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  1. Recess favorite: the swings

    ... she enjoys “the aha-moment when a student gets excited about learning something, and it’s a little different for each child.” ... my eighth grade homeroom teacher who had this special thing about her: She was able to connect so easily with her students. What is a ...

  2. Educational excursion: ASU faculty members seeking insights, research partners in Israel

    ... historical, religious and political significance as just about any place in the world. An opportunity to meet some of the people and ... Besides getting a look at “a place you hear a lot about in the news,” Carberry — who teaches engineering — said he is ...

  3. Congratulations to our spring 2018 PhD graduates!

    ... earn their doctorates, they have to generate new knowledge about education — that means new knowledge about how humans learn, how our education systems are organized and how we can ...

  4. Josephine Marsh

    ... doctoral students, and consults with local school districts about infusing literacy instruction into content-area teaching. Since 2010, ... ethnographic and action research methods to build knowledge about literacy instructional methods and the school transformation process. ...

  5. Using technology to build bridges for problem-based learning

    ... is very different from them.   In the process, they learn about that other person and their culture. Simultaneously, we’re helping ... forward and do it.” Fitzgerald wasn’t worried at all about parental concerns. “All the parents have been enthusiastic and ...

  6. Is there a way to keep struggling online students from logging off for good?

    ... explain UNI 220 Video of What are you thinking about? Jeongeun Kim, Ph.D. & Mark Wiederspan, Ph.D. The second ... Related story URL:  "What are you thinking about?" Mark Wiederspan and Jeongeun Kim Erik Ketcherside ...

  7. Where an Educational Studies degree can take you

    ... education major, then changed to film, until she heard about the educational studies major and what it had to offer. Now, only a ... visits schools and businesses to teach children and adults about recycling and other sustainability topics, like gardening, composting and ...

  8. Kulinna honored by international PE research association

    Fri, 06/24/2016 - 15:30 Learn more about Pamela Hodges Kulinna's research here. At the 2016 conference ... opportunities to advance the cause she is most passionate about: encouraging and supporting active schools. At last year’s AIESEP ...

  9. You thought they were paying attention, but …

    ... as they discuss ideas with peers and maybe even argue about which response is best, that is when learning occurs. These students are ... learning challenges. She gathers evidence-based findings about new ways to teach complex science concepts and studies why some students ...

  10. ‘Education by Design’ event showcases innovation with purpose

    ... a problem with teachers. We can sit here and wring our hands about the teacher shortage,” Basile said. “We can wring our hands that ... teacher programs, but the fact is, we have to do something about it.” Basile said it’s not just about low pay, overcrowded ...

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