Sandra Chafouleas, a professor of educational psychology at the University of Connecticut, says seclusion and restraint can cause increased post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms and start a cycle of escalation and learned helplessness.
All across the country, social and political tensions continue to boil on college campuses. Some believe that we, as students and as American citizens, are more divided than ever. Some say there is no hope to reconcile differences. I disagree, and I believe that the answer may exist outside of the United States entirely.
Professors Joseph Renzulli and Sally Reis from the Neag School of Education developed an interactive online system that provides a personalized learning environment for students. The tool helps to increase engagement and support higher academic performance. The Renzulli Learning System is the culmination of years of research centered on how personalized instruction can inspire learning and improve educational outcomes.
The Washington Central School Board has selected a middle school principal from Connecticut to serve as its next superintendent. Bryan Olkowski was picked for the job.
University of Connecticut assistant professor Stephen Slota encourages teachers to not only pick and glean from DMs, but from the wider design universe at large, whether video games, gardening or architecture. “Don’t reinvent the wheel,” said Slota. “If a design strategy exists and has been used in another realm but not yours, repurpose it – with appropriate attribution, of course. No one will worry that it’s been done before as long as the design works.”
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The great commitment of educational innovation in Galicia has a name: SEMGal, and it has been officially presented this Friday in Santiago with three exceptional witnesses, the creators of the theory on which the program is based and who have come from the University of Connecticut to train Galician teachers.
Glenn Mitoma, the director of the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center and an assistant professor with a joint appointment in the Human Rights Institute and the Neag School of Education, said UConn has done a particularly poor job of retaining faculty of color over the years.