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Virginia Teachers Talk Civil Rights and Social Justice at Inaugural Institute

The Curry School’s Teachers in the Movement project hosted a five-day summer institute for local educators interested in oral history, the Civil Rights era and social justice.

 

2018 IDEA Award Winner Q&A: Chad Nichols

Every year, the Curry School of Education awards grant funding to select students as part of the Curry Innovative, Developmental, Exploratory Awards (IDEA) Competition. Funded through Curry’s Research and Development Fund, this grant helps students advance both their careers and the field of education through the development of innovative research. This article is a part of a series that explores the winning 2018 IDEA projects and their potential impact on education.

 

2018 IDEA Award Winner Q&A: Kate Peeples

Every year, the Curry School of Education awards grant funding to select students as part of the Curry Innovative, Developmental, Exploratory Awards (IDEA) Competition. Funded through Curry’s Research and Development Fund, this grant helps students advance both their careers and the field of education through the development of innovative research. This article is a part of a series that explores the winning 2018 IDEA projects and their potential impact on education.

 

Curry School’s Master’s Degree Rated No. 3 in the Nation

The Curry School of Education’s elementary teaching master’s program ranks No. 3 in the nation, according to an internet ranking site.

 

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Special Issue of School Psychology Review Highlights New Approaches to Close the Discipline Gap in US Schools

Researchers from the Curry School of Education Lead the Call for Culturally-Responsive Teaching and Student Engagement Models

 

2018 IDEA Award Winner Q&A: Francisca Romo

Every year, the Curry School of Education awards grant funding to select students as part of the Curry Innovative, Developmental, Exploratory Awards (IDEA) Competition. Funded through Curry’s Research and Development Fund, this grant helps students advance both their careers and the field of education through the development of innovative research. This article is a part of a series that explores the winning 2018 IDEA projects and their potential impact on education.

 

2018 IDEA Award Winner Q&A: Jaclyn Russo

Every year, the Curry School of Education awards grant funding to select students as part of the Curry Innovative, Developmental, Exploratory Awards (IDEA) Competition. Funded through Curry’s Research and Development Fund, this grant helps students advance both their careers and the field of education through the development of innovative research. This article is a part of a series that explores the winning 2018 IDEA projects and their potential impact on education.

 

Let’s Go to the Tape: Study Uses Classroom Video to Improve Preschool Behavior

How can preschool teachers curb disruptive behavior before it hinders learning? A new UVA study evaluates the effectiveness of data-driven video consultation on teaching strategies.

 

Dialogue With the Dalai Lama: A 15-Year Journey in Mindfulness and Education

Tish Jennings presented her research to the Dalai Lama earlier this month in India. (Photo by Jonathan Joy-Gaba)

 

Five Ways to Foster Community in Distance Education

Jenny Provo Quarles, the Curry School’s new Manager of Online Operations, debunks common misconceptions about distance learning and shares five ideas for how to build community-focused programs.

 

Live and Learn: Finding an Answer to ‘When Am I Ever Going to Use This Stuff?’

Newly published research from the University of Virginia offers teachers techniques that help struggling students thrive.

 

Sublime Slime: Where Biology and Engineering Meet, High School Students Benefit

With a hands-on project involving pipe cleaners and slime mold, a Curry School student-teacher leads the way in integrating engineering design into local high school biology classes.

 

Curry Research Finds Suspending Students, In or Out of School, is Problematic

In an effort to avoid using one disciplinary practice with increasingly negative results, schools may unknowingly be utilizing an alternative practice associated with many of the same outcomes.

 

New Curry Ph.D. Program To Address Complexities of Language Education In the U.S.

With the number of multilingual students in the U.S. on the rise, a new Ph.D. program in the Curry School of Education is designed specifically to address their unique educational needs.

 

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