A UVA-based team is testing a robot used to increase young learners’ exposure to computer science skills in areas from southwest Virginia to rural Colombia.
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Education professor Michael Kennedy says artificial intelligence may help elementary school children learn better and faster.
Algorithms generating tailored suggestions are increasingly used across sectors, including in education. One UVA researcher is on a mission to determine if they actually improve student outcomes.
Driven by a passion for uplifting women and girls in tech, Kim Wilkens has built a thriving career as a teacher, nonprofit leader, and community advocate. Earning her doctorate at UVA is helping her take her passion to the next level.
The computer-based simulator provides hours of meaningful practice for UVA students training for a variety of professions in education and human development.
The EdTech Evidence Exchange’s new system will enable teachers nationwide to share what technology works where and why.
Using a telehealth system called “ECHO,” School of Education and Human Development professors Gail Lovette and Rose Nevill have come up with a way to help the caregivers of children with developmental delays.
Michael Kennedy combined his expertise as a special education scholar and his passion for technology to create a new app designed to improve teaching for special education students.
A research team at UVA aims to improve the job search process so that investments in a college education translate into good jobs for graduates.