Together, these stories share some of the many ways our college shows a commitment to critical areas of research and learning.
Robert E. Floden College of Education
Michigan State University
"This is the single most important professional development I've ever been a part of," says one teacher who is using new materials developed by MSU researcher Beth Herbel-Eisenmann and colleagues to improve "math talk" in the classroom.
MSU's Education Policy Innovation Collaborative (EPIC) is part of a new national research center examining charter schools, school vouchers and other choice programs in cities such as Detroit, New Orleans and New York City.
SEE RESEARCH IN ACTION: How does speech grow over time for young children with autism spectrum disorder? Working with K-12 schools and the Early Learning Institute, doctoral student Savana Bak is seeking to understand language use.
Christina Yao, a Higher, Adult and Lifelong Education (HALE) alumna, is researching problems on a global scale: from co-creating a new platform for online learners, to multiyear international collaborations.