A New Pedagogy is Emerging…

Remixed CC By teachonline.ca  In all the discussion about learning management systems, open educational resources (OER), massive open online courses (MOOCs), social media, options for assessment, learning analytics, new forms of credentials, and augmented and virtual reality, perhaps the most important issues, concern how technology is changing the way we teach and – more importantly […]

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Sally Nathenson-Mejia featured in CU Denver TODAY

Education professor uses passion to inspire tomorrow’s teachers Lynn K. Rhodes award winner promotes books, multiculturalism in classroom Although she has taught two basic tenets of education for nearly 40 years, Sally Nathenson-Mejia, PhD, of CU Denver’s Responsive Literacy Education Program considers her life’s work anything but basic. In her mind, reading and writing open the door to […]

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Dr. Sofía Chaparro Selected as 2019 TIRF Alatis Prize Recipient

We are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2019 TIRF James E. Alatis Prize for Research on Language Planning and Policy in Educational Contexts. Dr. Nelson Flores, Associate Professor at the University of Pennsylvania, and Dr. Sofía Chaparro, Assistant Professor at the University of Colorado Denver, have been named as the winners of TIRF’s 2019 […]

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SEHD alumna is next DPS Superintendent

Susana Cordova is unanimous pick to lead school district CU Denver alumna Susana Cordova (MA, ’00) is the next superintendent of Denver Public Schools (DPS). Cordova, unanimously approved this week, holds a MEd in educational, instructional and curriculum supervision from the School of Education & Human Development. In 2016, Cordova served as acting DPS superintendent, filling in while Tom […]

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Farah Ibrahim featured in CU Denver TODAY

The culture of counseling Education school prepares future counselors to address diverse clients Deeply exploring counseling clients’ worldviews, cultural identities, privilege and oppression plays a key role in helping them heal. Every day, culturally diverse counseling clients walk into clinics, schools and private practices throughout the world to share their deepest concerns, hopes and dreams. Each […]

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Kristie Kauerz quoted in Education Dive

Pre-K-3 leadership academy fosters early learning hubs There are several new education professional development opportunities that focus specifically on increasing principals’ understanding of recommended early-childhood practices. “The field-wide move toward focusing on birth through age 8 has prompted more intentional discussion of what is the ‘through-8’ side,” Kristie Kauerz, director of the National P-3 Center […]

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Congratulations to Dr. Farah Ibrahim and her daughter, Jianna R. Henuer

Congratulations to Dr. Farah Ibrahim and her daughter, Jianna R. Henuer on their recent book chapter (2018), Issues in Counseling South Asian Americans. You may find the chapter in MJ. Perera, E.C. Chang (eds. ), Biopsychosocial Approaches to Understanding Health in South Asian American, Cross-Cultural Research in Health, Illness and Well-Being (see link) below. https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007/978-3-319-91120-5.pdf

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Journal of Teacher Education features Margarita Bianco’s research on developing a diversified teaching workforce

The genesis of this issue is in large part an outgrowth of the organizing efforts of the leaders of AACTE’s Diversified Teaching Workforce (DTW) Topical Action Group (TAG). The DTW TAG held its first meeting at the 2015 AACTE Annual Conference, and subcommittees were formed to address recruitment, research, mentorship, professional development, and advocacy. At […]

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