been hired by the Curry College Early Childhood Center in Milton, Massachusetts.  In addition to teaching, she will be supervising and mentoring the college students who work at the center. More »
  • Class of '14 Secondary Education Majors Embark on New Careers

    Secondary education majors have been hired to teach at schools in New England and beyond. More »