On April 24, CEHD is hosting the 30th Annual Steele Symposium at Embassy Suites. Sponsored by the Steele family, honoring Marion Steele, this event provides students an opportunity to showcase their research through paper or poster presentations.
Lynn Okagaki, CEHD dean, will serve as interim deputy provost for academic affairs, following the departure of Nancy Brickhouse on July 1. Carol Vukelich, CEHD deputy dean and director of DCTE, will hold the position of interim dean.
UD faculty and students in CEHD and the College of Engineering collaborated to create kits for middle and high school classrooms to teach science and math through real-world STEM applications.
Actually, our bunny's name is Claude Monet, and he's a therapy rabbit at UD's Lab Preschool/The College School. Read how Claude helps soothe anxiety, sparks creativity and provides a safe outlet for children to express their feelings.
The University of Delaware ASPIRE program held a panel discussion featuring alumni on Wednesday, March 11, with the Brandywine School District’s Dorrell Green telling audience members that “it’s not always easy, but it is enjoyable, being able to change and impact lives.”
Prof. Martha Buell and Associate Prof. Rena Hallam were invited by Salzburg Global Seminar organizers to attend as national early childhood development experts.
Laura Morris, LPS teacher, and Jennifer Gallo-Fox, HDFS assistant professor, worked with students in UD’s early childhood education class to created an engaging social studies curriculum at the Laboratory Preschool by developing an 18-foot model of Main Street. This project was designed to help PreK/K students understand the concept of community
CEHD will hold its annual Convocation ceremony on Friday, May 29, 2015, at 1:00 pm at the Bob Carpenter Center, and personally recognize each degree candidate.
Prof. Bahira Trask was invited to present on cultural diversity and families at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, and decided to bring three UD students along with varied life experiences, hoping to generate a productive discussion.
UD grad Emily Sklar hoped to instill a love of science in the youngsters who participated in the Marvelous Microbes camp. This is just one of the programs that helped UD earn the Community Engagement classification from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.