Middle School Education Archive


Jointly presenting their research at the MIDTESOL conference in Iowa were Catherine Pettijohn of Missouri State University, Rachel Love of Springfield Public Schools, and Jennifer Morrison of Evangel University.

Evangel, MSU & SPS collaborate on TESOL research, present at conference

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Dr. Becky Huechteman, professor of education at Evangel University, observes the teaching skills of graduate student Dawn Bartlett during this month’s Reading Clinic at EU.

Evangel graduate students provide free literacy training

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Evangel University President Dr. Carol A. Taylor graduated from Evangel in 1973 with a degree in elementary education.

Department of Education — 2015 graduation awards

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Senior Emily Akins is called to the classroom

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Evangel University Department of Education announces 2014 graduation awards

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Evangel junior Katelyn Schmitt presents the EU tutor kits to Christian Mechlin, community school coordinator for the Springfield Public Schools. Photo by Paul K. Logsdon.

Evangel students develop kits for use in Title 1 schools

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Evangel professor Huba Ray named Counselor Advocate of the Year

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Local author speaks to Evangel education majors about autism

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Peggy Reed

Evangel University professor to serve as secretary of Missouri Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators

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Evangel professors talk with graduating student teacher inductees prior to a ceremony in their honor on Monday afternoon, April 22. L to R — Shonna Crawford, assistant professor of education, Melany Singer, Nicholas Engleman, Lauren Liberty and Dr. Susan Langston, assistant professor of education.

Evangel University hosts induction ceremony for student teachers

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Susan Langston

Dr. Susan Langston: Assistant professor of Education

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Evangel students present Literacy Luau for Ozark West Elementary on April 11

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Blake Petersen to perform senior voice recital on Friday, Feb. 22

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Dr. Peggy Reed

Evangel Education faculty members volunteer at local literacy event

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Dr. Gordon Pace (right) will soon be retiring from serving as superintendent of the Ozark Public School District. This summer he will join Evangel University’s full-time faculty as coordinator of the Educational Leadership master’s program. Dr. Matt Stringer, assistant chair for graduate studies in education, and Dr. Colleen Hardy, chair of Evangel’s Department of Education, are excited to have him join the team. PHOTO BY: Paul K. Logsdon

Ozark superintendent of schools to join Evangel University faculty

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Shonna Crawford, assistant professor of education at Evangel University, volunteers along with members of her Language Development class at Willard South Elementary as part of the Kinder Kubs program.
Photo (L to R): Abigail Johnson, junior, early childhood education major;
Gina Moran, senior, elementary education major; Shonna Crawford, assistant professor of education; Morgan Spencer, junior, early childhood education major;
Kearsten Craig, junior, early childhood education major.

Evangel University Education Department conducts Kinder Kubs program in partnership with Willard South Elementary

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Evangel donates baskets to Weller Elementary

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Dr. Becky Huechteman

Evangel University sponsors 9th annual Springfield Literacy Institute

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Evangel University hosts induction ceremony for student teachers

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Evangel’s Department of Education announces 2012 graduation awards

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Charlie Getty’s two passions: football and students

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Three reasons Anthony Moore (’03) is a bad pastor

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A chaplain’s move for God and Country

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Julie Higgins (’85) is starting something new (again)

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Becca Lashway (’18): When coming home feels foreign

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