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  • Syllabi
    more about the work we do in the classroom All syllabi are in PDF format Download Adobe Acrobat Reader Fall 2015 EDAM 650 Educational Leadership Development Seminar EDAM 651 Organizational Development and Diversity for School Leaders EDAM 652 School Based Program Evaluation and Improvement EDAM 671 Leadership for Learning EDAM 690 Internship Part II EDAM 690 02 Internship Part II EDLE 704 Curriculum and Instructional Leadership EDLE 706 Seminar in Educational Leadership EDLE 999 Dissertation Non Credit EDUC 330 Educational Psychology Human Development EDUC 331 Instructional Design and Assessment Spring 2015 EDAM 660 D1 Leadership and Organization EDAM 661 School Law and Public Policy EDAM 691 Internship Part II EDAM 691 01 Internship Part II EDAM 670 HB1 Resource Mgmt Schools EDLE 707 01 Sem in Leg Issues Prof Ethics EDLE 723 Quantitative Res Appl Meth EDLE 731 Internship III in Educational Leadership EDLE 731 01 Internship III in Educational Leadership EDLE 999 Doctoral Dissertation Continuation EDLE 999 01 Doctoral Dissertation Continuation EDUC 680 01 Special Topics in School Admin EDUC 330 Educational Psychology and Measurement EDUC 331 Instructional Design and Assessment of Learning EDUC 331 02 Instructional Design and Assessment of Learning EDUC 310 D1 Foundations of Education EDUC

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  • Mission
    the highest quality learning experiences that will produce global citizens and leaders as change agents for shaping the future FSU s Mission Statement As a result the department is committed to produce transformative leaders who are capable of creating a new educational paradigm and who are committed to Ethical and Moral Responsibility Civic Engagement and Social Justice Multicultural and Global Issues Transformative Research and Visionary Leadership and Empowering Partnerships Copyright

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  • Theodore Kaniuka
    2012 An analysis on retention among traditional and non traditional students in select North Carolina community colleges In T Hicks A Pitre Eds Research Studies in Higher Education Educating Multicultural College Students pp 249 270 Lanham MD University Press of America Inc Vitale M John B Betty S Kaniuka T 1999 Integrating research with school action A collaborative strategy for paradigmatic change through systemic instructional improvement Excellence Through Partnerships Research in Action pp 160 187 Greenville North Carolina Conference Presentations National International Kaniuka T Lewis L 2013 May Longitudinal analysis of the effect of attending early college high Schools in North Carolina American Educational Research Association San Francisco CA Kaniuka T 2012 April An investigation of the relationship between student achievement and high school design Exploring the early college high school model in North Carolina American Educational Research Association Vancouver Canada Kaniuka T Vitale M 2012 April Making research relevant An example of aggregating school based findings in support of decisionmaking with implications for educational leadership American Educational Research Association Vancouver Canada Kaniuka T Vitale M Romance N 2011 April Some methodological enhancements for assessing school improvement through accountability American Educational Research Association New Orleans LA Kaniuka T Vitale M Romance N 2011 April Using quasi experimental multiple baseline designs as a framework for selecting instructional interventions Alternatives to limitations of randomized field trials in educational decisionmaking American Educational Research Association New Orleans LA Kaniuka T 2010 September Lessons learned Cross Creek Early College What we know so far Second International Conference on Education Research New Orleans LA Kaniuka T 2010 September An investigation of the relationship between student achievement and high school design Exploring the early college high school model in North Carolina using a multi level logistic model Second International Conference on Education Research New Orleans LA Kaniuka T Vitale M 1998 May Leadership issues addressing barriers to school based instructional reform A case study exploring the role of E D Hirsch s Thoughtworld as a factor in school improvement American Educational Research Association San Diego CA Kaniuka T Vitale M 1998 May Limitations of site based management in a standards driven school reform environment Policy implications of teacher s prior perspectives on effective instructional decision making American Educational Research Association San Diego CA Kaniuka T Vitale M 1998 May Evaluation of a successful school based action research project on teacher s instructional perspectives Implications for school reform American Educational Research Association San Diego CA Regional Local Kaniuka T 2014 February NCARE Considering district and school factors and their relationship to ACT performance in North Carolina An examination of the ACT pilot results NCARE Greensboro North Carolina Kaniuka T Mizzelle S 2013 March NCARE New Beginnings The relationship between teachers and principals perceptions of the teacher working conditions in North Carolina elementary schools and student achievement NCARE Wilmington North Carolina Kaniuka T 2011 October Building a collaborative teaching model Sustaining improvement What participants view as critical Office of Research Initiatives Fayetteville State University Kaniuka T 2011 March Research

