Educational Equity Audits 

  The Educational Equity Audit process uses multiple methods (surveys, focus groups, policy analysis) to assist schools and districts with the identification of institutional policies and procedures that result in disparate and discriminatory impacts on students’ educational opportunity and experience.  As part of this research, Gregory Vincent, J.D., Ed.D., Professor, … Read More

Beyond Play: A New Perspective on Gaming

Can gaming make kids smarter? A new undergraduate class planned for Fall 2021 will explore how gaming – from digital to board games – can be applied in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education. SEM 343 – Gaming in STEM Education is for a wide range of students, whether … Read More

Enhance Your Spring 2021 Semester with Face-to-Face Courses

Interested in face-to-face courses? The College of Education has a number of traditional in-person as well as hybrid offerings for the Spring 2021 semester, including several engaging fitness-focused courses to contribute to a healthy lifestyle as you begin the new year. The list below is a sampling of courses offered … Read More

Nov. 11 Applied Research Talk

The Community of Applied Research and Evaluation (CARE) will host Shannon Sampson, Ph.D., and Kelly Bradley, Ph.D., as they feature their work in a talk: Creating a Structurally Sound Instrument by Utilizing Principles of Measurement Theory 2:30-4 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 11 They will discuss the origins and principles of measurement … Read More

Associate Dean Seeks to Break Through Barriers With 1st Handbook of STEM Education Research

University of Kentucky College of Education Professor and Associate Dean Margaret Mohr-Schroeder has dedicated her career, in part, to breaking down silos. For more than a decade, Mohr-Schroeder has worked to remove barriers in order to facilitate authentic, hands-on educational opportunities for students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, collectively known as STEM. … Read More

Undergraduate Research Opportunity With Pay, Apply By May 22

Undergraduate students interested in working as a STEM Education research fellow have just a few more days to apply. The application deadline is Friday, May 22. Molly Fisher, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of STEM Education, was awarded a three-year renewal of a $378,159 Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) … Read More

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