Sean Michael Morris quoted in Inside Higher Ed

The shift to remote learning: the human element Can we expect that pandemic-related pedagogies, policies and approaches will somehow change the face of education? “What’s happening now isn’t what we ever imagined for online education or digital learning,” says Sean Michael Morris, director, Digital Pedagogy Lab, and senior instructor of learning design and technology at […]

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Sean Michael Morris interviewed by National Public Radio, March 19, 2020

‘Panic-gogy’: Teaching Online Classes During the Coronavirus Pandemic Digital learning experts have some surprising advice: do less. Sean Michael Morris, senior instructor in the learning design & technology program at the University of Colorado Denver, says that in this unprecedented time. “Recognizing that we’re also human, we also have to figure this out together is […]

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Kent Seidel and research partners quoted in Education Week on the Topic of Research and PD in Rural School Districts

“So, our approach on this has been to work collaboratively, closely in partnership with folks who are trying to get better evidence to change their practice on a day-to-day, year-to-year basis,” Seidel said. “By being a research partner to them, we’re actually able to better understand how things can improve over time and what really […]

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School Psychology Assessment Services Featured in CU Denver News

About 10 years ago, CU Denver’s School Psychology program, in partnership with the CU Denver Student and Community Counseling Center, developed the Psychological Testing & Assessment service to address a vital need in the community for a fraction of the cost. Each semester, under the supervision of a licensed psychologist, a handful of advanced doctoral […]

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Margarita Bianco featured in Education Week

Wanted: Teachers as diverse as their students The Pionero Scholars program at Lipscomb University in Tennessee helps prepare Latino and immigrant students in metropolitan Nashville for careers in education. “It’s those young people who don’t see themselves reflected in the curriculum, who don’t see themselves reflected in the educator workforce or school leadership,” said Margarita […]

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