How improving emergency management for IDD community will help all-
Recent research by Dr. Laura Stough, an IDD scholar in the Department of Education Psychology at Texas A&M University, points out the flaws of crisis management for the IDD community and shows where there is room to improve.
What to know about returning to school in the fall under new public health guidelines-
New guidance from public health officials sets guidelines for students and teachers return to school in the Fall.
Counseling and Assessment Clinic answers call to serve during pandemic-
As life came to a screeching halt due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Counseling and Assessment Clinic at Texas A&M University, and its team of faculty supervisors and graduate student clinicians, did not relent in providing services to the Brazos Valley.
Testing the impact of stress on a child’s obesity risk-
Research shows some children may be more vulnerable or reactive to stress and anxiety and be at a higher risk for stress-induced eating and obesity.
Texas A&M faculty aid in COVID-19 vaccine distribution-
Faculty in the College of Education and Human Development are administering and aiding in the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines this spring.
aggieTERM keeps Aggie teachers in the classroom-
In the last week of September, faculty brought in more than $23 million in grants to support various research projects across the college.
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 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.
Should you send your child back to the classroom?-
We spoke with Dr. Quinita Ogletree, a lecturer in the Department of Teaching, Learning and Culture, about how these changes could impact children and families. As an education expert and mother, Ogletree understands both sides of the debate.
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Helping children understand COVID-19 with new book-
The book, titled There’s No Monster Outside: It’s a Virus, tells the story of a young boy who hears about the Coronavirus on the news. Through asking his parents questions, he learns more about the virus and how he can stay safe.
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International research continues online during COVID-19-
When the COVID-19 pandemic started in China, Dr. Fuhui Tong, professor and associate director of CRDLLA, did not want that research to stop.
Supporting Teachers in the Face of COVID-19 through Virtual Professional Learning Communities-
During COVID-19, the Education Leadership Research Center has been working to increase collaboration between coaches, mentors, and educators virtually.
CEHD faculty develop online video resources for parents-
Dr. Kay Wijekumar, professor and director of the Center for Urban School Partnerships in the Department of Teaching, Learning and Culture, established a series of online videos for students.
Best practices for online teaching amid COVID-19-
With minimal notice, face-to-face classes were forced to move to online formats in schools and universities across the country due to COVID-19. Online education experts Dr. Christine Mark and Dr. Jere Liu offer best practices and tips for instructors to make their online courses more successful.
Education Abroad plans halted by COVID-19-
Dr. Monica Vasquez Neshyba, clinical assistant professor in TLAC, spent the first part of this semester working with her students on an Education Abroad trip to Italy.
Q&A: Integrating physical activity into distance education-
In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, online lessons and homeschooling are the new normal in education. How does physical activity fit into this new mode of learning?
The field of Special Education’s struggles amid a pandemic-
School districts are trying to identify ways to support children with disabilities outside of the classroom.
How is COVID-19 impacting Career and Technical Education?-
CTE programs specialize in the skilled trades, applied sciences, modern technologies and career preparation. They provide students with a hands-on curriculum that prepares them for a wide range of careers.
The new frontier: K-12 education policy amid COVID-19-
In this unprecedented time of school closures and stay-at-home orders due to the coronavirus, schools are grappling with how to transition to distance learning. Educational policy expert Dr. Daniel Bowen explains how this is affecting the education landscape.
How COVID-19 affects older adults and how they can protect themselves-
People aged 65 or older are considered high-risk for severe illness from COVID-19, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Experts in our Center for Translational Research in Aging and Longevity, Dr. Nicolaas Deutz and Dr. Marielle Engelen, offer answers and recommendations for older adults during the current pandemic.
Educational resources for your children-
Faculty in the College of Education and Human Development are working to gather resources for students to stay academically engaged.
Talking to your children about COVID-19-
Dr. Krystal Simmons, clinical associate professor in the Department of Educational Psychology, studies school psychology and counseling. We spoke with her for advice on how to speak with your children during a public crisis such as COVID-19.
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