Graduation is finally here!May 22, 2017Read more
Congratulations! We are looking forward to celebrating this special occasion with your family and friends. Visit our webpage for last minute reminders on convocation and commencement. Remember, for your convenience, we live-stream the ceremonies.
Bullying’s long term effectsMay 9, 2017Read more
Being kicked or shoved intentionally by a schoolmate, being hurt by constant taunting — such instances of aggression, which psychologists refer to as “peer victimization” — can have lasting, harmful impacts. A new study led by the University of Delaware and involving researchers from universities and hospitals in six states …
Training to Make A Positive ImpactMay 9, 2017Read more
The idea of transitioning into university life can be overwhelming. Excitement and anticipation are accompanied by worries and questions. The University of Delaware’s New Student Orientation (NSO) program, part of Division of Student Life, is designed to help new students and their families feel more comfortable as they take their …
Award Winning ResearchersMay 1, 2017Read more
This spring, four CEHD faculty were recognized for their outstanding research on subjects ranging from child development to school psychology. Eight students were presented awards during the CEHD Steele Symposium.
Upcoming EventsApril 12, 2017Read more
CEHD hosts a number of events each spring, to recognize the achievements of our students and celebrate the end of the academic year. Click here to learn more about the Steele Research Symposium, Celebration of Excellence, CEHD Convocation and CEHD’s Alumni Weekend Reception.
Bookworms improves literacy outcomes in Cecil CountyApril 7, 2017Read more
Bookworms curriculum introduced into Cecil County Public Schools UD professor Sharon Walpole and her colleague, Michael McKenna* developed Bookworms in response to the increased reading and writing expectations in the Common Core State Standards. Bookworms is a free, online, open-source database of reading lesson plans and resources for elementary school teachers …
ECE in GreeceMarch 17, 2017Read more
Senior ECE majors Fiona Tumulty and Lauren Montagna are student teaching at American Community Schools- Athens for twelve weeks. Follow along on their journey.
Leading the field in Teacher EducationMarch 8, 2017Read more
Jim Hiebert, professor, SOE, was presented the Lindsey Award for his distinguished research in teacher education. His team has created a collaborative process proven to improve the curriculum and instructional practices, preparing prospective teachers to teach mathematics.
Assessing effectiveness of PEG Writing softwareMarch 7, 2017Read more
Imagine an elementary classroom where students could write an essay on their computer and receive instant feedback on its organization, word choice and accuracy. They would then be able to correct errors, make revisions and resubmit their essays, allowing their teacher to focus on developing their critical thinking and higher-level writing skills. …
Alumni awards open for nominationMarch 3, 2017Read more
We want to recognize our alumni who make remarkable contributions to their community. Nominate yourself or a colleague for one of our 4 alumni awards, to be presented over Alumni Weekend. Deadline is March 22!