Technology’s Impact On Learning A Foreign Language-
100 fourth and fifth grade, English-speaking students, participated in two groups – one with E-flashcards and one with traditional paper flashcards. The objective was to learn 20 new Chinese words during each lesson.
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ICYMI: Video From The Voices Of Impact Speaker Series-
Inspired by the popular TED talks, speakers engaged attendees in five-minute presentations featuring one slide. Each presentation touched on a variety of engaging topics related to our everyday lives.
Teachers: Undervalued But Incredibly Valuable-
A research team decided to work on changing the negative narrative surrounding teachers. They focused on the stories of impact from the students interviewed during the research process.
Closing The Branding Gap Between Male And Female Athletes-
On Forbes’ list of the world’s highest paid athletes, not a single female athlete made the cut. Why is that? Recent research from the Department of Health and Kinesiology in the College of Education and Human Development aims to demystify why female athletes do not stack up to their male counterparts in building profitable personal brands.
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