Virtual Learning Turns Practical With COVID-19 Lessons
When TCU classes went virtual in March, associate professor Hayat Hokayem and doctoral students Savannah Graham and Alex Tolar needed a way to motivate their undergraduate students to learn scientific concepts in an online environment. Without the use of their typically hands-on learning activities in a classroom, they developed a lesson plan on a subject top of mind for most: COVID-19.
Alumni Q&A: Suzie Almy '87
Suzie Almy earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology in 1987 and earned her elementary education certification in 1994 from TCU. She teaches at High Point Academy, a charter school in Fort Worth.
Alumni Q&A: Julie McAvoy '90
Julie McAvoy earned her Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education in 1990 and is now the Principal at Donna Park Elementary in the Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District.
Class of 2020: Stacy Vasquez
The College of Education congratulates all students who are graduating this semester. While we’re unable to gather in person for commencement, hooding and pinning ceremonies in December due to the pandemic, we celebrate the accomplishments of students like Stacy Vasquez, who earned his Ph.D. in Science Education and works as a Professor of Biology at Dallas College. He's passionate about teaching science in a way that addresses students' lived experiences and societal issues.
Alumni Q&A: Bryce MacDougall '19
Bryce MacDougall earned his Bachelor of Science in Education in 2019 and is now a social studies teacher and assistant football and soccer coach at Castleberry High School in Castleberry ISD.
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