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Department Chair

Dr. Susan Colby, Professor
Dept of Curriculum & Instruction
Reich College of Education, Suite 205
Telephone: (828) 262-2224
Fax: (828) 262-2686

Dr. Kathleen Lynch-Davis, Professor
Assistant Chairperson
Dept of Curriculum & Instruction
Reich College of Education, Suite 205
Telephone: (828) 262-2224
Fax: (828) 262-2686

Curriculum & Instruction News

Dr. Kathleen Lynch-Davis Profiled in WE ARE UNCW

Dr. Lynch-Davis is recognized by her alma mater. [more]

Alumni Spotlight: Corie Maffett

Corie is a recent graduate of the Reich College of Education, having received her master’s degree in middle grades education with a language arts concentration. She currently works for East Forsyth Middle School as a sixth grade science teacher. Hailing from Waldorf, Maryland, Corie graduated... [more]

Dr. Sara Zimmerman and Dr. Barbara Howard Travel to Russia

Dr. Sara Zimmerman, Department of Curriculum & Instruction; and Dr. Barbara Howard, Leadership & Educational Studies, traveled to Russia in December of 2014 and meet with the Vice-Rector for International Affairs, Professor Mikhail Pevzner and Head of Office of... [more]

Living History Gallery

  Students from the "Investigating the Past and Present through the Experiences of Children" course taught by Dr. Eric Groce have put together the Living History Gallery, located on the 2nd floor in the Reich College of Education. Through the use of the mobile app, Aurasma, visitors of the... [more]

Student Advocates for the RCOE during Education GameDay Interview


Middle School Social Studies Majors Travel to Qualla Boundary

A group of Middle School social studies majors traveled to the Qualla Boundary during the fall of 2014 and met with RCOE/Cherokee High School students for a forum on college life as well as an exchange on how the history of the Cherokee Nation should be taught in North Carolina's schools... [more]
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