“We’re doing lots of listening right now but still advising students to move forward so they have something to look forward to,” said Nathan Cadena, Denver Scholarship Foundation chief operating officer. The foundation provides resources and support for predominantly low-income and first-generation Denver students entering and attending college. Check out the full article on Chalkbeat.
Some of the students made a video about coping during these times. Check it out here!
In my first year as a faculty member, I was swept away with the tidal wave of teaching a 4-4, prepping new courses, engaging in research and service while also managing my life as a mother of a 3-year-old and 6-month-old with a partner who travels five months of the year for work. I describe […]
Today, we join in commemorating an important milestone in the history of women’s suffrage. On this day in 1893, voters in the Centennial State passed constitutional amendment HB 118, prohibiting discrimination against women in voting laws. It was the first time that our nation extended voting rights beyond men—not by a stroke of the pen—but by […]
Geeta Verma is Editor/Author of a New Book – Science Education in India: Philosophical, Historical, and Contemporary Conversations
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Reggio-Emilia inspired teaching coming to at least two preschools in Denver “Denver has been a bold city around early childhood,” said Rebecca Kantor, dean of the school of education and human development at the University of Colorado Denver, a partner in the work at Z Place. And adopting the Reggio approach is a “continuation of […]