Triple Gator Krista Ruggles (B.A. ‘98, M.Ed. ‘99, PH.D. ‘16) recently received a Faculty Excellence Award at Utah Valley University. The faculty who receive this award have demonstrated their support for UVU’s mission of student success through exceptional teaching as well as demonstrated excellence in scholarship and service.
labellebrittanyhttps://education.ufl.edu/news/files/2019/07/News-1-300x65.pnglabellebrittany2019-03-19 17:28:052019-08-06 13:37:37School of Teaching and Learning professor receives faculty doctoral mentoring award
Maria Coady, Irving and Rose Fien Endowed Professor of Education and associate professor of ESOL (English Speakers of Other Languages) and bilingual education, has established the first statewide repository for bilingual education in the country and has revitalized the Florida Association for Bilingual Education (FABE).
labellebrittanyhttps://education.ufl.edu/news/files/2019/07/News-1-300x65.pnglabellebrittany2019-03-18 16:33:572019-08-06 13:38:25Irving and Rose Fien Endowed Professor works to rebuild Florida as a national leader in bilingual education
The College of Education continues to earn recognition as the best graduate education college in the state and stands as No. 15 among the nation’s top public colleges of education, according to U.S. News & World Report’s annual rankings of America’s Best Graduate Education Schools. Two academic programs were recognized in the top-10, Counselor Education (No. 3) and Special Education (No. 7), and two programs gained positions in the top-20, Elementary Education (No. 16) and Curriculum & Instruction (No. 18).
labellebrittanyhttps://education.ufl.edu/news/files/2019/07/News-1-300x65.pnglabellebrittany2019-03-12 19:08:472019-08-06 13:21:49UF College of Education ranks among the nation’s best graduate education schools
As a responsive innovation center dedicated to working in the community with others to create equitable education systems, it is imperative to understand the needs and realities of those we seek to serve.
Counselor education alumna Emi Lenes (Ph.D. ‘18) has established a course title “Multicultural Mindfulness,” which will be internationalized and offered to UF students in fall 2019. Current counselor education graduate student Caleb Chambliss recently delivered a TEDx Talk titled “Representation: The Purpose of Your Story.”
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. To support the growing pursuit of online learning, our instructional designers have collaborated with faculty using the latest research in online pedagogy and web-based teaching to ensure the quality of face-to-face instruction translates to the online format.
Hillsborough County named Jake Van Hise, Unified Elementary ProTeach alumni ‘13, a top-five finalist for Teacher of the Year. Van Hise serves as a fourth grade teacher at Gorrie Elementary School in Tampa, Florida.
https://education.ufl.edu/news/files/2011/04/2011-Stdt-Award-winners_2814.jpg26333949labellebrittanyhttps://education.ufl.edu/news/files/2019/07/News-1-300x65.pnglabellebrittany2019-02-12 17:36:582019-08-06 13:40:56Elyse Hambacher Named Emerging Scholar by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education
Patricia Snyder, director of the Anita Zucker Center for Excellence in Early Childhood Studies, and Nicholas Gage, assistant professor of special education, were awarded Reviewer of the Year by Exceptional Children, the nation’s most respected scholarly journal in special education.
labellebrittanyhttps://education.ufl.edu/news/files/2019/07/News-1-300x65.pnglabellebrittany2019-01-31 14:05:492019-08-06 13:41:15Exceptional Children honors two COE faculty for impactful contributions