SEHD Social Media Workshops for Faculty and Doctoral Students

Do you wish you knew more about social media? Would you like to use Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram, YouTube, Snapchat, blogs, and other digital platforms to increase your visibility and reach as an educator and scholar? Scott McLeod and Heather Johnson are facilitating a series of four social media workshops for SEHD faculty and […]

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Grants available for faculty through Center for Faculty Development

YUMPs (Young Upwardly Mobile Professors) grant funds are available through the Center for Faculty Development to support tenure-track faculty for activities that advance them toward tenure.  Funded activities can include: attending professional conferences, hiring a research assistant, or buying books/software.  Please remind your tenure-track faculty that these funds are available to them. Funding Limit: $500/year Eligibility: […]

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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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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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This Friday: Designing for Deeper Learning with Connected Learning and Domain of One’s Own with Julia Kantor

Laptop | Lunch | Learn What does a classroom look, feel and sound like when robust, deep learning is happening? How do we design for such classrooms that, additionally, take into account principles of equity and justice? Are issues of student voice and agency taken into account when we design? In this workshop, we will […]

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SEHD Special Education Student Received 2nd Place Award at RACAS

Lea Ziegler, a standout undergraduate special education major, won 2nd place in the Arts/Humanities/Social Sciences poster division at CU Denver’s Research and Creative Activities Symposium (RACAS) on Friday, April 27, 2018. Lea’s project, titled, “Inclusionary Practices in the Classroom,” explored the instructional methods that create an inclusive classroom environment, especially for culturally and linguistically diverse students […]

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ACUE Course in Effective Teaching Practice

The CU Denver Center for Faculty Development (CFD) is getting ready to roll out a fantastic Provost funded professional development opportunity for faculty.  In 2018-2019 we will be offering the ACUE Course in Effective Teaching Practice, a 25 module, online course that prepares college educators to use the research-based techniques shown to help students succeed.  […]

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Colorado Rural Districts and Partners Win $1 Million William and Flora Hewlett Grant

The Student-Centered Accountability Program (S-CAP), its five founding districts (Buena Vista, Buffalo-Merino, Kit Carson, La Veta, and Monte Vista), and partners Battelle for Kids, Generation Schools Network, and the University of Colorado Denver Center for Practice Engaged Education Research are the recipients of a $1 million, three-year William and Flora Hewlett Foundation grant. The grant […]

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