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Teacher Candidates Visit Birmingham for Annual Rebel Road Trip

by UM School of Education on January 23, 2015

EdgeRR2015The UM School of Education’s Fourth Annual Rebel Road Trip brought together 72 senior teacher candidates to visit Birmingham, Alabama, on Thursday, January 22.

The group, which included seniors from UM’s Oxford, Booneville, DeSoto and Tupelo campuses, visited the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute and 16th Street Baptist Church [Read More…]



Attention Students: New Printing Procedures in Guyton Hall

by UM School of Education on November 12, 2014

The UM School of Education has introduced a new process for student printing in Guyton Hall. All SOE students now have access to two monochromatic laser printers located in Guyton Hall rooms 215 and 225. A fee of $.10 per page will automatically be billed to students’ bursar account. Before printing, students must log in with their WebID and password and download the printer software. Under the new system, students will be able to print from anywhere on the Oxford campus. [Read More…]



Joe Sumrall Pens Science Education E-Book

by UM School of Education on September 26, 2014

SumrallEbookJoe Sumrall of the University of Mississippi School of Education has recently published his very first e-book.

The text titled Doing What Scientists and Engineers Do: How to Create an Elementary Science Classroom Where Students Are Successful at Doing Science and Engineering, is aimed at pre-service teachers with the goal of helping educators make science in a K-6 classroom setting practical, educational and enjoyable. The e-book was published by Sentia Publishing in Austin, Texas. [Read More…]



Meet Our New Faculty & Staff!

by UM School of Education on September 22, 2014

The School of Education Welcomes 12 new faculty and staff members for the 2014-2015 academic year! Read more about the new faces of the SOE [Read More…]



UM Graduate Students Provide Literacy Support at Lafayette School

by UM School of Education on July 9, 2014

GauthierClassEdgeA group of University of Mississippi graduate students spent part of their summer working with children at Lafayette County Upper Elementary School to gain hands-on experience in literacy instruction and intervention while offering summertime support to rising third- and fourth-graders.

The newly redesigned Clinical Diagnosis and Correction of Reading Problems class was comprised of 14 master’s and doctoral students currently enrolled in the UM School of Education’s elementary education graduate program. Throughout June, [Read More…]