Nashville schools enroll 32 counselors in Ayers online professional development
Metro Nashville Public Schools has contracted to enroll 32 of its school counselors in Lipscomb University’s College Access Project, an online professional learning course hosted by the Ayers Institute for Teacher Learning & Innovation.
Visiting scholar from Chinese university learns English through EAP program
In just its first few months of operation, the College of Education’s English for Academic Purposes program has not only worked with students whose first language is not English, but it has had a number of visitors from around the world who have wanted to improve their English-speaking skills.
SEE-Math workshops deliver new ideas, activities and iPads to middle Tennessee teachers
This summer, teachers from across middle Tennessee, have come to Lipscomb University to enhance their classroom techniques through the annual SEE-Math (Student Engagement in Exploring Math) program.
Tennessee Teacher of the Year addresses Lipscomb alumni
Vogelsang borrowed her theme from Derek Sivers’ TED Talk titled “How to start a movement,” in which he showed an Internet video of one young man dancing on a hill in the middle of a crowd.