27 Feb 2017

TSTA-SP conference provides networking opportunities for students

Rachel Nall, a senior majoring in interdisciplinary studies with a special education concentration at Texas State University, got up at 4 a.m. Saturday to drive to Texas Wesleyan. Her destination was the Texas State Teachers Association Student Program District 4 Professional Development Conference, a day’s worth of lectures and networking

23 Feb 2017

Education Students, Faculty Divided On DeVos Confirmation

After weeks of high tension between Republicans and Democrats, Betsy DeVos was confirmed as the new Education Secretary earlier this month. DeVos’ controversial appointment has produced divided opinion among Texas Wesleyan University’s School of Education faculty and students. While some are skeptical about her qualifications and how well she will

10 Feb 2017

Home-schoolers adjust to college

Imagine sitting in a classroom waiting to take your SAT, a test that will help determine what college you will attend. But you begin to have a panic attack as you realize that this is the first time in your life that you have sat in a classroom. This is

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14 Oct 2016

Education event welcomes prospective students

Texas Wesleyan hosted the Ed.D. for an Evening event on Thursday. A dinner and social hour for past and future students of Wesleyan’s Ed.D. emphasis, the event was in Dan Waggoner Hall and was a chance for prospective students to see if the program would be a good fit for

08 Apr 2016

Wesleyan first to co-teach

Texas Wesleyan University was the first university in Texas to adopt the co-teaching model in 2011 and has been using it ever since. Co-teaching is a method where student teachers, or teacher candidates, work together with a regular school teacher, or mentor, in an elementary or middle school classroom. The