Two leading education researchers discussed the future of community- and video-based research during Facebook Live sessions hosted by the University of Washington College of Education this month...
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Two University of Washington College of Education projects working to expand access to high-quality STEM learning opportunities will be featured during the...
Déana Scipio (MEd '09, PhD '15) discusses her dedication to broadening STEM participation for learners from non-dominant communities as incoming director of the Graduate Program in Education for Environment and Community, offered in partnership with UW College of Education.
Katie Headrick Taylor—who studies the digital literacy practices of children, youth and families from geographically, racially and socioeconomically diverse communities—is one of 30 early-career scholars in the nation selected for the prestigious fellowship.
Ariane Gauvreau, teaching associate in special education at the University of Washington College of Education, discusses her research involving children with autism, using images to help them interact with their peers during snack time.