Michele Moses has been appointed as the new president elect for the Philosophy of Education Society and will serve as president for 2022-2023. The Philosophy of Education Society (PES) is an international forum that promotes the philosophic treatment of educational practice, policy and research, advances the quality of teaching the...
A new study led by CU Boulder's Mimi Engel has taken one of the most in-depth looks yet at a typical day-in-the-life of a kindergarten student. The team’s results suggest that kids attending schools serving low-income communities in a large urban area seem to spend their class time differently than students from wealthier backgrounds.
At the CU Boulder School of Education, we are excited to announce Noreen Naseem Rodríguez, our newest faculty member who joins our community of educators and learners. Meet her below, and please join us in welcoming her to our school and community.
Just before Denver's Pride weekend, the team behind an innovative effort to make classrooms safer for LGBTQ youth discusses how schools shape what people think is normal. A Queer Endeavor and a talented group of graduate students and faculty from the School of Education, will host their third Educator Institute for Equity and Justice in July.
Education researchers are increasingly seeing the COVID-19 pandemic as an opportunity to rethink how we teach kids in the United States, making school curricula more relevant to the lives of young people.
Led by School of Education Professor William Penuel, the project team will develop three full-year courses in high school biology, chemistry and physics, with Earth and space sciences integrated throughout. The team hopes that the effort will help to ensure that all students, and especially those from groups traditionally underrepresented in the sciences, can have access to a high-quality science education.
In “Public Influence Rankings” released Jan. 6, two members of the CU Boulder School of Education faculty were recognized as among the nation’s top 200 researchers whose scholarship bridges academic and public audiences. Professors Kevin Welner and Bill Penuel were listed among national Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings.
As challenging as this year has been, we have a lot to celebrate as 2020 comes to a close and 2021 begins. Here are just some of our top highlights from the CU Boulder School of Education's year, and we look forward to new possibilities in the coming year. We officially moved into the renovated Fleming building, adapted learning and working environments for safety, recommitted to justice, and more.
William Penuel has been named Distinguished Professor, which recognizes faculty members’ outstanding contributions to their academic disciplines and is the highest honor for faculty bestowed by the University of Colorado. Penuel is an influential scholar in the learning sciences, whose work is reimagining educational research and curricula design.
The latest issue of the CU Boulder School of Education's magazine, Voices, centers wellness through stories of mindfulness in the classroom, powerful community schools, hip-hop and youth learning, poetry to engage educators, and more. Check it out.