Undergraduate Special Education students, Christy Monroe and Kirsten Nelson, presented with faculty at the November 2012 Council of Exceptional Children (CEC), Teacher Education Division, conference. The two presentations - “Enhancing Teacher Education through Creative Inquiry” and “Measuring Impact on P-12 Student Learning in Teacher Preparation Programs” were well received, and the students received many affirmations from faculty attending the conference. Other members of the Creative Inquiry group contributing to the presentations are Shelby Arneberg and Shannon McNellis.
Larry Ochieng, Elementary Education and Call Me MISTER® student, has been awarded the 2011 S.C. Association of Family and Consumer Science Annual Student Award. Ochieng went with several Clemson students to Guatemala where he taught English to 240 students each day for a week.