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Monday, July 27
How 'the most violent' special education school ended restraint and seclusion

Twenty years ago, a visitor to Centennial School would have heard a cacophony.

“Banging on doors, yelling, wailing,” said Julie Fogt, the current director of the school. “Adults were loud...

Thursday, July 23
Research by Dr. Lynn Columba Supports Success of First In Math Program

Dr. Lynn Columba, associate professor of Teaching, Learning, and Technology, explored the effects on students’ mathematical development when they engage daily with the First in Math (FIM) online...

Wednesday, July 22
You've Got Email - With 24/7 communications, how can a principal ever catch up?

A principal's time is always in demand, and communication is a major factor in this cycle. About 100 years ago, researchers were studying how dictated letters affected principals' workdays. Today...

Tuesday, July 14
School psychology doc student, Alicia Chunta, Wins APA Division 53 Innovative Research Poster Award

School psychology doctoral student, Alicia Chunta, has won the Innovative Research poster award from the American Psychological Association, Division 53 (Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent...

Tuesday, July 14
COE Faculty and Students Present Virtually at the 2020 Immersive Learning Research Network

Teaching, Learning, and Technology faculty Dr. Alec Bodzin and Dr. Thomas Hammond and program students Junior Araujo and  Jennifer Nestor presented at the 2020 Immersive Learning Research Network...

Tuesday, June 16
Dr. Germán A. Cadenas Joins the Podcast Undocumented Black Girl with Denea Joseph

Dr. Germán A. Cadenas joined in on the popular podcast "The Undocumented Black Girl" with with Denea Joseph. The topic focused on cultural competency in the mental health profession as related to...