Students watch a performance of Shakespeare's "The Tempest" during a past Colorado Shakespeare Festival season

Bringing the Bard online

June 4, 2020

With the Colorado Shakespeare Festival season and camps postponed, staff members have been busy adapting their community resources to a virtual format.

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Coronavirus lays bare inequities in K-12 education

May 18, 2020

Issues in vulnerable communities—including a lack of reliable access to internet or home computers, food and housing insecurity, and digital privacy concerns—have been highlighted by the pandemic.

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School of Education coming together with resources and support for the education community

May 6, 2020

From self-care webinars and remote teaching resources to support for student teachers, the School of Education community is coming together to support and uplift one another. This ever-evolving webpage features just some of the resources and stories of inspiration.

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PhET simulations keep students engaged while learning science remotely

May 5, 2020

CU Boulder’s PhET Interactive Simulations are providing critical support to teachers, students and parents during the COVID-19 pandemic.

CU summer camp participants using a handheld device

CU Boulder summer camps move online

May 5, 2020

Some campus units will be offering virtual science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), pre-collegiate and speech disorder camps for K-12 students this summer.

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Take your pick among educational resources available online

April 3, 2020

Community members can access university library resources, watch research lectures, follow an Arctic expedition, discover Latino history and more, thanks to online resources at CU Boulder.

Build a Better Book project event

Making family game night accessible for all kids

Feb. 14, 2020

Through innovative uses of technology and other materials, the Build a Better Book project at CU Boulder does a whole lot more than create cool books. It challenges young people to design games and books that are fully accessible—and lots of fun.

This hanging cube uses LED lights to give viewers a look at the Aurora Borealis, or northern lights

Fiske exhibits let you visit the sun without burning your feet

Jan. 30, 2020

Fiske Planetarium is debuting two new exhibits designed by students that will give visitors a chance to get up close and personal with Earth's favorite star.

CU Boulder Playback Ensemble rehearses for upcoming workshops in Paonia.

In the hands of these actors, theater builds bridges

Jan. 3, 2020

The CU Boulder Playback Ensemble is helping communities navigate divisive topics through a form of improvisational theater, and heads to Paonia this month.

Presenter gives Ed Talk on stage

Latest Ed Talks videos, stories explore vulnerabilities, re-humanization in education

Dec. 19, 2019

At this fall series hosted by the School of Education, we learned about leaning into the discomfort of learning, re-humanizing education and more. Check out the updated video gallery.

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