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  • Graduate Program Information
    23 Friday Deadline for X No Show grades January 30 Friday Deadline to apply for May 2015 graduation February 5 Thursday Graduate School Preparation Workshop To be organized by departments or programs February 16 23 Monday Monday Spring 2015 Comprehensive Examination Week February 17 Tuesday Graduate Council Meeting 2 00 pm 4 00 pm February 27 Friday Oral Defense Last day for students to submit Thesis and Dissertation Oral Defense Scheduling Form students must submit the signed form and a copy of the thesis or dissertation to the Dean s Office no later than two weeks prior to requested date of oral defense Students are encouraged to apply early February 28 March 6 Saturday Friday Midterm Exams March 6 Friday Department chairs will notify students and the Dean s Office of Comprehensive Examination results March 7 13 Saturday Saturday Midterm Break No Classes University Open March 16 Monday Last Day for Thesis and Dissertation Oral Defense Please note that the Thesis Dissertation Oral Defense Scheduling Form and a copy of the Thesis dissertation must have been submitted two weeks prior to the date of the defense Note Students should submit one copy of thesis dissertation after making revisions from The defense to the Dean s Office for review by Thesis and Dissertation Editor within one week after the defense March 17 Tuesday Graduate Council Meeting March 23 Monday Last day to submit one 1 copy of thesis dissertation to School College for review by the Thesis Dissertation Editor Thesis Dissertation Approval Form should be submitted with thesis dissertation with all required signatures Note Students should submit one copy of thesis dissertation after making revisions from the defense to the School College for review by Thesis and Dissertation Editor within one week after the defense March 24 Tuesday Spring 2015 Open

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  • Scholarships
    Aid Reports and to notify their references via email The deadline for these scholarship applications and supporting documentation is March 31 2015 by 11 59 PM Thank you for your help in getting this information to any students you know Our donors have made these scholarships available so students will have the opportunity to further their education We are excited to help in this process Please contact me if you have any questions I will be happy to help Susan Barnes Scholarships Women s Giving Circle Community Relations Cumberland Community Foundation Inc P O Box 2345 Fayetteville NC 28302 P 910 483 4449 F 910 483 2905 www cumberlandcf org TMCF Lowe s GAP Scholarship The Thurgood Marshall College Fund TMCF and Lowes are proud to offer financial assistance to outstanding students attending one of the 47 publicly supported Historically Black Colleges and Universities HBCUs within the TMCF member school network The Lowes GAP Scholarship is open to graduating college students with a minimum 3 0 GPA The scholarship amount ranges from 500 to 3 100 depending on account balance Students must meet the following minimum criteria to apply for the award SCHOLARSHIP CRITERIA All students applying to this program must meet the following minimum criteria to qualify for a scholarship Be enrolled as a full time graduating college senior at one of TMCF s member schools Current grade point average of 3 0 or higher Have demonstrated leadership ability through a variety of measures Currently enrolled in school with an account balance Demonstrate financial need Applicable for the Fall 2014 Spring 2015 semesters APPLICATION PROCESS The scholarship application and selection process is competitive To apply students must complete the following Account statement from your university showing balance owed Resume include community service leadership and employment internship experience 2014 2015 Student Aid Report received from filing FAFSA Most recent transcript applicants may upload a copy of either an unofficial or official transcript Recommendation letter from current school faculty member must be as a PDF on letterhead with signature Essay In a minimum of 500 words please address ONE of the following questions What are your post graduation plans How will the GAP scholarship help you to achieve your goals Document formats accepted PDF OR MS Word INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED Deshuandra Walker Student Support Programs Manager Thurgood Marshall College Fund 4801 Woodway Suite 300 E Houston TX 77056 p 713 955 1073 f 480 287 9632 e deshuandra walker tmcfund org Deadline May 1 2015 11 59 PM EST APPLY NOW http thurgoodmarshallfund force com events apex ts2 jobdetails jobId a0xU0000007oLEP tSource a16U0000002bxT5IAI APPLICATION DEADLINE MARCH 11 2015 Now more than ever our K 12 students need highly qualified teachers who can help them overcome challenging school environments to achieve academic success Research shows that Historically Black Colleges and Universities HBCUs graduate more minority teachers than any other training or certification program so by working with aspiring and new teachers from our HBCU Member Schools the Teacher Quality

