Besides teachers and parents, who spends evenings, weekends — countless hours a year — working with children under the age of 18? Coaches.
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Emporia State is now able to offer a graduate program in athletic training, having recently earned accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education.
As children transition from schooling at home to summering at home during the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, some grumpy days — from children and adults — are to be expected, even when the sun is out and the weather nice.
With COVID-19 disruptions causing an unprecedented shift to online K-12 instruction, Emporia State is offering free workshops to help Kansas educators transition their face-to-face classes to online formats.
Dr. Cathy Grover will be the 2020-21 King Endowed Professor in The Teachers College at Emporia State University.
In its 31st year, and because of the global COVID-19 pandemic, the Kansas Future Teacher Academy will be held — just in a different format than in its previous three decades.
Just over 100 people were recognized at The Teachers College 36th Annual Honors Event held the afternoon of May 1 via an online virtual event.
Dr. Gaelynn Wolf Bordonaro, an art therapy professor with a heart for service and mentorship, is Emporia State University’s 2020 Roe R. Cross Distinguished Professor.
Kansas children in elementary through high school will have a better chance at getting their needs met by a special education teacher thanks to renewed funding for a grant given to Emporia State University.
An art therapy graduate student recently was surprised with being named the 2020-21 Nancy Knapp Scholar.