COLLEGE OF EDUCATION | May 2018
 
 

EXPLORING LEARNING, PLACE & TECHNOLOGY

 
 
 

"Using the city as a classroom," a May 3 Facebook Live chat with Professor Katie Headrick Taylor and visiting scholar Rogers Hall, will be the first of two chats exploring the future of community- and video-based learning and research.

 
 
 
Teachers and instructional coaches work together
 

Book offers guidance on creating greater instructional coherence

 

Professor Kara Jackson is co-author of "Systems for Instructional Improvement,” which aims to help leaders enact ambitious visions for instruction in their systems.

 
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Husky 100 students
 

Education students named to 2018 Husky 100

 

The four students share a common desire to advocate for and empower young people, particularly those from marginalized populations.

 
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AERA 2018
 

Video Spotlight: AERA 2018 Highlights

 

UW researchers shared their work on race and ability talk in early childhood, instructional leadership, mathematics learning disability, how parents design home learning environments and more during the 2018 meeting of the American Educational Research Association in New York.

 
 
 

Newsmakers

 

Ilene Schwartz on inclusive education | Filiberto Barajas-López, Ann Ishimaru and Min Sun to study racial equity teams in Seattle schools | Sheila Valencia comments on Washington's NAEP results | Meredith Honig on district central offices | Ken Zeichner to receive honorary degree | Christine Tran on lunch shaming

 
 
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COMING UP

 

View the College calendar for more upcoming events

 
Teacher with tablet
 

"The future of video-based research"

 

This Facebook Live chat will explore how Go-Pro cameras, virtual reality and other technologies are opening new possibilities in education research.
May 17 - 3:30 p.m.
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Family engineering workshop
 

TechTales: Engineering Family Storytelling

 

Professor Megan Bang will discuss projects encouraging families to explore science and engineering together.
May 29 - 6 p.m.
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Education leaders
 

National P-3 Institute

 

Designed for teams working together to implement comprehensive P-3 approaches. Applications due in June.
Oct. 22-25
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Student News

 

As a 6th grade math teacher in Highline School District, Raphael Munavu's passion for social justice defines his approach to teaching math. Now, the master's in instructional leadership student is looking to extend his impact as a teacher leader. READ MORE

 
 

Around the College

 

Joseph receives UW faculty award | Professor co-authors report on supporting immigrant English learners | UW College of Education apparel available for purchase | Essay explores role of public education in place-remaking | Students present at Teaching & Learning Symposium | Jackson co-edits new book ‘Numeracy as Social Practice’ | Eliminating the achievement gap: systems and structures from the ground up | Silverman awarded new grant READ MORE

 
 
 

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