Ahead of his on-Grounds conversation with the Curry School community, Louisiana State Superintendent John White discusses the state of American education with Curry School Dean Bob Pianta.
An early childhood education program in Virginia helped improve children’s school readiness and strengthen supports and relationships within school communities
“Differentiated instruction” counters the prevalent system of placing similar students on “tracks” or “levels.” In fact, Tomlinson argues, there are no such thing as “similar students.”
Students in Associate Professor Patrice Grimes's class spent a Saturday at James Madison’s home, talking about how to teach the legacies of freedom and slavery.
What is that something that makes a professor a favorite? UVA researchers built and are piloting a new observational tool designed to identify what makes a class session engaging and effective.
Jane Batten’s gift will enable creation of professorships and fellowships in UVA’s Curry School, positively affecting the quality of education offered to young people.
Get to know a few of our doctoral candidates and newest Dean's Fellows – including their path to UVA, how they developed a passion for research, and their best advice for current Ph.D. applicants.
Dan is a Ph.D. candidate in Education Policy from Santo Domingo, Costa Rica. His research interests lie primarily in the intersection between K-12 education policy, international development and poverty, and behavioral science.
Jessica is a Ph.D. candidate in Higher Education from Sterling, Virginia. Jessica also earned her M.Ed. in Higher Education from the Curry School, and she's now studying how to create and maintain student-centered policy in college and university environments.
Theresa is a Ph.D. candidate in Educational Psychology - Applied Developmental Science from Friendship, Wisconsin, studying how to facilitate, create and maintain positive adult-student relationships. Before coming to UVA, Theresa was a teacher-trainer with the Peace Corps in Ethiopia, a 4th grade teacher in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, and a College Advisor at SEO Scholars in NYC.
Helen is a Ph.D. candidate in Curriculum & Instruction from Sacramento, California, studying the impact of trauma on students and how to equip teachers with trauma-sensitive practices.
From frequent visits to the Boys & Girls Clubs to regular mentoring and tutoring at local elementary schools, the Curry School's Ben Hogg has left his mark on the Charlottesville community.
Peter Tuerk’s new paper on the association between post-traumatic stress disorder and Type 2 diabetes has the scientific community excited.
Kinesiology faculty and alumni shared the latest research and techniques integrating technology into enhancing the performance of student athletes and in preventing or reducing injuries.
As we settle into a new school year, student affairs staff share details on upcoming events plus four tips for how students, online or on-Grounds, can stay connected throughout the semester.
A summer camp collaboration between UVA and Charlottesville City Schools helps English learners adjust to life in Charlottesville while giving teachers-in-training valuable hands-on experience.
Michael Lyons, a school psychologist at UVA’s Curry School of Education and Human Development who has been researching mentoring for years, shares important advice.
Students and educators, from kindergartners through college seniors, are headed back to school this month, and UVA’s Curry School of Education and Human Development offers abundant resources to promote educational success.
As the country gears up for another contentious presidential election, UVA assistant professor Rachel Wahl is working to find out how dialogue can help college students navigate political disagreements – and where it falls short.