Faculty in the Neag School of Education are frequent authors of articles, chapters, and books sharing their expertise, with publications as varied as their research specialties. In an effort to further share this information, here are highlights from a selection of three recent books published this past fall by Neag School faculty members.
Neag School’s Rachel Hill ’17 (ED) is one of the premier soccer forwards in the country. The sport management student leads the UConn women’s soccer team in scoring and was on the U.S. U-20 National Team in 2014.
Arguments in school are not always appropriate and thus not always encouraged. But some math teachers in Manchester are insisting that their students thoughtfully and deliberately construct arguments as they analyze and defend their classwork.
On Saturday, April 25, 15 students from the UCAPP Preparing Leaders for Urban Schools (PLUS) and the cohorts in the Department of Educational Leadership gathered at the Neag School’s Gentry Building to present the change projects they led as interns during the 2014-15 academic year. Each project exemplifies the students’ efforts to spearhead change to improve outcomes for students in schools across the state of Connecticut.