College of Education
The College of Education is responsible for ensuring that the University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign leads the State of Illinois and the nation in the research, policy and practice of teaching and learning.
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Islam in black and brown: The making of Muslim communities, intra-faith relationships and diversity in East-Central Illinois (2018-04-20)This project explores the origins of Muslim communities in East-Central Illinois with specific attention given to intra-faith relationships and diversity as experienced by African-American Muslim males. Employing an oral ...
(2018-04-20)With a changing ecological environment of second language (L2) learning and teaching, as well as its huge potential for out-of-class L2 learning, an increasing number of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages ...
(2018-04-19)The purpose for this dissertation study is to highlight the scholarship and contributions of Black women leadership, by exploring the lived experiences of Black women in leadership positions in K-12 public schools and the ...
(2018-04-17)Schools are in a unique position to identify and address student need in order to ensure all children can fully engage in the classroom learning experience, and it is critical to understand policy efforts aimed at addressing ...
Ethical decision-making processes among students in computing and implications for their professional development (2018-04-17)Computing professionals influence modern societies significantly due to the prevalent usage of computer-based technologies. The impact of these technologies necessitates development of professionals in the field who are ...