College of Education - Student Organizations
Below is a list of the student organizations in the College of Education:
This organization is designed to accelerate pre-service educators and student teachers' professional development and their self-identification as education professionals and leaders. Membership in the ASCD student chapter helps students learn how to and where they might fit into their first jobs as they transition into a career in education.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Ieva (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Early Childhood Club
The Early Childhood Education Club is most closely aligned with the Early Childhood Education major but accepts students from all majors. At each meeting, the club discusses topics that will benefit all of the members as educators and caregivers of young children. Guest speakers are frequently invited to give insight into the professional environment of educators. The club hosts and participates in a variety of events to give members hands on experience working with young children.
Advisor: Leah Walker (email@example.com)
Faculty Advisor: Ms. Rich (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- National Art Education Association Student Chapter
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Graziano (email@example.com)
- New Jersey Student Education Association
The purpose of the New Jersey Student Education Association (NJSEA) is to enhance pre-service educators’ professional development experience, create connections to powerful full-time staff, and involve them in the teacher’s union in their educational careers. Membership to this organization will provide students with opportunities to professional development, social events across the state, leadership, travel, and volunteerism.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Raymond Foley (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Visit NJSEA Rowan Chapter's Facebook here.
- Secondary Education Club
- Student Council for Exceptional Children
This is an organization of students who are interested in promoting awareness of special education. The club is very service oriented, but also utilizes monthly meetings to promote information for the delegation about special education matters. They have a variety of speakers present during the year on agencies, new research, etc. They are always looking for interested students who want to get involved. Each year the club concludes the semester with a ball for individuals with Down Syndrome. A great event and lots of fun.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Cone (email@example.com)
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Bean-Folkes (firstname.lastname@example.org)