Enrique Suárez, a post-doctoral scholar with the UW's Institute for Science + Math Education, discusses how teachers can support emerging multilingual students during science instruction in elementary classrooms.
Emerging Multilingual Students and the NGSS Classroom
Were all your teachers white?
Work by Robin DiAngelo, affiliate associate professor of education, is referenced in a story about the diversity gap in the teaching profession.
Education major crushes NCAA pole-vaulting record
Olivia Gruver, a senior early childhood and family studies major, is eyeing the 2019 world championships and 2020 Summer Olympics after her record-setting vault.
UW Launches Clinical Trial on CBD Treatment for Autism
Raphe Bernier, adjunct faculty in school psychology, is leading a clinical trial looking at how a topical CBD gel can reduce the symptoms of autism.
Deeper Dive Session Explores Data Systems
Professor Charles Peck comments on lessons from a three-year study he co-authored that highlights ways teacher education programs can collect, report and act on an array of program outcome measures to support and sustain their work.
University of Washington's online early childhood education program named No. 1
The University of Washington's online bachelor's degree in early care and education is the top-ranked program in the nation, receiving recognition for its high quality and flexible curriculum.
Social Justice in Teacher Preparation Programs
Ken Zeichner, Boeing Professor of Teacher Education Emeritus, discusses where teacher preparation programs miss the mark on social justice and more in this podcast.
Co-designing for justice in family-school-community partnerships
Researchers with the UW-based Family Leadership Design Collaborative outlined a new, solidarity-driven process of partnership between communities of color, educators and researchers toward community-defined well being and educational justice in a recent paper.
A history lesson goes Off the Map
Professor Katie Headrick Taylor comments on the "Off the Map" project, in which students are using technology to learn and preserve the history of Maryville, Tenn.
Public invited to get on board with Off the Map local history project
Professor Katie Headrick Taylor is leading a project in which Tennessee high school students are uploading Alcoa and Maryville history into a mobile app.