Regular Spring Registration is open and ongoing until January 10. Before you leave for winter break make sure to contact your Academic Advisor and set up an appointment. Speaking to your advisor assures you are taking the right courses for your degree path.
FOLLOW THE LINK BELOW FOR REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS.
It is Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Protecting your password privacy is your digital responsibility, but protecting the privacy of your institution is also part of your digital citizenship. Too many times we are stopped from work because of another scam email or alerted to a possible threat to the institution’s servers. Malware is used to monitor and steal information and can cause your device to crash. It can be difficult to remove. Knowledge is power. Information about malware and how to prevent or possibly remove it can be found in this government article.
Using an added login process strengthens the security of your accounts. One-factor authentication requires your password, but two-factor authentication requires an additional step to log in. This added process makes it harder for unwanted attacks on yours and Sul Ross State University’s sensitive information. This method, (2FA) typically requires a code being sent to your phone or email to authenticate the user after your initial login/password process. Read more about 2FA and future changes that may be added to login security to your accounts here at Sul Ross State University to require two-step authentication.
Educational Instructional Technology is a field of study that investigates the process of analyzing, designing, developing, implementing, and evaluating the instructional environment and learning materials in order to improve teaching and learning.
The use of technology in every area of education is only increasing and the skills needed to effectively integrate technology into learning environments are in HIGH DEMAND. There is no better area to specialize in if you wish to prepare yourself for a future where knowledgeable and technology savvy specialists, instructors, and administrators are highly valued and much needed.
Learn more about this degree program and how to apply by going to the website below.
The priority registration schedule begins on November 2nd! When you will be able to register is determined by your classification. Please see registration dates for detailed information, as well as for instructions on how to register. The schedule is available now for planning purposes.
Last Day For December Graduation! If you plan to graduate this December 2019, be sure to apply for graduation by 15 November 2019. The Registrars Office will not accept applications after 15 November 2019. If you think you will meet graduation requirements this term, apply now for an official audit.
Beginning at 9:15 am tomorrow, Saturday 9 November, Sul Ross State University and the local chapter of the Texas State Teachers Association for Aspiring Educators (TSTA) will be hosting its very own Educators Conference for anyone on the campus who would like to attend.
Advocates for the future of education, the mission of TSTA-AE is: “The Texas State Teachers Association will unite, organize and empower public education advocates to shape public education in Texas thus providing a quality public school for every child.” As a professional educators organization, TSTA-AE takes part in lobbying Congress on bills concerning education issues. However, TSTA-AE is not an organization just restricted to teachers, as each of their individual chapters offer professional training & development that can help in any job profession.
TSTA-AE prides itself on its involvement in the community, and membership is not restricted to educators and education students. The conference will be held on 9 November 2019 9:15 am – 4:00 pm. We look forward to seeing you there!
Last Monday, October 21, 2019, twenty-five Sul Ross Education students attended Teacher Orientation for observations at the Alpine Elementary School. This orientation included a brief presentation covering expectations of the SRSU students, meeting mentor teachers, and touring the campus.
Our Educational Technology specialization allows for maximum flexibility for interested graduate students who may already be working in the educational or technology field and aren’t able to commute to a campus and attend face-to-face classes..