The College of Education & Human Development has several local, state and nationally-funded projects that received funding in 2013 to continue their work. These include:
Gwen Benson Network for Enhancing Teacher Quality Project U.S. Department of Education $2.09 million
Amy Lederberg Center for Literacy and… more »
Four faculty members in the College of Education & Human Development received Teacher Quality Enhancement grants from the U.S. Department of Education, which support projects that improve student achievement and teacher preparation.
These projects offer professional development opportunities for teachers in high-need schools to learn more about mathematics, economics and science, and create engaging lesson… more »
When a person walks across a room, his feet typically move with a heel-to-toe motion. But for some, this gait pattern doesn’t come naturally.
Instead, they walk on their toes.
College of Education & Human Development doctoral student Daniel Fanchiang has focused his dissertation on idiopathic toe walkers, or those people who walk on their… more »
This fall, the College of Education & Human Development welcomed two new research centers – the Center for Pediatric Locomotion Sciences and the Urban Child Study Center. These centers join the Center for School Safety as epicenters of research on issues facing educators across the country and around the world. Read more…
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