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Gainesville Sun — UF/Kids Count video project

Gainesville Sun 5-4-14 UF/Kids Count video project Krista Ruggles is quoted in a story about the COE’s ProTeach program and Kids Count Alachua County developing a project that allows local elementary students to create short videos using stop-motion technology. Ninety-two […]

7-year study aims to boost teaching of state’s English language learners

After $1 million, six years, and data from more than 24,000 elementary school teachers and 72,000 students, three University of Florida education researchers are close to completing a project that could transform the way teachers-in-training prepare to teach Florida schoolchildren […]

COE Outstanding Female Leader is all-star on Gator soccer team, too

Elementary education senior Holly King knows how to be a leader, whether it’s for a classroom of elementary school students or a team of Gator soccer players. Next month, she will receive UF’s Outstanding Female Leader award during her undergraduate […]

Eight education majors named ‘Anderson scholars’

Eight College of Education undergraduates have received a prestigious campus-wide award for academic achievement, and an education faculty member was recognized for his mentorship of several of the honored students. The College of Education student recipients are ProTeach elementary education […]

UF launches $1.5 million effort to restructure teacher-preparation programs

Aided by a $1.5-million federal grant, the University of Florida has announced plans to restructure the College of Education’s special education teacher-preparation program to meet increasingly higher national standards for new teachers. Like many American education colleges, UF is revamping […]