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Delta Autism Project is the Focus of New Short Takes Video
The Project trains teachers in the Helena-West Helena region on curriculum for children with autism, closing the gap in services.
U of A Professor, Fulbright Scholar Vicki Collet Visits Japan to Investigate Lesson Study
University of Arkansas professor Vicki Collet has spent the last month in Japan learning about Lesson Study, the country's system for supporting teachers' professional learning.
U of A Faculty Receive Grant to Create Summer Institute for K-12 Educators
The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded $160,000 for an Arkansas summer institute on adaptation and arts integration.
UAteach Grad Helps Students Love High School Math and Computer Programming
Kailee Kyger finds perseverance to be one of the best teachers and brings that passion for accomplishment to the students she teaches.
University of Arkansas Spring Literacy Camp Registration Open
The camp is open to kindergarteners through sixth-graders.
University of Arkansas ARTeacher Fellowship Program Accepting 2020 Applications
The fellowship provides secondary teachers with an intensive course of training and development focused on using arts-based strategies in the English, science or social studies classroom. Apply by Feb. 10.
U of A Graduate Student Claire Sanchez Helps Teens Who Have Been Abused, Incarcerated
Claire Sanchez, a graduate student in the teacher preparation program, juggles student teaching, dog-training and work with troubled juvenile students as she finishes a graduate degree.
Doctoral Student Julie Workman Wins Research-in-Progress Award at MSERA Conference
Workman's dissertation examines the disproportionate rate of student disciplinary actions against African American students compared to white students in rural schools in Southeast Arkansas.
Public Invited to Meet Children's Author Michael Shoulders on U of A Campus Nov. 16
Michael Shoulders will give two presentations for students Saturday morning and sign books from 10-10:30 a.m. at the Graduate Education Building Auditorium.
Chancellor's Commission on Women Presents 'Women as Change Makers' Tonight
The panel discussion with Margaret Clark, Gloria Flores Passmore, Toby Klein and Jeannie Whayne will be at 6 tonight, Oct. 29, in Giffels Auditorium. Professor Janine Parry will moderate.