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Assistant Professor Wintre Foxworth Johnson received an award for her article on how a school centered Black history as a way of supporting children’s literacies and identities.
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New research shows novice teachers reduce the rigor of their mathematics instruction the more pressure they perceive from teacher evaluation policies.
April Salerno, assistant professor in the School of Education and Human Development, was one of 9 professors honored with an All-University Teaching Award.
New data shows literacy scores fell during the pandemic. Education professor Emily Solari explains what it will take to recover from these disrupted learning opportunities.
The computer-based simulator provides hours of meaningful practice for UVA students training for a variety of professions in education and human development.
For Katie MacDonald, an elementary school teacher in the Dominican Republic, earning her Master of Teaching from UVA has created new opportunities to impact the educational system in her community.
In a popular undergraduate course, UVA students explore myths and misconceptions commonly encountered in K-12 classrooms. Professor Jennifer Maeng outlines four myths covered in the course.
Teachers, school administrators, researchers and nonprofit leaders in Charlottesville are working together to build a model for how to improve computer science education in elementary schools.
Education Professor Tonya Moon explains how teachers can leverage classroom assessments throughout the school year to better meet the needs of their students.
New findings from Youth-Nex researchers suggest that peer collaboration across language backgrounds is linked to better participation in middle school classrooms and learning for all students.
Retiring dean Bob Pianta’s career researching teacher-student interactions turned into a key to unlock effective teaching.
New research shows that camps and clubs effectively engaging students in STEM subjects are doing much more than providing a series of hands-on activities.
The EdTech Evidence Exchange’s new system will enable teachers nationwide to share what technology works where and why.
UVA education professor Tish Jennings shares how classroom practices that prioritize safety and community can help schools meet students’ needs and get them back on track this school year.
The EdTech Genome identifies 10 variables that affect the effectiveness of technology in the classroom.
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.