From the dean
Gearing up to help Latino students succeed

The School of Education is building capacity to help teachers in North Carolina and beyond better serve the rapidly growing number of Latino students in our schools. ... [Read more]

SOE Profiles: Civil, Lane and Mojica

We have short video profiles of three of our new faculty members: Marta Civil, Kathleen Lane and Gemma Mojica. Visit the School's YouTube channel to learn more about them and their work. [View here]

Photo album: 2011 Alumni Awards Luncheon

See the photos from the 2011 Alumni Awards Luncheon held at the Carolina Inn on Sept. 24. See the honorees, their families, faculty, alumni and other friends in our Facebook photo album! [Photo album]

 

LEARN NC holding Nov. 7 online conference,
launches new blog called 'The Well'
LEARN NC logo

LEARN NC is holding its annual Fall Interactive Conference on Nov. 7 for teachers. LEARN NC also has launched a new blog, called "The Well," which shares Carolina research that can help teachers with their instruction. [Read more]


Alumni News
Learning with LEARN NC
From The Well: Helping struggling adolescent readers

Working with struggling readers, Leigh A. Hall, associate professor of literacy studies at the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Education, has found that it’s important to recognize all students want to improve their reading skills. By helping struggling readers change the way they see and describe themselves as readers goes a long way in motivating them, Hall has found. … [Read more]

From The Well: Employing self-regulated learning in the classroom

Jeffrey Greene, assistant professor of educational psychology at the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Education, shares tips on how to put self-regulated learning to work in a classroom. … [Read more]

From The Well: Don’t be afraid to play

Janice L. Anderson teaches elementary education science courses in the School of Education. She says recent research has found that using video games as a learning tool can promote higher-order thinking, increase the positivity of a learning environment, and decrease achievement gaps. She’s got some tips on how put video games to work for students. … [Read more]

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You can stay in closer contact with the happenings at the School of Education by following us on Facebook. We publish a weekly newsletter there, telling of faculty, student and alumni news. 'Like' us Facebook today! … [SOE on Facebook]