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  • About the Department
    global citizens to teach and lead This goal is achieved at both the undergraduate and graduate levels through the delivery of research based instruction collaboration and partnerships and continuous professional development activities for our candidates The faculty members in the department are a dedicated group of outstanding professionals with a wide range of public school and higher education experiences We offer accredited programs leading to the Bachelor of Science B S in Elementary Education the Bachelor of Science B S in Birth to Kindergarten and the Bachelor of Science B S in Birth to Kindergarten Non teaching We also offer the Master of Education Degree M Ed in Elementary Education and the Master of Education M Ed in Reading Education For those who already have a degree and wish to become a certified teacher we offer teacher licensure programs in Elementary Education and Birth to Kindergarten We are proud that the Elementary Education department has a history of being a top producer of public school teachers Our accredited teacher preparation programs provide candidates with the depth of content knowledge practical skills and unique experiences that shape reflective practice From the beginning of their teacher preparation candidates are in local schools

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  • Faculty and Staff
    672 1257 dwesley uncfsu edu Dr Brian Phillips Assistant Professor BU 344 672 2680 bphilli8 uncfsu edu Dr Beverlyn Cain BK Clinical Assistant Professor BU 347 672 1537 bcain2 uncfsu edu Dr Marilyn Lanier Assistant Professor BU 341b 672 1631 mlanier1 uncfsu edu Dr Tanya Hudson Assistant Professor BU 348 672 1459 thudson8 uncfsu edu Dr Beatrice Carroll Full time Adjunct Assistant Professor BU 346 672 1375 bcarroll uncfsu edu

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  • Degree Programs
    the Master of Education degree and graduate licensure in Elementary Education the Master of Education in Reading and graduate licensure in Reading and licensure only at the initial and advanced levels Undergraduate BS in Birth through Kindergarten Teaching BS in Birth through Kindergarten Non Teaching Online degree BS in Birth through Kindergarten Non Teaching BS in Elementary Education with a concentration in Biology BS in Elementary Education with a concentration in Core Academic Studies BS in Elementary Education with a concentration in English BS in Elementary Education with a concentration in TESL BS in Elementary Education with a concentration in Health BS in Elementary Education with a concentration in History BS in Elementary Education with a concentration in Mathematics BS in Elementary Education with a concentration in Political Science BS in Elementary Education with a concentration in Psychology BS in Elementary Education with a concentration in Reading BS in Elementary Education with a concentration in Sociology BS in Elementary Education with a concentration in Spanish BS in Elementary Education with a concentration in Special Education Graduate Class A Level Licensure in Birth Kindergarten Education ME in Elementary Education K 6 Concentration Project Portfolio Class A Level Licensure in Elementary Education

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