Math educators author Teaching Channel's top blog post

Elementary mathematics
Dec 28 2016

Two math educators at the University of Washington College of Education co-authored the most read blog post of 2016 on the Teaching Channel’s Tchers’ Voice blog.

Working toward computer science for all

Computer Science for All
Dec 22 2016

Computer science skills are becoming increasingly important not only to national innovation, but also to individual success and career mobility. The projected demand for employees with computer science skills far outstrips the projected number of students who will be trained with these competencies.

To build a bridge: Reflections on a career in education

Mike Knapp
Oct 18 2016

What started as a practical problem to solve—how to traverse a mountain stream without getting wet—morphed into a long-time education researcher’s reflection on what it means to be an educator and professor of education.

EDU Talks to examine play and learning

EDU Talks
Oct 6 2016

The power of play in unlocking the creative potential of every learner will be the focus of the University of Washington College of Education’s EDU Talks event on Nov. 3.

During a fast-paced program, nine UW faculty members will share their compelling discoveries about play and how it can open new opportunities for all children to explore their world, overcome challenges and thrive. Each presenter has five minutes and one slide to share their research related to play.

Project DATA helps children with ASD succeed

Haring Center
Sep 23 2016

For the past several years, research on effective intervention for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has looked at the role that typically developing children play in the social learning of children with ASD. This approach asserts that by integrating children with ASD with their typically developing peers, they can practice and develop social skills in a natural setting.

New faculty profile: Teddi Beam-Conroy

Teddi Beam-Conroy
Sep 19 2016

The daughter of educators, Teddi Beam-Conroy brings more than 20 years of experience as a K-12 educator in Wisconsin, Arizona, Minnesota and Texas to her new role as director of the University of Washington’s Elementary Teacher Education Program.

Professor honored for contributions to educational leadership

Ann Ishimaru
Sep 12 2016

Ann Ishimaru of the University of Washington College of Education has received the University Council for Educational Administration’s 2016 Jack A. Culbertson Award in recognition of her significant contributions to the field of educational leadership.

UW honored for excellence in educational leadership preparation

Leadership for Learning
Sep 6 2016

The University of Washington College of Education’s Leadership for Learning (Ed.D.) program is the 2016 recipient of the Exemplary Educational Leadership Preparation Program Award, presented by the University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA).

Study points to benefits of teacher team building

White Center Heights classroom
Sep 2 2016

Effective teachers don't just impact their own students' achievement, they help improve the performance of their fellow teachers' students. New research by Min Sun of University of Washington College of Education and her collaborators points toward how schools can maximize the talents of their teachers to improve instruction, especially poverty-impacted and minority children who often are taught by less experienced teachers.

Improving early literacy in PreK-3: Lessons learned

Early literacy
Aug 29 2016

What should education leaders, policymakers and philanthropists know about improving early literacy in PreK-3? Kristie Kauerz, director of the University of Washington College of Education's National P-3 Center offers four key takeaways in a new blog post for the McKnight Foundation.

Kauerz, a longtime member of the McKnight Foundation’s Education & Learning National Advisory Committee, offers four key takeaways: