Margarita Bianco and Pathways2Teaching featured in The Denver Post

Pathways2Teaching, meanwhile, is a nationally recognized initiative founded by CU Denver Professor Margarita Bianco that aims to get more minority students into classrooms to better reflect the diversity of a local student population, Schultz said. Students of color interested in teaching face a variety of barriers, including poverty, language and being first-generation college students, said […]

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SEHD partnerships in rural Colorado featured in CU Denver TODAY

Amid Colorado’s short-grass prairies, hidden-jewel farming communities and small historic mountain towns, educators, non-profits and community members are feeling the pinch. School districts are facing remarkable challenges finding and retaining highly qualified teachers, especially in high-needs fields, such as special education, math and science. Nonprofits and human-services agencies in rural Colorado are having issues finding […]

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Linda Bowman leads the development of an EdD area of study for higher-education leaders

Access for all Bowman was hired by CU Denver’s SEHD to lead the development of the new Doctor of Education, Leadership for Educational Equity concentration in higher education. She will be working with others this year to get ready for the first classes. The new offering empowers leaders in higher education to improve educational access, equity and success […]

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Kristie Kauerz, EdD, joins school of education

The University of Colorado Denver’s School of Education & Human Development (SEHD) announced that early learning specialist Kristie Kauerz, EdD, is joining the faculty and will bring the National P-3 Center to Colorado. Kauerz, currently a research assistant professor at the University of Washington, specializes in bridging the worlds of early childhood education and K-12 education through education reform, […]

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SEHD undergraduates and Pathways2Teaching students receive awards at Colorado State Capitol

Four students who are enrolled in CU Denver School of Education & Human Development programs were selected for the Colorado Department of Higher Education’s 2018 Future Educator Honor Roll Ceremony. The honorees were celebrated during Teacher Appreciation Week at a ceremony in the West Foyer of the Colorado State Capitol on May 2. [Check out the full Story […]

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Video-Based Teaching Article via our own Science, Math and ILT Faculty

Johnson, H., Dunlap, J., Verma, G., McClintock, E., DeBay, D., & Bourdeaux, B. (2018). Video-Based Teaching Playgrounds: Designing Online Learning Opportunities to Foster Professional Noticing of Teaching Practices. Techtrends. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11528-018-0286-5 In this article, we share design guidelines for the development and use of online, video-based teaching playgrounds, which provide opportunities for prospective teachers to engage […]

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Manuel Espinoza and Right to Learn students featured in CU Denver TODAY

Several students in the School of Education & Human Development’s (SEHD) Right to Learn Undergraduate Research Collaborative (R2L), along with Associate Professor Manuel Espinoza, recently presented their research into educational rights at Georgetown Law School’s “Law, Culture and the Humanities Conference” in Washington, D.C. [Check out the full story on CU Denver TODAY]

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