Alice Tsoodle (MEd '16) is co-author of a piece discussing the development of ISTEAM (Indigenous science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) — learning environments that support Indigenous students' intellectual, emotional and communal thriving.
Creating Science Learning Environments in Which Indigenous Students Can Thrive
Educators innovate to reach marginalized students
Dean Mia Tuan comments on the potential impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on higher education.
Artist-in-residence publishes new collection of stories
"A Sense of the Whole," a new collection of stories by Siamak Vossoughi, the UW College of Education's artist-in-residence, is now available for pre-order from Orison Books.
South Korean high school seniors are eager to return to the classroom
Ji-young Lee, a PhD student in multicultural education, comments on the pressure South Korean students face to win admission to top schools through the country's university entrance exam.
What it’s like to photograph a campus and medical center amid a pandemic
Pheng Keopraseurt, a custodian in the UW College of Education, is photographed at work in Miller Hall.
The Prospects for Just Schools in the Wake of COVID-19 Responses
Professor Ann Ishimaru comments in a blog post on two dangerous assumptions about families that are driving current decisions by school systems that threaten to worsen racial inequities.
Junior education major named Udall Scholar
Sierra Campbell, an Education, Communities and Organizations major, has received a prestigious Udall Scholarship that will support her goal to work with communities in addressing the holistic health and wellbeing of Native American youth.
App reduces anxiety, provides outlet for creativity for children
Professor Janine Jones led a research partnership studying the impact of an app on the learning experiences and moods of chronically stressed children in their learning environment.
Lunch Ladies and the Fight for School Food Justice: A Superhero Origin Story
Christine Tran, a doctoral student in educational leadership, policy and organizations, writes about the role of school food labor amid the COVID-19 pandemic and its connections to school food history and social justice movements.
Continuity Planning through Uncharted Territories and an Unprecedented Crisis
Yanko Michea, director of information and learning technologies, discusses how UW College of Education adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure the continuation of productive teaching and learning (story starts on page 4).