Building Solidarity and Collaboration Amongst BIPOC Educators: Critically Engaging Interracial Tensions in Times of Anti-Blackness and Anti-Asian Hate”
This project seeks to address some of the gaps on educational equity, interracial tensions, and other social justice issues within North Carolina teacher education. As part of the Project for Critical Research, Pedagogy & Praxis (PCRP), this project focuses on critical dialogue and participatory action research (PAR), as strategies to build more humanizing engagement and […]
Dr. Edna Tan (TEHE) recipient of the 2022 AERA Division K Award
The award recognizes Dr. Calabrese Barton and Dr. Tan for their work to reframe research on STEM teaching and teacher education and its implications for practice in both classrooms and communities.
Spartans’ Words on Oscar-Nominated ‘CODA’
Many UNCG students, faculty, and alumni who most closely relate to the film are likely from the Professions in Deafness program – soon to be known as Interpreters, Deaf Education, and Advocacy in fall 2022.
Spirituality and Religion in Counseling | podcast conversations with CED faculty and alumni
In this engaging and lively conversation, CED alumni Dr. Craig Cashwell and Dr. J. Scott Young discuss how to address the diversity of opinions and practices related to spirituality/religion and the role of the counselor in bringing mindful engagement to the range of client presentations in relation to this topic.
Dr. Wayne Journell (TEHE) shares how the pandemic should change the way we teach
Dr. Wayne Journell (TEHE) was recently interviewed by UNCG about his recent publication and perspective on how the pandemic has affected the way we should teach. See below an insert from that interview and check out the full write-up, available from this UNCG News Article. Once we get back to a post-pandemic “new normal,” are we going to […]