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Book by Joey Lee and Jessica Hammer Cited in Wired Story about new interactivity in the classroom and one of its results, the "gamification" of education.
Ernest Morrell, installed as President-elect of his field's leading professional organization, challenges English teachers nationwide to "reevaluate what we do, how we do it, and why it is all still necessary".
Researchers led by Carol Ewing Garber and John Allegrante find that more than 7.5 hours of exercise per week is associated with an increase in depression and anxiety
TC's Xiaodong Lin will lead a $2.5 million study, funded by the National Science Foundation, that will teach kids that Einstein struggled, too -- and that the brain can change if you work hard
Baker, a datamining expert and Visiting Associate Professor in the Department of Human Development, is collaborating on a computerized "tutor" with Neil Heffernan at Worcester (Mass.) Polytechnic.
A study by TC's Judith Scott-Clayton and Olga Rodriguez found that, while remedial course are ineffective as college preparation, they can help students unlikely to get far in college.
Sue, who has explored the impact of micro-aggressions against racial and ethnic minorities, says most micro-aggressions are not imagined, but real, and they can do real damage.
A major conference at TC lays out a vision for equipping new teachers to use the growing body of scientific knowledge about how people learn.
A report on Time.com from The Hechinger Report about lack of school readiness in the only state in the South that doesn't fund preschool
Yoshie Tomozumi Nakamura (Ed.D. '10) and faculty member Lyle Yorks are honored by the Academy of Human Resource Development