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    Reading instruction

    July 29, 2022

    Teaching children to read is complex, and there are different approaches to teaching literacy, with some methods focusing on phonics and others focusing more heavily on language comprehension. Research has shown, however, that the most effective instruction includes explicit instruction in both.

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  • The student award winners with dean Gary T. Henry at CEHD's 2022 Steele Symposium.

    Steele Symposium Celebrates Student Research

    May 9, 2022

    On April 29, the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) hosted the annual Marion H. Steele Symposium to share and celebrate the innovative research of its undergraduate and graduate students in education, human development and related discip …

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  • I Heart UD Giving Day

    May 2, 2022

    I Heart UD Giving Day May 4, 2022 I Heart UD Giving Day is an opportunity for the UD community to collectively support faculty, staff and student-led causes, programs and initiatives that matter most to them. Together, the UD community can make a lasti …

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  • Launching LASER

    September 29, 2021

    As a high school student in Spokane, Washington, Amanda Reed viewed standardized tests the way a lot of high school students view them — as a drag. A bummer. A tedious, if necessary, step toward graduation. “They were annoying,” she said. “But I never …

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  • UD teacher residents accept teaching positions in Red Clay Consolidated School District during its Teacher Signing Day. From left to right: Krissy Najera (director of DCTE), Jamie Bailey (director of UD’s Teacher Residency program), Mariela Lomeli, Alexa Cruz, Meghan Purcell (UD residents), Governor John Carney, CEHD dean Gary T. Henry, Meghan Salter, Claire Bennett, and Clark Scott (UD residents).

    Resident Teacher Success

    September 14, 2021

    In light of the national shortage of teachers in kindergarten through 12th grade, many universities with teacher preparation programs are seeking creative ways to encourage more undergraduates to pursue teaching as a career. The University of Delaware, …

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  • Bilingual Special Education

    August 12, 2021

    Editor’s note: This Q&A is one of a series of articles exploring the research University of Delaware students have been pursuing. Though COVID-19 continues to shape some plans, students still can participate in hundreds of remarkable projects, in-p …

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  • Commencement 2020

    June 2, 2021

    The University of Delaware honored graduates of the Class of 2020 — yes, 2020 — on Sunday, May 30, 2021, to cap a glorious Commencement Weekend designed to recognize academic achievement during the global coronavirus pandemic. Throughout the 15-month p …

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  • Commencement 2021

    June 2, 2021

    The University of Delaware celebrated hundreds of graduates on Saturday, May 29, the second of two days of Commencement ceremonies for the Class of 2021 that are designed to honor academic achievement during a global coronavirus pandemic. In the mornin …

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  • UD’s Undergraduate Work-study Program on a Roll

    April 7, 2021

    You might expect to find a 2-year-old undergraduate work-study program under layers of rubble these days, what with all the restrictions because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. But despite the unprecedented upheaval and what must have often see …

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  • University of Delaware AERA Participants

    April 6, 2021

    Each year, the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting is the world’s largest gathering of education researchers and a showcase for groundbreadking, innovative studies in an array of areas. Join us this year virtually, April 8-12, 2021 …

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