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  • Roberta Golinkoff and Colleagues Develop LearnNow.org Website

    April 7, 2013

    LearnNow.org was developed as a joint effort by UD researcher Roberta Golinkoff and collaborators from Johns Hopkins Medicine Brain Science Institute; Temple University; Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education; the Families and Work Institute …

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  • Bill Lewis Works with Students on a Workshop Presented at the Festival of Words

    March 22, 2013

    Ten University of Delaware English education students presented an interactive workshop at the 13th annual Festival of Words held March 9 at Appoquinimink High School in Middletown. These EDUC/ENGL 403 students, from the colleges of Education and Human …

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  • Economics Education doctoral student featured

    March 22, 2013

    Traditionally, professionals and scholars in economic education have been trained in either economics or education, with little or no formal training in the other area. The need for financial literacy is growing, and so is the demand for professionals …

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  • Alumni Bring Chinese Immersion Program to Delaware

    March 15, 2013

    This school year, 100 kindergarteners attending the J. Ralph McIlvaine Early Childhood Center in Magnolia, Delaware entered the state’s only Chinese language immersion program. The program was successfully launched thanks to the efforts of several Univ …

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  • SOE Graduate Program Ranked 37th by US News & World Report

    March 14, 2013

    The 2014 edition of U.S. News and World Report’s Best Graduate Schools, released March 12, ranks several schools and programs at the University of Delaware in the upper echelon among academic institutions. See the full story on UD Daily and a summary o …

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  • Hampel Pens Opinion Piece About Extracurricular Activities

    March 1, 2013

    Advanced placement English? No thanks. Calculus? Maybe in college. When I as in high school, I avoided the hardest courses so I could devote more time to my favorite extracurricular activities. I wasn’t just having fun in the late afternoon. I learned …

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  • Joan Buttram and Bob Hampel Explain What to Consider When Choosing a High School

    December 15, 2012

    High schools have a tall order to fill today, says Joan Buttram, director of the Delaware Education Research and Development Center and School of Education assistant professor at the University of Delaware. We are educating many more kids than a genera …

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  • Rachel Karchmer-Klein Teaches Educators How to Read and Write in a New Way

    November 12, 2012

    Rachel Karchmer-Klein, an associate professor in the University of Delaware’s School of Education, is teaching future educators to read and write multimodal texts, which includes everything from literature on a Kindle or iPad to information on a websit …

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  • Roberta Golinkoff Offers Parenting Advice

    November 1, 2012

    Welcome to parenting in the 21st century!  Everyone we know owns an iPod, watches podcasts, reads blogs and can’t wait to get an iPad or high-definition TV. So it makes sense that the technological wonders that we experience as adults should surely cat …

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  • Elementary Teacher Education Major Amber Beaman Awarded Hearst Scholarship

    October 1, 2012

    For some students, going to college is an accepted rite of passage. For Amber Beaman, ETE ‘13, growing up in Eastside, Wilmington, it was a dream to become a first generation college student. Fortunately, as a student at Newark High School, she learned …

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