School of Education

Congrats to the BK:ISED program for being ranked #41

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UNC Greensboro has some of the best online degree programs in the nation, according to the U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 Best Online Programs rankings released Tuesday, Jan. 25.  The Birth Through Kindergarten: Interdisciplinary Studies in Education and Development (BK:ISED) MEd program at UNC Greensboro is ranked No. 41 out of 321 in … Continued

4th Annual Diversity in Language and Culture Conference | February 12th

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The Diversity in Language and Culture Conference (DLCC) brings together educators, students, faculty, staff, and other community members to explore issues that are relevant and pressing related to education. Each conference includes a keynote speaker, breakout session options, and a closing remarks/Q&A time. In this year’s 4th annual conference, Dr. … Continued

Dr. Sonia Archer-Capuzzo (LIS) publishes book on heavy metal

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“Metaldata,” released last year, is a unique bibliography of heavy metal resources. The volume, co-authored by UNCG’s Dr. Guy Capuzzo and Dr. Sonia Archer-Capuzzo (LIS), will help music librarians build collections of resources, and help researchers in numerous fields. Read more from the UNCG Research & Engagement Spotlight, UNCG Research … Continued

Trauma Goes to School

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Mental health issues are on the rise among all ages. A new School of Education academy provides trauma-informed training to schools and our community. Last year, Arionna Wilkerson was part of the first cohort of UNC Greensboro master’s students placed in Rockingham County Schools to increase trauma-awareness. Now she works … Continued

NCA-STAR releases 5th episode of Trauma Connections podcast

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The Department of Counseling and Educational Development’s North Carolina Academy of Stress Trauma and Resilience (NCA-STAR) has published their 5th episode of Trauma Connections podcast. Do you find yourself at the beginning of 2022 headed toward burnout? This episode focuses on empathy and compassion and how understanding the difference can … Continued

Dr. Jon Henner (SES) receives 2022 Early Career Publication Award

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Congratulations to Dr. Jon Henner!  He has been selected to receive the 2022 Early Career Publication Award of the Special Interest Group for Research in Mathematics Education. This award is for his publication which was written with fellow faculty member Dr. Claudia Pagliaro, “Counting Differently: Assessing Mathematics Achievement of Signing … Continued