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Two EHD faculty members and one alumna were featured in the UVA Center for Teaching Excellence series highlighting instructors making a big impact with small changes.
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.
Researchers studying the impact of disrupted formal learning in American students due to immigration status, chronic health problems or other reasons, offer insight into what comes next for post-COVID education.
UVA researchers are studying which elements of teacher preparation programs connect to successful early-career teaching.
A team of faculty and students from the School of Education and Human Development worked with practicing educators to launch a new online resource hub, “Educating for Democracy.”
In her new book, SEL From The Start, Professor Rimm-Kaufman created a best-practices manual on how to teach social-emotional learning that offers research-based insights in a fun way.
Tish Jennings has answers for what she says has become an outdated educational system that causes stress and impairs teaching and learning.
UVA researchers worked with the state Department of Education to complete the first in-depth examination of teacher working conditions in Virginia. A new grant will fund a deeper analysis that links working conditions to equitable student outcomes and teacher retention.
Experts, teachers, administrators, and policymakers from across the Commonwealth convened for a half-day virtual summit on the science of reading and effective literacy instruction.
Two UVA professors worked with administrators and teachers at Baker-Butler Elementary School to develop a design-thinking curriculum that has contributed to the school’s success in closing achievement gaps.
When the coronavirus pandemic hit, the research team made adjustments to their project, always thinking about how to serve their partnering teachers well.
This summer, UVA experts and local educators held conversations and shared practical tips about educational equity in a virtual environment.
Wondering what this fall will look like at the Curry School? Our online team breaks down five core elements of the Curry School’s new safe, flexible hybrid learning model.
Using lessons about social justice to increase students’ connection to mathematics is a way to show how mathematics can be a tool to critique and improve the world.
A UVA professor of reading education says that some children will need higher levels of intensive, targeted reading instruction at the beginning of this school year.
The research team is developing a set of resources to help teachers create positive engagement and academic achievement for K-12 students with disabilities.
Professor Emily Solari will lead a team of researchers to evaluate the Reading Well program’s impact on first grade children.
Massachusetts requires its entire teacher population earn an English language learning endorsement. New research shows a variety of factors are influencing how teacher educators interpret and teach that policy.
Curry School Researchers Land $1.35M Grant to Examine How Simulations Improve Math Skills During Teacher Preparation
The team is looking at improving general elementary teachers’ ability to effectively engage students with disabilities in mathematics instruction.
As an unprecedented academic year comes to a close, experts on distance learning from UVA’s Curry School reflect on what the pandemic has taught us about online learning – and how those lessons can guide us to a more open, accessible future for academia.