Audio feedback in literacy intervention-
Asynchronous audio feedback is spoken feedback that is recorded. In McKeown’s research, the feedback is systematic, specific to a given writing genre and encourages teachers to recognize positives as well as areas of growth.2
A Ripple Effect-
Recently, Tom and Lynda established the Curl-Bowers Endowed Scholarship in the Department of Teaching, Learning and Culture in the College of Education and Human Development at Texas A&M University.
The state of adult education in the age of COVID-19-
Like most fields, adult education has been put to the test with the onslaught of the coronavirus pandemic.
Aggie Homework Helpline launches for P-12 students-
The goal is to connect Texas families and school district partners with Aggie tutors who are committed to improving learning outcomes for P-12 students.
How to keep students physically active online or in-person-
September is National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month. Dr. Hildi Nicksic, health education expert, said childhood obesity is an ongoing problem that has not been caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, but exacerbated by circumstances surrounding it.
How is COVID-19 impacting education?-
COVID-19 is changing the face of education. Educators and students across the country are working to accommodate to socially distanced and virtual school while also supporting their student’s fears and concerns.
Dr. Cynthia Riccio retires after 23 years-
After 23 years in the Department of Educational Psychology, Dr. Cynthia Riccio is retiring.
Archive for September, 2020
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