How can virtual reality experiences improve the writing fluency and academic achievement of special needs students?
Researchers in the College of Education will explore applications as part of a proposed pilot project involving elementary and secondary school children at Lehigh-governed Centennial School, which serves children with... Read more »
According to an international survey conducted by Lehigh University’s College of Education’s Office of Global Online Graduate Degrees and Training (Global Online Office) and the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), K–12 international schools actively utilize ISTE Standards for teachers across the globe. The survey was... Read more »
The College of Education is in concordance with the entire Lehigh University Community in rejecting action that discriminates on the basis of religion, nationality, race, gender, or any other personal characteristic or identity. We firmly believe that we are all enriched by relationships that bridge cultures and worldviews and that our... Read more »
When the U.S. Supreme Court made its first substantive interpretation in 1982 of the main federal special education law, it was careful to say that courts should not impose their own view of education adequacy upon states and districts for children covered by the law.
In that case, Board of Education of the Hendrick Hudson Central School... Read more »
The problem that brought 7th-grader Ethan Herald to pediatric psychologist Katrina Lindsay at Akron Children’s Hospital was a vocal stutter he later named his “echo tic.” Ethan is outgoing and had no trouble with church readings or speaking in front of his class at Northwest Middle School in Canal Fulton. But when he was nervous or excited, the... Read more »