Retired UW College of Education professor Joseph Stowitschek recently published his first novel, “River Run,” with his experiences at the College influencing his characters..
Keeping the mind healthy though storytelling
With schools shuttered by coronavirus, here’s what experts recommend for teaching online
UW College of Education doctoral candidate Elba Moise comments on the importance of students having space to show their real selves in during online classes.
Lynnwood teacher’s Arctic trip inspires kids to ditch plastic
A class project that resulted in changing a Lynnwood elementary school's single use plastic policy was led by Jennie Warmouth (PhD ‘17), who recently traveled to the Arctic as part of a National Geographic fellowship.
Parenting and working from home during coronavirus
Professor Jim Mazza is interviewed about his livestream series that focuses on sharing coping strategies and emotion regulation skills to aid parents in dealing with the COVID-19 crisis.
Emotional Needs Should Come First for Families During COVID-19
Yev Veverka, teaching associate and practicum coordinator for the UW's Applied Behavior Analysis program, writes that families need more support in focusing first on navigating children’s emotional needs during the current crisis.
School budgets are in big trouble, especially in high-poverty areas
Professor David Knight, whose research has explored the impact of the Great Recession on school funding, comments on the importance of maintaining equity as districts and states contend with a potential loss of revenue.
Coronavirus has closed Washington’s schools. When will it be safe to return?
Professor Ann Ishimaru comments on the need to ensure decisions about whether to re-open schools include input from vulnerable families whose voices have historically been ignored.
Is your family's mental health taking a hit from COVID-19? Take this class
Professor James Mazza, who is holding interactive online sessions for families on how to deal with the emotional upheavals, is featured.
Parents of kids with disabilities fear lasting consequences of school closures
The UW's Experimental Education Unit, a developmental preschool program that teaches kids with disabilities alongside kids without, is mentioned and the parent of student is interviewed.
Education books: Athletics and higher ed, supervising school principals, activist-oriented teaching — and a conversation with James Banks on his new book of essays
Four new books written or edited by UW College of Education faculty and researchers are noted along with a Q&A with Professor James A. Banks.