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  • Alternative certification preparation conference to be held at Northwestern

    May 31, 2013 -- The Division of Education at Northwestern Oklahoma State University has been awarded a grant that will allow the implementation of a local conference directed toward improving the skills of alternative certified teachers in northwest Oklahoma.

  • Education students teach fifth graders at Lincoln Elementary

    May 28, 2013 -- Teaching a room of fifth graders at Lincoln Elementary has given Northwestern Oklahoma State University education students a taste of what their lives will be like as educators. They spent a portion of their spring semester in the Alva elementary classroom teaching science.

  • Northwestern student teachers enter area schools

    February 15, 2013 -- Students leave Northwestern Oklahoma State University with the knowledge to succeed in a particular field. In their final semester, 23 senior education students have entered area schools to gain hands-on experience student teaching.

  • Oklahoma Teacher of the Year provides insight to being a successful instructor

    November 2, 2012 -- Northwestern Oklahoma State University teacher education students recently listened to Elaine Hutchison, Oklahoma Teacher of the Year, speak about the importance of utilizing new technologies, networking, setting goals and, most importantly, having and showing enthusiasm in the classroom.

  • Education faculty attend Regent's reading conference

    October 2, 2012 -- Northwestern Oklahoma State University education faculty recently attended the Annual Regents’ Reading Conference in Oklahoma City.

  • Northwestern student teachers enter area schools

    October 1, 2012 -- Twenty-eight senior education majors at Northwestern Oklahoma State University recently began their student teaching.

  • Common Core Standards workshop held at Northwestern

    August 24, 2012 -- In a cooperative effort with Northwest Technology Center, more than 200 educators came to Northwestern Oklahoma State University for a workshop on implementing Common Core State Standards. Educators from Alva, Burlington, Aline-Cleo, Fairview, Cherokee, Waynoka, Canton, Freedom and Northwest Tech attended this workshop to understand the requirements for the implementation.

  • Oklahoma Clinical Alliance meets at Northwestern

     June 7, 2012  -- Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s education faculty, in conjunction with the Oklahoma Commission for Teacher Preparation (OCTP), played host this week to the first Oklahoma Clinical Alliance focus group. Purpose of the meeting was for administrators and educators from P-12 schools in northwest Oklahoma to meet with the Northwestern education faculty to determine how the university can better serve its school districts in a more collaborative way.

  • Art collaboration between Northwestern, Washington Elementary proves to be successful

    May 3, 2012 -- The Early Bird Art Program, a collaboration between Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s Division of Education and Washington Early Childhood Center (WECC), began this semester with the intention to give teacher candidates authentic field experience while providing an art program, not otherwise available, to students at WECC.

  • Division of Education calling for third party comment

    May 2, 2012 -- The Division of Education at Northwestern Oklahoma State University is playing hosting to an accreditation visit by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and the Oklahoma Commission for Teacher Preparation (OCTP) in November 2012.

  • Assessment, technology in the classroom encourages future educators

    February 6, 2012 -- Dr. Bo Hannaford, assistant professor of education and Division of Education chair, brought in two professional educators from Ponca City to address Northwestern Oklahoma State University teacher candidates who are preparing to fulfill their student teaching assignments.

  • Northwestern student teachers to enter area schools

    January 25, 2012 -- Thirty-three senior education majors at Northwestern Oklahoma State University will begin their student teaching Feb. 6.

  • Mike McIlwee speaks to education students on Common Core Standards

    December 9, 2011 - Mike McIlwee, professional development presenter and Oklahoma Education Association student coordinator, spoke to Northwestern Oklahoma State University education students on Common Core Standards – the content, instructional shift and implementation of Common Core Standards across Oklahoma and the U.S.

  • Northwestern graduate student named Rural Teacher of the Year

    October 13, 2011 - Kristi Ramon thought completing her graduate degree at Northwestern Oklahoma State University might be the highlight of her year.  Instead, Ramon’s year became even better as she was named Rural Teacher of the Year by the National Rural Education Association, based at Purdue University.

  • Northwestern student teachers enter area schools

    Twenty-five senior education majors at Northwestern Oklahoma State University began their student teaching this week.

  • Cusick visits Northwestern to speak on diversity

    Barbara Cusick, director of secondary curriculum and testing for Ponca City public schools, came to Northwestern Oklahoma State University to speak to education majors who will be student teaching this year.

  • Two Northwestern education students elected as state SOEA officers

    Northwestern Oklahoma State University education majors Robyn Walker of Alva and Audra Halliburton of Laverne have been elected as the state president and National Education Association delegate of Student Oklahoma Education Association (SOEA).

  • Northwestern student education chapter named Outstanding Chapter of the Year

    Northwestern Oklahoma State University chapter of the Student Oklahoma Education Association (SOEA) was named Outstanding Chapter of the Year at a recent state convention.

  • Northwestern student teachers enter area schools

    Education majors at Northwestern Oklahoma State University entered area schools to begin student teaching on Monday, Feb. 7. Forty-five senior education students will be teaching across Oklahoma until May 6.

  • Lyle Young inducted into Oklahoma Educators Hall of Fame

    Lyle Young, supervisor of student teacher and resident year teachers at Northwestern Oklahoma State University, recently was recognized for serving 47 years in the field of education by being inducted into the Oklahoma Educators Hall of Fame.

  • Teacher Fair to be held for Northwestern education majors

    Education majors at Northwestern Oklahoma State University will have the opportunity to meet with many area schools during the Teacher Fair on Friday, March 26, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Alabaster Room, third floor of Vinson Hall.
  • Free SMART board training sessions to be offered at Northwestern

    Two free training sessions regarding SMART Boards will be offered at Northwestern Oklahoma State University on Saturday, March 6, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sessions will be taught in the Education Center, room 209.
  • Northwestern student teachers to enter area schools

    Twenty-one education majors at Northwestern Oklahoma State University will begin their student teaching semester Monday, Feb. 8.
  • DaNae Hagelberg becomes published writer

    DaNae Hagelberg, a senior at Northwestern Oklahoma State University from Waynoka, recently had one of her Christian-based books “The Book of Unhidden Secrets: Task One – The Search for Forgiveness,” published. This is one of a series of five books that will be published by Tate Publishing in Mustang.
  • Northwestern's SOEA gives Washington teachers a break

    Members of Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s chapter of Student Oklahoma Education Association (SOEA) decided to give teachers at Washington Elementary School in Alva a break last week.
  • Environmental Education workshop held for education majors

    Christina Stallings Roberson from the Oklahoma Forestry Service in Oklahoma City recently held an Environmental Education workshop for secondary education majors at Northwestern Oklahoma State University.
  • Division of education faculty attend conference

    Representing Northwestern Oklahoma State University at the Regents’ second annual literacy conference at Rose State College in Oklahoma City on Friday, Sept. 25, were education faculty and a former faculty member from the Division of Education.
  • Northwestern student education chapter receives state honors

    The Northwestern Oklahoma State University chapter of the Student Oklahoma Education Association (SOEA) was named Chapter of the Year for the second year in a row at the state convention. The chapter’s variety of service projects and participation at the state and national levels were cited during the award presentation.