Professor Ann Ishimaru, recently honored by the American Educational Research Association for her exemplary contributions to practice-engaged research, is profiled.
Emissary of equity
The arts help refugees, other students to master academics
Research by Virginia Berninger, professor emeritus, examining the impact of hands-on learning in activating regions of the brain involved in thinking, language and working memory is cited.
When Children's Books Also Tell Stories About Math
The University of Washington's Story Time STEM project is developing toolkits that help adults "mathematize literature" by identifying mathematical themes in books and teach young children about them.
Why Is Donald Trump Interested in Meeting with the Presidents of HBCUs?
Professor Joy Williamson-Lott comments on historically black colleges and universities, examples of retaliation against students who became involved in the freedom movement, and what recent meetings with President Trump mean for the future of HBCUs.
Integrating Scientific Argumentation and Modeling for K-2 Learners
UW researchers share key principles and strategies for engaging K-2 students in the practice of scientific argumentation with explanatory models.
Brothers, mentors, friends
The UW Brotherhood Initiative, led by Professor Joe Lott, is advocating for black and brown students on campus.
What Does Civics Education Look Like In Washington?
Professor Walter Parker discusses changes in civics education and the importance of starting early to help kids grow up to be engaged citizens.
Tacoma educator named Principal of the Year
Dan Besett, principal of Tacoma’s Wilson High School and a graduate of UW's Danforth Educational Leadership Program, is the 2017 Washington State High School Principal of the Year.
The Teaching Channel's most-read blog post of 2016 was co-authored by Elham Kazemi, Condit professor in math and science education, and Kendra Lomax, managing director of Teacher Education by Design (see page 42).