Voices News (The Neag School is partnering with Region 14 for seven-day, hands-on learning program)
Hartford Courant (Neag School alum Cynthia Callahan joins Langford Elementary as principal)
Students currently earning state certification to become science teachers as part of the Teacher Certification Program for College Graduates (TCPCG) at UConn’s Neag School of Education will have their first school-based practice teaching experience thanks to a partnership with Norwich Free Academy.
If you’ve passed through Wilton High School’s music program in the past 35 years, then chances are you have your own unforgettable Chip Gawle story.
It may be summer but an educational partnership is so exciting to both Region 14 and UConn’s Neag School of Education that they couldn’t wait to get started.
While the number of global learning opportunities for current Neag School students continues to expand, the School will now be offering yet another type of internationally based program — one designed to serve practicing school principals based in the Middle Eastern country of Jordan.
After graduating, magna cum laude, with a bachelor’s degree in both History and Political Science from the University of Connecticut, Robert Stevenson felt driven to become a teacher. So he went and got his master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction, also from UConn. And the teaching profession has taken him not just across the state of Connecticut but halfway across the globe to the country of Cyprus, where he taught history, social studies and computers at the American International School.
Replication of scientific findings has been a cornerstone of validating research for generations, yet it happens so infrequently that many have claimed science is in a replication crisis. A University of Kansas special education professor has co-authored — with the Neag School’s Michael Coyne — a study on replication, its effects on the field and students, and suggests a more dynamic approach to research could help address the paucity of replication.
The UConn Chapter of PDK is pleased to announce that this year’s recipient of the Dr. Virginia J. Grzymkowski Scholarship is Ms. Kathleen M. Williamson, a doctoral student in Educational Psychology at the University of Connecticut.
Congratulations to our Neag School alumni, faculty, staff, and students on their latest accomplishments inside and outside the classroom.