Curriculum & Instruction News

Tia Madkins Receives Grant to Develop a Large-scale Survey Examining Learning Environments and Racialized Beliefs

Dec. 14, 2022

Survey of secondary math teachers explores beliefs related to minoritized students and inclusive teaching practices.

Centering Equity within an Elementary Science Curriculum: Q&A with María González-Howard and Cathery Yeh

Nov. 30, 2022

College of Education faculty members help develop free, high-quality, K-5 science curriculum and professional learning materials through OpenSciEd Elementary.

Language and Literacy in the Amazon: Q&A with Dr. Desirée Pallais-Downing

Oct. 12, 2022

Desirée Pallais-Downing is part of a two-person faculty team that received a 2022-23 President’s Award for Global Learning. We sat down with Dr. Pallais to learn more about the team’s research and what inspires her.

Recent Charles Butt Scholar Alumni Reflect on The Challenges of Teaching Last Year

July 21, 2021

Featuring Gabriela Coelho, B.A. and B.S. '20, Ana Arrreaga, B.S. '20, and Bailey Glenn, B.S. '19