EduGator Insider – February 2019 – COE News
  • EduGator Insider

    February 2019

Together, we are No. 1

Whether we are serving students from the desks of our lecture halls or virtually from the comfort of their homes, we strive to provide the most enriching student experience to all.

Elyse Hambacher

Elyse Hambacher named emerging scholar by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Hambacher’s research focuses on teaching and learning in high-poverty and urban schools and exploring social justice in the context of education.

Exceptional Children

Exceptional Children honors two COE faculty for impactful contributions

Patricia Snyder and Nicholas Gage were awarded Reviewer of the Year by Exceptional Children, the nation’s most respected scholarly journal in special education.

David Honeyman

A dear friend to many

It is with great sadness that we share the loss of Emeritus Professor in Higher Education, David S. Honeyman, Jr.

Mark Koorland

A lifetime of dedicated service

It is with a heavy heart we share the loss of triple Gator Mark A. Koorland. 

UF Online named top five by U.S. News and World Report

UF jumped seven spots to top five best online bachelor programs in the nation — UF College of Education stakes claim as No. 1 online graduate education program.

A report card showing a 70% grade.

When report cards go out on Fridays, child abuse increases on Saturdays, study finds

Anita Zucker Center assistant research scientist Melissa Bright found when Florida public schools distribute report cards on Fridays, there is a fourfold increase in confirmed child abuse reports on the following Saturdays. 

A person in a school hallway.

When school choice means school’s choice

Isaac McFarlin, assistant professor of education and economics, released a new study examining the school choice process.