teaching

Symposium of Artists and Scholars highlights student research, creative endeavors

McKenzie Givens '19 delivers her presentation,

At Randolph’s 2019 Symposium of Artists and Scholars Friday afternoon, students presented the results of various research and creative projects on topics ranging from teaching strategies to rainwater harvesting to mobile app development. In its 11th year, the Symposium brings together students of all academic disciplines to share research results and highlight some of the... READ MORE >>

Top Teacher: Michaela Phillips ’17, ’19 M.A.T. receives ATE-VA award for research on learning strategies

Michaela Phillips teaching science at the Empowerment Academy.

On Thursday, Michaela Phillips ’17, ’19 M.A.T. earned the 2019 Teacher Candidate Research Award from the Association of Teacher Educators in Virginia (ATE-VA) for her project, “Alternative High School Classroom: Hands-On Learning.” In addition to her enrollment in Randolph’s Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) program, Phillips is a science teacher at the Empowerment Academy... READ MORE >>

Curiosity Kits: Randolph professor’s research is helping local elementary school students

A Dearington Elementary School student examines a block from a Curiosity Kit.

Randolph professor’s Curiosity Kits are helping stimulate curiosity and achievement in local elementary students.... READ MORE >>

Heick Symposium: Alumnae return to share education strategies with area teachers

Kristin Genova Richardson ’79 delivers the keynote for Randolph’s Heick Symposium on Education.

Alumnae return to share education strategies with area teachers.... READ MORE >>

Randolph M.A.T. candidates honored as Teachers of Promise

(From left) Sarah Grissom, Jennifer Sanborn, Molly Williams, Evie Rigby Goodson, and Ryan McDonald

Several students in Randolph College’s Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) program were named Teachers of Promise by the Teachers of Promise Foundation during a gala at Virginia Commonwealth University on Friday, March 2. The honorees were Ryan McDonald, Evie Rigby Goodson, Sarah Grissom, Jennifer Sanborn, and Molly Williams. Each student is a candidate for... READ MORE >>

Tiny House. Big Lessons.

Austin Collier '19 helps a middle school student use a cordless drill while putting up walls for a tiny house.

Randolph students help middle schoolers build a small house as part of STEAM-based program Wearing a white hard hat and eye-protecting goggles, Dai’Dieon looked the part of a young construction worker. Hammer in hand, the seventh-grader at Paul Laurence Dunbar Middle School for Innovation lined up his nail and prepared to drive it into the... READ MORE >>