Tag Education

Teaching and Learning Symposium focuses on transforming education

May 15, 2014

The 2014 Teaching & Learning Symposium, a two-day event taking place May 19-20 at Union South, will focus on “Transforming Education” as this year’s theme.

College admission conundrum?

April 23, 2014

As college admissions letters crisscross the country, we wonder about standardized testing. Do the SAT and ACT accurately anticipate college success? Are they essential gauges of a student’s potential and ability?

Countdown to kindergarten: Graue offers tips for starting school

August 13, 2013

As a parent, one day you’re changing diapers and struggling to function due to a lack of sleep. And the next thing you know, you awaken from the haze to realize your little baby is ready to march off to school for that first year of formal education.

Professor helps ‘Sesame Street’ reach children of imprisoned parents

June 12, 2013

For the past two years, psychologist Julie Poehlmann’s worked as an advisor for “Sesame Street” on developing materials that will help children with incarcerated parents and the people who are taking care of them.