Professor Holly Schindler discusses her work finding more effective ways to give dads positive feedback on parenting skills that research shows matter for children’s development.
UW Research Finds Dads Need This to Thrive
Good news for dads
Professor Holly Schindler's research is finding better ways to support dads in strengthening their parenting skills.
Science of Skateboarding exhibit teaches physics through play
Professor Kristen Missall will be studying adult-child interaction in the new exhibit "Notion of Motion: Science of Skateboarding" at Iowa Children’s Museum as part of a National Science Foundation grant.
Seattle Teacher Resident alum gives keynote
German Moreno (MIT '17), a 4th grade teacher at Seattle's Lowell Elementary, shared his passion for teaching as keynote speaker at the Alliance for Education's 2018 community luncheon.
UW online early education degree ranked #1
The UW College of Education's online bachelor's degree in early care and education is ranked the nation's best and noted for integrating academic theory, current research and practical training in the field.
UW professor named 2018 NAEd/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellow
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.
Q&A with new director of IslandWood graduate program
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...
Kids with special needs often denied right to learn in general classes
Professor Ilene Schwartz, director of the UW's Haring Center for Research and Training in Inclusive Education, comments on the importance of inclusive education to improve student outcomes.
Using project-based learning to teach the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Doctoral student in multicultural education Robert Keener discusses how project-based learning is a powerful tool teachers can use to help students engage with difficult topics.
Colleges focus on helping students graduate on time
Ed Taylor (PhD '94), vice provost and dean of Undergraduate Academic Affairs and professor of education, discusses efforts at the University of Washington to improve the four-year graduation rate.