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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.

 

Skill Development & Support Broadened Two SURP Interns’ Future Plans

Two SURP interns describe how the interdisciplinary research at UVA has broadened their perspective and prepared them for graduate school.

 

UVA SURP Intern Discusses the Contagious Work Ethic at Curry & How It’s Changing Him

Jose Olais, a 2018 SURP intern, talks about why he chose the Curry School and what skills he’s learning for graduate school and beyond.

 

Motivate Lab Organizes Summit to Cultivate Productive Learning Mindsets

At the 2018 Mindset Summit, the University of Virginia’s Motivate Lab and the University System of Georgia teamed up to develop learning mindset programs that support academic achievement rates in Georgia.

 

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.

 

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.

 

In Athletic Training at UVA, Ties Run Deep

Every program director since the program first began in 1975 returned to Grounds this weekend to celebrate the beginning of a new era for athletic training at UVA.

 

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.

 

Curry School Professors Contribute to Legal Victory for Flint Students

Gail E. Lovette and Bill Therrien spent months assessing the Flint school system’s response to children whose ability to learn has been affected by high levels of lead in the municipal water system.

 

Professor Robert Berry Promotes Equity in Mathematics in New Leadership Role

As the new president of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, UVA professor Robert Q. Berry is asking tough questions about the future of teaching math – all in the pursuit of greater access, equity and joy in mathematics.

 

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