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Can a Teacher Be Too Dedicated?November 13, 2014Read more
James Cavanagh is 22 years old, fresh out of the University of Delaware. With his degree in elementary education, he could have gotten a job anywhere—and he chose to teach at one of the most demanding public schools in America.
Student volunteers from UD buildOn chapter construct schoolhouse in NicaraguaNovember 13, 2014Read more
For University of Delaware student Katlin Sullivan, a volunteer trip to Nicaragua was “by far the most amazing experience of her life.” For one week, she and 12 other UD students helped to build a primary school in a small community near Matagalpa. Sul …
Artfest gives expression to people of all abilitiesOctober 28, 2014Read more
For people with disabilities who lack fine motor skills, the simple act of drawing or painting can be challenging. But on Saturday, a group of University of Delaware students were there to help them bridge the gap.
Education professor uses SMART Slates, Google Docs to better prepare studentsOctober 10, 2014Read more
Sharon Walpole, a professor in the University of Delaware School of Education, has been turning heads and impressing students with the technology she’s using in her classroom. In August 2012, Walpole received a UD Transformation Grant, a grant program …
Early Learning Center celebrates 10th anniversarySeptember 22, 2014Read more
On Sept. 12, the ELC held an anniversary celebration attended by more than 300 children, family, staff and friends. Guests were treated to a sing-along with the ELC children and a ceremony honoring the visionaries who helped to make the center a reality.
Education students learn mentoring skills at Wilmington centersSeptember 5, 2014Read more
Every semester, approximately 80 UD elementary teacher education students begin their first experience service learning by mentoring at the Latin American Community Center (LACC) or the Fraim Boys and Girls Club.
Grad Student Emily Sklar leads marvelous science campAugust 25, 2014Read more
Anyone can be a scientist, science can be lots of fun and — to the surprise and delight of most of the children who participated in the 2014 University of Delaware Marvelous Microbes Camp — science can be easy. Those were the key messages that Emily Sk …
Undergraduate Research SymposiumAugust 20, 2014Read more
Congratulations to all of the presenters from CEHD at Undergraduate Research and Service Learning Celebratory Symposium on August 14. Below are the topics of their presentations. Many presenters were part of a group of people working on the projects. …
See How We Make a DifferenceAugust 20, 2014Read more
To illustrate the many ways we make a difference in the community, we created an infographic highlighting how our dedicated faculty prepare students to become well-educated professionals–through rigorous coursework and hands-on training–ready to succeed in their chosen fields.
ECE student attends special education conference in IrelandAugust 20, 2014Read more
When Rebecca Vitelli’s mentor Myae Han, University of Delaware associate professor of human development and family studies, suggested she attend the international conference of the Association for the Study of Play and the American Association for the …