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Curry School Students and Faculty Have Strong Showing at Annual Education Research Conference


This week, faculty members and students at the Curry School of Education are joining education researchers from around the globe for the AERA annual meeting.

Hamre and Pianta’s Research Cited in Huffington Post Blog


Bridget Hamre and Dean Pianta's research on the CLASS was cited In a recent blog post by John Thompson in the Huffington Post. ... read more

For Preschoolers, Math Means More Than Counting to 10


A new curriculum with teacher supports is teaching important math and science concepts to pre-K students, concepts that might be more important in the long run than reading skills.

Amanda Williford to guest on ‘HearSay With Cathy Lewis’


Tune in Thursday, March 12 to "HearSay with Cathy Lewis" to hear the Curry School's Amanda Williford discuss the Virginia Kindergarten Readiness Project. ... read more

Holland Banse wants to bridge the gap between research and practice


Profile of Educational Psychology-Applied Developmental Science graduate student Holland Banse

CASTL Research Makes NPR’s list of ‘5 Lessons Education Research Taught us in 2014’


National Public Radio (NPR) recently published a list of five lessons education research taught us in 2014 ... read more

The CLASS Featured in the Seattle Times


The Classroom Assessment Scoring System, created by researchers at the Center for Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning, is being used in Washington preschools. ... read more

Relationship Blindness: How Disagreeable Teens Don’t See What Their Friends Do


Have you ever had that one friend? The one that was constantly creating conflict and would never admit fault? The one friend that made you work extra hard to keep the friendship go

Prof. Hamre Quoted in Reuters Story About Teacher Depression


According to Associate Research Professor Bridget Hamre, paying attention to and supporting teachers' well-being should be included in the discussion about school reforms. ... read more

Visiting Scholar From New Zealand seeks CASTL’s Expertise About the CLASS and MTP


The Center for Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning (CASTL) welcomes visiting scholar Christine Rubie-Davies, a professor in Education at the University of Auckland, New Zealand

CASTL Research Well Represented at the SRCD Biennial Conference


Researchers and graduate students from the Center for Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning (CASTL) are poised to make a big impact on the 2015 SRCD meeting

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