The Annual Master of Education in Teaching (MEdT) Research Symposium was moved online as a result of COVID-19. This change in format resulted in expanded reach with more than 130 attendees from across the Hawaiian Islands, Colorado, Nevada, Micronesian, and Switzerland.
Every spring, MEdT candidates engage in one last milestone before graduation – the MEdT Plan B Research Symposium, which showcases the research they have completed in their schools and communities. Candidates shared their teacher-led research through academic presentations, round-table discussions, and media infographics.
Graduate students in their first year of the MEdT program and those in MEdT’s inaugural Professional Practice Non-Licensure (PPNL) cohort, faculty from programs across the COE, as well as partner school mentors and administrators attended to support their peers, students, and mentees.