Lessons in Motherhood and Teaching

Lessons in Motherhood and Teaching

Having a son midway through her degree helped Lindsey Palm learn to roll with the punches — a skill that ...
Amanda Lannan

Soon-to-be Triple Knight Becomes National Science Foundation Fellow

Future exceptional education graduate student currently a National Science Foundation CADRE fellow ...
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Future STEM Teachers Will Shape Their Own Preparation Programs

A National Science Foundation grant will explore the impact of a professional development framework in preparing prospective secondary mathematics teachers ...
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UCF Investigates Artificial Intelligence to Help Children Teach Coding to Classmates While Learning Social Skills

A $2.5 million grant aims to help students with autism spectrum disorder and other conditions be more aware of their ...
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UCF Helps Launch 1st Nationwide Technology Support Center for Higher Education Faculty

UCF, University of Kansas and the Center for Applied Special Technology will oversee the 24/7 resource to help professors better ...
UCF Patents Virtual Technology that Uses Biometric Sensors in New Way to Help People Conquer Fear and Anxiety Disorders

UCF Patents Virtual Technology that Uses Biometric Sensors in New Way to Help People Conquer Fear and Anxiety Disorders

Lisa Dieker and the Center for Research in Education Simulation Technology recently received two patents, one of which aims to ...
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New Study Explores Effectiveness of Using Robots to Teach STEM Lessons, Communication Skills

UCF is working with other universities on Department of Education project to help children with autism spectrum disorder through innovative ...
Alumni Giving Back to Future Teachers

Alumni Giving Back to Future Teachers

The last thing Karlie Braddy '20 expected when she joined UCF's elementary education program was to graduate in the middle ...
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UCF Offers Individualized Coaching to Improve Organization and Focus

Undergraduate students who need help with organization, planning or memory can participate in coaching sessions at the Toni Jennings Exceptional ...
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Exceptional Education Doctoral Graduate to Prepare Future Teachers

Whitney Hanley will graduate with her doctorate in exceptional education and head to Iowa to become an assistant professor ...
UCF Exceptional Education Faculty Lisa Dieker and Rebecca Hines

UCF Exceptional Education Faculty Launch Podcast to Offer Tips to Teachers

Lisa Dieker and Rebecca Hines share over 50 years of experience in exceptional education. Now they also share a podcast ...
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UCF Alumni: Teachers on Teaching

The first week of May is Teacher Appreciation Week, and we want to celebrate the hard work and dedication of ...
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New Program Helps Students to Work With Children With Special Needs

The graduate certificate program will start this summer as a partnership between the College of Community Innovation and Education and ...
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Funding Opportunities Available for Special Education Preparation

These three projects help current and aspiring special education teachers advance their knowledge and skills and improve the learning outcomes ...
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STEP Supports Freshman Teacher Candidates

Freshman education majors find community as they transition to the classroom ...
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