Ed Leadership Blog: Becoming a Digital Leader, Overnight

Are you a school leader, or do you aspire to be one? Staying up-to-date on news and trends in your field will help you proactively lead schools. Faculty members in the Educational Leadership Studies department at the University of Kentucky College of Education blog about topics to advance your career. … Read More

Q&A: Impacts COVID-19 Will Have on K-12 Education

Amid school closings to help curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, educators are grappling with keeping student learning on track. University of Kentucky faculty who direct the Center for Next Generation Leadership at the UK College of Education provide professional development and support for school leaders as they transform schools to better prepare students … Read More

Teaching Accessibly Online (and enjoying it!)

Blog written by Allison Levine, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Originally published by the American Counseling Association I have been teaching online and using online supplements in my teaching for 5 years now. In fact, I have the privilege of working in the first online rehabilitation counselor education program in the country. … Read More

Advice for Parents: Talking to Kids about COVID-19

By Candice N. Hargons, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Department of Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology In these unprecedented and trying times, most of us are having to manage our own fears and concerns about how we want to live through the COVID-19 pandemic. However, for those of us who are parents, … Read More

EduBlog: Ways to Stay Active and Boost Energy This Summer

By Colleen Cornelius, Doctoral Candidate, School Psychology program Ahhh, summer – the perfect time to sit back, relax, and rejuvenate after a busy school year punctuated with stressful days and long nights of homework and school activities. While it’s certainly relaxing to get caught up on this season’s reality TV … Read More

First Weeks of School Critical for Mapping Out a Successful Year

Whether you’re a teacher, parent, or student, a new school year may seem to have more in common with a marathon than a sprint. However, Thomas Guskey, Professor of Educational Psychology in the UK College of Education’s Department of Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology, raises the point that the first … Read More