Professor Virginia Berninger discusses how handwriting aids cognitive development in a report on the continuing importance of handwriting.
How companies are keeping handwriting alive in a digital age
Video: Making the Most of Your Child's Gifts
Professor Nancy Hertzog describes how to nurture your child's natural gifts and enhance his or her learning potential, while ensuring s/he receives age-apppropriate social and emotional support.
Video: Preparing Students to be Citizens
Professor Walter Parker talks about ways in which schools and parents can educate children to become thoughtful citizens of the world.
Equity Allies: How School Leaders Can Promote Equitable Educational Opportunities
Professor Jessica Rigby comments on the important components of infusing equity into leadership practices, and offers education leaders recommendations to guide their work in placing equity at the center of school reform efforts.
James Banks: Father of Multicultural Education
In a four-part video interview, Professor James Banks discusses his early years, his research in multicultural education, current education policies and much more.
Renowned UW educator John Goodlad dies at 94
The life of John Goodlad, a retired University of Washington professor of education, is remembered including his landmark studies on public education that sparked a new generation of research efforts to improve schools and better train teachers.
Past President John Goodlad Dies
The impact of professor emeritus John Goodlad, a past president of the American Educational Research Association, and his work is highlighted.
The passing of a giant in education
The life and work of professor emeritus John Goodlad, a renowned education researcher who wrote A Place Called School, is detailed.
In Memoriam: John I. Goodlad
The life and work of the late UW professor John I. Goodlad, a giant in 20th-century education and former elected president of AACTE, is highlighted.