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Curating the Bigger Picture: Evan Starling-Davis

Evan Starling-Davis, Ph.D. student in literacy education, is a narrative artist, curator and producer. More precisely, he names himself a digital-age “griot”—a term used for traveling poets, musicians and storytellers who maintain a tradition of oral history derived from the African diaspora’s culture and history. “I want to honor my history and birthright of storytelling,”...
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New Accreditation for School of Education Ensures Excellence and Innovation

The process of teaching is, by its nature, subject to constant change. Educators, from preschool through higher education, must stay abreast of societal issues, new research and evolving technologies to provide their students with learning pathways to success. Now, a new accreditation process at Syracuse University’s School of Education ensures that its programs are producing...
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School of Education Ranked No. 55 by U.S. News & World Report for 2022

Syracuse University’s School of Education has been recognized as No. 55 for Best Education Graduate Schools by U.S. News & World Report for 2022. The school is ranked No. 14 among private universities and the school’s graduate programs in special education are ranked No. 26. “I’m proud of our faculty and their work as leading...
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Sydney Ringel sits in the huntington hall commons doing lesson planning

Lesson Plans: Sydney Ringel ’22

It’s not every day you hear someone say they love doing homework, but Sydney Ringel ’22 says homework is her life. The inclusive elementary and special education major has always felt comfortable in school, and she’s determined to pass that on to future generations. In Syracuse University’s School of Education, Ringel is especially focused on how students interact...
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Doctoral student, alumni honored for dissertations on diverse student experiences

Three School of Education doctoral students and alumni were recently honored for their dissertation research and writing. Phillandra Smith, a doctoral student in special education, was awarded second place in the 2021 Holmes Program Dissertation Funding Competition in the. She received $1,250 to support her continuing her dissertation work, entitled “W(h)ite Out: An Analysis of...
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Christine Ashby

Faculty talk with Jabbedu podcast, The Newshouse

Joanna Masingila, dean and professor, and Christy Ashby, associate professor, spoke to The NewHouse’s Wheelchair Quarterback Joey Pagano for “Analyzing SU’s Universal Design for Learning technique.” Universal Design for Learning, or UDL, is a framework for designing flexible instructional materials that allow for multiple methods of representing information, assessing student learning, and engaging and motivating...
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A Message from Dean Masingila

Dear School of Education community, The School of Education joins together with the Syracuse University community in acknowledging the pain and violence that persons who identify as Asian are experiencing with acts of racism and attacks in local, regional and national contexts. The SOE values the many identities of our community members and their families. We stand...
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The School of Education at AERA 2021

The Syracuse University School of Education is well represented by our faculty, students, and alumni at the American Educational Research Association’s 2020 Annual Meeting, held virtually April 7-12. Presentation titles, times, and direct links are listed. The full program including abstracts is available on the AERA website. Wednesday, April 7 Thursday, April 8 Friday, April...
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2021 Syracuse University Scholar

Julie Coggiola, Lily Wolfer selected as 2021 Syracuse University Scholars

Twelve seniors have been named as the 2021 Syracuse University Scholars, the highest undergraduate honor that the University bestows. Among them are two School of Education students: Julie Coggiola, a music education major (dual with the College of Visual and Performing Arts) Lily Wolfer, an inclusive elementary and special education major The Syracuse University Scholars...
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Solvay-SOE partnership not derailed by pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the education system to pivot and adapt. Every function of schools has been drastically affected, including special education and resource services, extra-curricular and enrichment activities, and community programming. Life during the pandemic has forced many educators to break from familiar and successful routine, becoming innovators in technology and communication in...
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