Instructional Leadership, emphasis: K-12 School Leadership (MEd)
N A U students hanging outside of University Union talking.

Navajo language teacher graduates

This follow-up study is to interview to find out where the Navajo language teachers are currently from a cohort of a grant in 2019-2022 to prepare teachers to complete a master’s degree remotely in ESL and Bilingual Education… Read more
Student teacher points to globe in class.

Deans’ research grant example

First-year students who have experienced recent academic setbacks. These students are susceptible of leaving the university before degree attainment… Read more
Faculty speaking to student.

New 2023 Faculty and Staff

Meet the new faces you’ve seen in your meetings, in the hallways, and in a Zoom room! COE is excited to welcome these folks to our college. Please give them a warm welcome… Read more
Aerial view of the N A U campus.

Comparing Scandinavian and US Early Childhood Pedagogy

Last summer Sarah Kondratuk and Tori Damjanovic traveled with 12 students to Finland and Sweden for a total of 10 days. The students in attendance included 10 undergraduate students, one master’s student, and one PhD student. The goal of this trip was to provide students an opportunity to view pedagogy and practice in these countries and compare them to their US field experiences… Read more
Group photo of study abroad students.

First Year Seminar

First Year Seminar (FYS) has a long, winding history at NAU. Now in its second decade, the program continues to not only demonstrate our institution’s intentional commitment to first-year student success, but also stands as an example of adaptive programming for an ever-changing landscape of higher education (not to mention an ever-changing society)… Read more
Student and professor walking together on campus.