Free Seminar with Margarita Bianco available to SEHD Community

Special Education Teacher Shortage: Data and Solution Collaboration for Effective Educator Development, Accountability and Reform Conference – Live Stream April 23, 8:45 a.m. – 9:20 a.m. MST The Special Education teacher shortage is multi-faceted problem. For example, rather than shortages, some states have distributional problems disadvantaging both remote rural districts and high poverty, low achieving […]

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Undergraduate Research Poster Session on 5/16

May 16 from 2:15 to 3:15 pm at LSC 648 Refreshments will be served. The undergraduate HDFR research class (RSEM 4100 Research & Statistics) wishes to invite you to their research poster session on! Projects include both quantitative and qualitative studies. Research topics feature: Parent and family influences (e.g., SES, education, expectations, encouragement, support, parenting […]

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Final Defense – Bonnie Martinez

R.E.D. Alert: Relationships, Equity, and De-escalation: How Teachers Describe and Demonstrate a Culturally Appropriate Pedagogy of Relationships April 18th 9:30 LSC 603 This Dissertation Research Project (DRP) explored teacher beliefs and practices regarding Relationships, Equity and De-escalation in a public school that is experiencing rapid growth in their Latino student population. Informed by critical race […]

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April Community Partner Luncheon – April 23

Topic: Youth Focused Programming REGISTER NOW Join us as we discuss the driving commitments of community-serving organizations focused on serving youth in the city and how the voices and needs of young people inform policies and practices of local organizations. Participating panelists: Solicia Lopez, Denver Public Schools-Student Voice and Leadership Derek McCoy, Project PAVE Pamela […]

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No Boring Power Points!

April 22nd 12:00-1:30 LSC 700 BYO-Lunch (light snacks provided) Sponsored by the Responsive Literacy Education Program Jamie Hamilton, a computer aided analysis engineer at General Motors for 6 years, is a member of the Society of Women Engineers and the Society of Automotive Engineers, and holds 3 patents. Jamie has done research into using PowerPoint […]

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Governor Polis’ Vision for Full-Day K – Education Policy Networking Series – April 30

Governor Polis’ Vision for Full-Day K: Leveraging the Entire PreK-3rd Grade Continuum Join us on April 30th as Governor Jared Polis kicks-off the spring School of Public Affairs and School of Education & Human Development Education policy networking series. This program will focus on the Governor’s priority issues and initiatives in the preschool through grade […]

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Final Defense – Tania Hogan

¡Voces de Resistencia! Using LatCrit to Explore the Resilient and Transformational Resistance in Latin@ Pre-Service Teachers Apr 11 @ 9:00 AM LSC 710 Latin@ students remain underrepresented in higher education and in teacher education programs. They often face challenges that stem from economic factors, language barriers, citizenship status, acculturation issues and an isolating campus climate. […]

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