Professional Development Opportunities
Our College has a proud history of providing professional development opportunities – in the form of summer institutes, book studies, guest lectures, and workshops – for faculty, staff, graduate teaching assistants, and students.
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Department of Educational Leadership
Department of Special Education, Counseling and Student Affairs
For more information on the following Centers and/or Initiatives, contact the departments listed above.
Centers and/or Initiatives
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Center for Intercultural and Multilingual Advocacy
Master's of Arts in Teaching
Office of Global Education Outreach
Online Bachelor's Degrees
Rural Education Center
The Diversity Staff is always looking for resources to share both within and outside the College of Education. If you have any resources you would like to share with us that we could add to the list, please contact Pedro Espinoza at firstname.lastname@example.org
The college has produced a number of documentary video projects with an emphasis on diversity and inclusion.
For example, A Walk in My Shoes is a collaborative documentary series that has covered various topics regarding diverse populations in education. Started by Dr. Kay Ann Taylor in 2012, the first documentary, titled “International Students,” provided a unique glimpse into the lives of K-State international students from five different countries: Angola, China, India, Saudi Arabia, and South Korea.
Since then, a number of other documentaries have been produced by the college, including, “A Long Road: 150 Years of Collective Experience from Five African-American K-State Alumni” and “Humanity Looks Good on Everyone.”
Please visit the Documentaries web page to learn about and view all of the college-produced documentaries.