“Teaching is an act of trust, an act of social justice, and a choice."
|Dean Responds to NCTQ Rating of Teacher Education Programs
Professor and Dean Deborah Lowe Vandell
|Awarded 2013 National Academy of Education/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship
Assistant Professor Jeannette Mancilla-Martinez
|Presents at University of Hong Kong: "Investigating the Relationship Between Classroom Discussion, Academic Language, and Civic Engagement"
Assistant Professor Joshua Lawrence
|Research Cited in New York Times: "Affirmative Reaction"
Assistant Professor Thad Domina
|Research Featured in Policy Analysis for California Education: "Improving Elementary Science Instruction Through Professional Development"
Professor Judith Haymore Sandholtz
|Article is 9th Most Downloaded from 2012-2013 Education Researcher: "Are Minority Children Disproportionately Represented in Early Intervention and Early Childhood Education?"
Professor George Farkas
|Appointed to Editorial Board of American Psychological Association Journal Advances in Child and Family Policy and Practice
Professor Joseph Mahoney
|Featured in YouTube Video on How to Teach Students About Writing: "Modeling Your Writing Process"
Associate Professor Rebecca Black
|Receives American Psychological Association Division 27 Early Career Award (Society for Community Research and Action)
Assistant Professor Stephanie Reich
|Doctoral Advisees Katerina Schenke and Cathy Tran's Undergraduate Mentoring Leads to Undergraduates' First Author Presentation at Games+Learning+Society Conference in Madison, Wisconsin
Assistant Professor AnneMarie Conley
|Contributed Chapter 9 in Mathematics Teacher Noticing, Winner of the 2013 Division K Exemplary Research in Teaching and Teacher Education Award: "A Framework for Learning to Notice Student Thinking"
Associate Professor Elizabeth van Es
|Contributed Chapter 10 in Mathematics Teacher Noticing, Winner of the 2013 Division K Exemplary Research in Teaching and Teacher Education Award: "From Teacher Noticing to a Framework for Analyzing and Improving Classroom Lessons"
Associate Professor Rossella Santagata