Everyone has a story, like a puzzle made of many pieces. Those at the College of Education come with their own experiences and backgrounds that make our ‘ohana (family) unique. Feel free to browse the featured profiles below.
“There are many effective practices that special education teachers need to know, but by focusing on just a few at first, they can build fluency and add more practices over the course of their career.”
“In a place as linguistically diverse as Hawai‘i, I chose to pursue a degree in elementary and multilingual education in order to better provide pedagogically for our students who speak English as a second language.”
If you don't think you want to stand in front of a classroom, you might not have thought about a degree in education - but there are some really exciting career opportunities inside and outside of the classroom that don't look like your traditional teaching job.
Careers Outside the Classroom
There is a lot of specialization happening in education right now. For example, with the growth of technology in education, there is a growing need for educational technologists - a broad term...