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Faculty receive $8M grant for rural literacy and science education-
Researchers with Project VICTORY – Virtually-Infused Collaborations for Teaching and Learning Opportunities for Rural Youth – will explore the impact of virtual and face-to-face teaching and learning with a literacy-infused science curriculum.2
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.
Science in Silence: Teaching DHH Students-
While DHH students face many of the same struggles in school, especially in science, there are some challenges that impact DHH students more. One of those challenges is language deficiencies and delays. More than 90% of deaf children are born to hearing parents and nearly 75% of those parents never learn to sign.
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.
Dr. Carol Stuessy Retiring After 27 Years-
After spending 27 years with the College of Education and Human Development, Dr. Carol Stuessy is ready to find out who she is again, without being a professor 24/7.
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Faculty Testing Intervention To Break Down Barriers In Science Education-
Hoping to break down barriers for English language learners and low socio-economic status students, professors in the Department of Educational Psychology at Texas A&M University developed a literacy-integrated science intervention, funded by the National Science Foundation.
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