Research Associate Julie McCleery, author of the "State of Play: Seattle-King County" report, has received a population health pilot research grant for a project supporting equitable access to physical activity for children in King...
Reearcher receives funding to develop app supporting youth physical activity
So now you’re a teacher: Educational resources to use during the coronavirus school closures
Guides filled with resources for children in kindergarten and younger as well as for elementary school-aged kids — compiled by UW College of Education faculty — are highlighted.
DIY homeschool: One mom’s efforts to keep her kid’s brain from going mushy
Professor Kristen Missall comments on the need for parents to reset expectations and take a broad view of learning while their children are at home.
Is school really out? Districts answer that question differently during the coronavirus closure
Professors Meredith Honig and Soojin Oh Park comment on the challenges faced by school districts in providing remote instruction in an engaging and equitable manner.
UW's online ABA program ranked among nation's best
The University of Washington's ABA master's degree online program has been ranked among the nation's top programs, including "Best in the Northwest."
Parents enroll their kids in Washington's public online schools amid coronavirus outbreak
Professor Kristen Missall comments on how parents can approach academics at home as children go online to learn during the coronavirus outbreak.
Exercise Tips To Help Kids, Teens and Families Stay Balanced at Home
A list of resources compiled by faculty member Julie McCleery shares tips for keeping kids of all ages physically active while schools are closed during the coronavirus outbreak.
Best Online Education Resources for Kids and Families During Coronavirus School Closures
Two guides of free online resources curated by UW College of Education faculty to support families with young children during a period of school and child-care program closures are highlighted.
Professor Challenges Systemic Racism During #AACTE20 Opening Keynote
Robin DiAngelo, affiliate associate professor of education, shared how to implement strategic, intentional actions to interrupt the system of racism in education during her keynote address at the AACTE 2020 Annual Meeting.
The coronavirus is forcing many colleges to go online only
Megan Kelley-Petersen, director of the UW Accelerated Certification for Teachers program for teachers who want to earn their certification while working full time, comments on how new technologies, like videoconferencing, allow students to work together remotely in ways that mimic face-to-face...