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    • 06
    • Mar
https://soundcloud.com/uk-research-media/researching-grading-to-improve-education Thomas Guskey is a professor of educational psychology in the UK College of Education. His research focuses on the way teachers grade and how they report that information to parents. “The grading practices used in most schools today are really steeped in tradition. They are, in many cases, the longest held traditions operating in the schools today,” Guskey said. “There's probably...
    • 15
    • Feb
The College of Education Department of Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology’s Social Justice Scholarship Series will bring J Mase III, a black/trans/queer poet, to campus to give a talk on, “How I Survived the Gay Rights Movement as a Trans Person of Color.” It will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017 in the Taylor...
    • 15
    • Feb
On December 16, 2016, counseling psychology doctoral student Blanka Angyal, M.A., Ed.M., was interviewed on WRFL 88.2 FM Radio Free Lexington and spoke about the  Social Justice Advocacy Group (SJAG) founded by EDP students, why we should care about diversity, activism on campus, selection of a new VP of Institutional Diversity (the importance of this role).  Another example of EDP...
    • 01
    • Feb
Lexington Police Officer Ichiro Vance and Sarah Fraser-Jones, an autism advocate, talk with Paige Charles, an individual with autism, as Tassie, a therapy dog, looks on. A University of Kentucky student is teaming with local police to provide education about interacting with individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Abbey Love is an educational psychology doctoral student in the UK College...