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This year, the Learning Disabilities Association of Iowa (LDA-IA) is recognizing University of Iowa College of Education Associate Professor Deborah K. Reed as a leading advocate in the state.
The first round of Noyce Scholars will help with the shortage of science teachers through a collaborative effort between the UI College of Education and UI College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
The University of Iowa has partnered with the Iowa Children’s Museum to produce a new hands-on exhibit that will use an interactive skate park concept to teach physics principles.
Oct. 10–14 marked the fourth annual We Are Phil giving appeal for University of Iowa faculty and staff, but the push to bolster private support for UI people and programs continues.
The University of Iowa has partnered with a federal agency to conduct a series of workshops across the country aimed at helping secondary school STEM teachers introduce innovation and entrepreneurship concepts into their teaching.
Associate professors with the University of Iowa College of Education David Cassels Johnson and Lia Plakans recently earned $2.2 million in grant funding from the US Department of Education for their Advocacy, Capacity, and Collaboration for English Learners in Iowa initiative (ACCEL). This is to help teachers in training and those in practice to teach English language learner students in more impactful ways. Listen as they discuss Iowa's level of need for teachers who teach in multiple languages in this Iowa Public Radio piece.
Joyce Tsai is a Moholy scholar who organized a 2015 exhibition of his paintings. She thinks his reputation as "a guy who just phones it in, quite literally," as a theorist is being put to rest by shows such as hers and by a big new retrospective.
Teachers in training and those in practice will soon be able to teach English language learner students in more impactful ways thanks to a new $2.2 million grant project.
Diverse reasons draw some of the "best and the brightest" students to the field of education as Dean's Scholars.
Jeremy Williams, a doctoral student in the Higher Education and Student Affairs program, helps other veterans succeed.