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June | 6.15.2020
College of Education, the cornerstone for educators, the future of tomorrow...
Today's Highlights
  • FAMU College of Education Engagement | Partnership with Florida Department of Education
  • Faculty Training Session Part II | Dr. Marilyn Dickey
  • 2020-2020 Recruitment and Retention Plan
  • Research and Innovation | Dr. Jerry Holt Selected for National Presentation
  • News and Information Updates
  • African American History Task Force 2020 Virtual Summer Institute
  • Alumni Spotlight | Brandi Tatum-Fedrick
  • Announcements and much more in this issue!
Engagement | New State Partnership
New Partnership with the Florida Department of Education

Florida’s Career and Technical Education Programs and
Florida A&M University’s (FAMU) College of Education (COE) is partnering with the Florida Department of Education (FDOE) to explore innovative ways to assist school districts, state, community and technical colleges and State University System (SUS) institutions with aligning their career and technical education (CTE) programs to industry standards.
Faculty Training | Canvas Basics
Dr. Marilyn Dickey
New Information | COE 2020 - 2021
Recruitment and Retention Plan
Research and Innovation | Dr. Jerry Holt Selected for National Presentation
Paper Acceptance | Association for Applied Sport Psychology 2020 Annual Conference
Congratulations to Dr. Jerry Holt, instructor and mentor in secondary education, on the acceptance for his recent research. Dr. Holt will be presenting a symposium on, Bridging the Gap between Culturally Relevant Teaching and Consulting in Exercise and Sport Psychology.

To read more about the conference and the research selection process, click here .
New Position Available | Student Affairs Coordinator
Engagement, Research, and Innovation
African American History Task Force
Alumni Spotlight | Brandi Tatum-Fedrick
Learn About Our Alumni Spotlight | Brandi Tatum-Fedrick
Brandi Tatum-Fedrick is our featured alumni spotlight this week. Brandi serves as the Assistant Vice President for Annual and Affinity Giving in the Division of University Advancement at FAMU. Brandi has a wealth of knowledge about educational systems, college athletics and donor engagement.  

Brandi is a two-time alum of FAMU, earning a bachelor's degree in elementary education and a master's degree in public administration. In addition to her work contributions, Brandi se is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Brandi is married to Corey Fedrick and they have one son, Tatum.

Brandi believes her foundation as a student in the College of Education has led her to excel in student development and prosper in her current career pathways! 
Keep Up to Date | Social Media in the College of Education
Follow us on all of our social media sites:

  • Facebook | FAMU College of Education
  • Twitter | famu_coe
  • Instagram | famu_coe
  • Linkedin | College of Education FAMU
  • YouTube | FAMU College of Education
  • TikTok | famucoe

Don't forget to follow, like, and share. Our goal is to have 1000 followers by the end of June 2020!
Teaching with Zoom Spotlight
We all have adapted and adjusted to a new way of teaching. Here is a fun snapshot of Dr. Renee Wallace and her educational leadership program doctoral candidates. The candidates have enrolled in EDA 6199 International Perspectives in Education-Summer 2020. They are enjoying engaging learning, while they Zoom online. Share your pictures and more and we will highlight them.
The History of Juneteenth | 6.19.2020
Learn more about the history of Juneteenth here.
Monday Wishes on the COE Website
Monday Wishes Link for Past Editions
Please click here to be redirected to our web page with all of the past Monday Wishes newsletters. All links and attachments within the newsletters are active.
College of Education | STRIKE Vision Plan
S |   STRATEGIC INITIATIVES - The FAMU COE will align closely with the university vision and mission to implement programs designed to increase academic achievement across undergraduate and graduate programs. Increase the teacher pipeline by partnering with our local districts and those across the state.
T |   TRUST -  The FAMU COE will build trust and offer transparency to our internal campus community and external school and community partners. We will build programs and engage others with truthful and meaningful practices.
R |   RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION -  Recruitment and Retention | The FAMU COE will tackle the national and state teacher shortage crisis and implement new strategies to recruit and retain teacher education majors. We will grow our graduate programs and be proactive in identifying the needs and gaps in state certification and test achievement. We will create pathways for gains from our education candidates and follow them into successful careers.
I |   INNOVATION AND RESEARCH -  The FAMU COE will create innovative and immersive learning experiences for our learners will promoting a solid research agenda and providing rich research expertise. We will provide rich teaching and learning with immersive technology for undergraduate and graduate programs.
K |  K-20 SCHOOL AND UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIPS -  The FAMU COE will work closely as a key partner with FAMU DRS and surrounding county schools to identify the needs of the educational community and utilize our faculty, staff, and students to meet those needs.
E |   ENGAGEMENT IN THE COMMUNITY, THE STATE AND THE NATION -  The FAMU COE will increase the number of privately funded scholarships to support our students and faculty by promoting our programs and creating forums for exposure and visibility.
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