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

(From left) Brian Anderson, Meagan Swithers, Skylar Pippin, Meghan Moran, and Erika Edwards

Five 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 the 2019 Teachers of Promise Institute held in Midlothian, Virginia, on March 29-30. The honorees were Brian Anderson, Meagan Swithers, Skylar Pippin, Meghan Moran, and Erika Edwards. Each student is a candidate for May 2019... READ MORE >>

Randolph chapter of SVEA receives Highest Membership Increase Award

Ke’Asia Carter ’19 M.A.T. (right) accepts the Highest Membership Increase award from SVEA President Catie Travassos.

Randolph College’s chapter of the Student Virginia Education Association (SVEA) has been recognized for more than tripling its membership in the past year, receiving the Highest Membership Increase Award for 2018-19. Ke’Asia Carter ’19 M.A.T., marketing officer for Randolph’s chapter, accepted the award at the recent SVEA 2019 Convention in Richmond. Randolph’s chapter 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 >>